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Old November 12th, 2012, 07:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default did anybody get an extended battery for the warp

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I ordered the neewer extended battery from amazon and I am curious who else has the extended battery and if so how is its performance..
I also read about the copper tape/sticker that is located on the battery door stock is there for signal boost..I also heard that radio shack sells the copper whatever it is and I can put it on the extended battery door...

Can I get some feedback please...

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Old November 12th, 2012, 10:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I got a 2100 mah one, it helped and gives a few more hours, it also fits under the stock battery cover
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Old November 13th, 2012, 08:14 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I purchased the 3800 mah battery. A dramatic improvement over stock battery.

I cut some aluminum foil to shape and taped it inside the larger back case. I did not want to risk damaging the tape on original case. I have not been able to tell how much the foil it effects the phone or if it is really necessary . It may also be just as important as to where you are located.
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Old November 15th, 2012, 08:37 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have the 4200mah battery. With heavy use use i can get a litttle more then 24 hours out of the battery. The battery and case add a lot the the thickness of the phone but it feel ok in the hand. I found the battery and case online for $10 so it was def worth it for me.
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I just purchased a 3800mah battery for the warp on ebay. I was wondering if I could get all day usage out of it and if anyone has been able to find a case that'll cover the front and back of the phone with the battery attached.
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not sure if its allowed or not but i got this battery Extended Battery With Battery Cover For ZTE Warp / ZTE N860 - ZTE Batteries i was wondering if Im supposed to get a different recharging power adapter for it
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No the stock charger can handle it... it does take longer to charge tho...
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I also purchased the 3800 one. Its a great buy on Ebay, I think I paid like 20 bucks. I just drained it completely about 3 or 4 times and now is in good sync with the battery monitor. I went from about 3 to 4 hours max on calls to about 7 - 10 hrs now with every thing turned on. I tried the new back first with out the foil and after about a month moved the foil from the old back to the new one. I could not tell any signal diffrence at all. Just heat up the old foil with a hair dryer for a few min and it easly pull out without ripping.
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I got the 4000 Mah battery and cover for $7.00 online. Love it! Phone can last almost 48 he's. A little bulkier, but you sacrifice beauty for power. And as much as I flash , test & run.... III needed it
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I got the 4000 Mah battery and cover for $7.00 online. Love it! Phone can last almost 48 he's. A little bulkier, but you sacrifice beauty for power. And as much as I flash , test & run.... III needed it
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