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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by lopezbnj, Jun 22, 2010.

  1. lopezbnj

    lopezbnj Well-Known Member
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  2. THEFORCE

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    you should just get a spare battery
     
  3. sitlet

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    Yep, you can get spare batteries on ebay for less than 5 bucks.
     
  4. camdz

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    OEM HTC batteries? Ive seen them as low as 10 used, and about 15 new. I have a few off brand batteries from my Hero that work in a pinch but they dont last quite as long. Id pick up a few OEM batteries to replace them if I could find some for $5.
     
  5. sitlet

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    Well the 5 dollar non-oem batteries will give you more juice than that emergency charger. I was reading one of the threads about ebay batteries, and most people are saying they are as good, if not better, than the oem battery.
     
  6. camdz

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    Just speaking from experience the two off brand batteries I have didnt last as long in my HERO. They are by no means garbage though. They just might be at 20% at the end of my day instead of 30-40%. I know a lot depends on usage, and my tests arent science but I could see the pattern.

    I agree with you though they are still a great option, and much better than the emergency charger. They will still get me through a full day which is all that I would need.
     
  7. lopezbnj

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    For spare battery, any sellers for suggestion?
     
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    those spare batteries and battery charger are perfect....you can have one battery on you while one is in your phone and the other is charging
     
  11. n0really

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    I wouldn't mind an emergency charger. Well, for me it would be a mobile charger. I have a spare battery, but I dont think the clips on my case will last that long if I continue changing the battery every day.

    I've used the Solio as an emergency charger. That took about 3 minutes for every 1 percentage point so I returned it. Sprint has a portable charger for almost 40% less the cost of the Solio. The only difference: no solar charging.
     
  12. THEFORCE

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    you could alwayz get a new back for it either from sprint or ebay....sprint might give uu one for free if they have any and yours is broke
     
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  14. Rdot9

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    the 1500mAh batteries fit inside the OEM casing?
     
  15. neoshi

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    Our standard battery is 1500mAh
     
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