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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sjeffers, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. sjeffers

    sjeffers Newbie
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    Anyone having luck finding a case that fits this phone with an extended battery? I tried the otterbox defender and it was extremely tight.
     



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  2. Kod1ak

    Kod1ak Newbie

    I ordered the Seidio Active case. I have heard that the extended battery does in fact work with it. It should arrive in the next couple days. When it arrives, I will provide an update.
     
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  3. GreyMouser

    GreyMouser Newbie

    I had no issue with the Defender with my Extended battery. Perfect fit.
     
  4. BubbaNexus

    BubbaNexus Android Enthusiast

    i couldn't find a case that fit with the extended battery. my solution was to return the extended battery since it made no difference in battery life and get the standard battery with the external charger.
     
  5. CaptainRon

    CaptainRon Android Expert

    The Diztronic TPU case fits with the extended battery perfectly. Less than $10 with free shipping.
     
  6. case mate pop works with extended battery.
     
  7. daddyd302

    daddyd302 Android Enthusiast

    To all the people that have the Defender, is the top part tight? Mines not on tight, I can squeeze it tight but it won't stay tight. The middle and bottom are tight but the top part, even though it's shut, I can still squeeze it tighter. I'm keeping it for now, but I'm mostly gonna replace it with something a bit smaller.
     
  8. crankerchick

    crankerchick Android Enthusiast

    I also am using the Ditztronic case with the extended battery. The case fits fine, but the volume buttons aren't cut out so the case tends to hit the buttons for you when you don't want it too, and also makes it a little awkward trying to press them yourself. I had this happen with both the standard and extended batteries, so it's not the battery but the case itself. Plenty of other people had this complaint and last I heard, Ditztronic was going to cut the volume buttons out on future cases and provide replacements.

    In any event, 5 minutes with a razor blade solves that problem anyway.
     
  9. youngdoc

    youngdoc Well-Known Member

    I took the same approach. Reports that the extended battery only provides slightly longer life than the stock battery lead me to just buy a second stock battery (with charger), because I knew I wouldn't get through the day on just one battery whether extended or stock. That makes all cases available, which simplifies the process of selecting a case.
     

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