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Fake samsung galaxy s3 i9300 what type of battery blew UP!!!!!!

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  1. keejskate1

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    i have this fake Samsung galaxy s3 i got it for 20 dollars i knew the usb port was broke so i can not charge it. i played with it a little until the battery went dead i don't want to spend a lot of money getting the usb port fix. so i decided to just buy a stand along wall charger just for the battery. But since this battery is bigger then all the other samsung phones i used i need to know which charger to buy. The battery i have is a 3.7 Li-ion 9.25Wh 1800mAh its a little wider and just a little taller then the samsung sgh-i897 battery

    which other samsung phone runs by this battery



    ALL I NEED TO KNOW IS WHICH CHARGER TO BUY
    amazon OR ANY WEBSITE I CAN PURCHASE A CHARGER FROM
     

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  2. chanchan05

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    Fake phones don't have original Samsung batteries so you can't compare. Even using an original charger can blow a battery up if it's output is just too much for the battery to handle, or if the battery doesn't have the safety features the original batteries have to prevent overcharging.
     
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    I doubt youll find a generic charger to fit the battery but if youre confident with electricity you could probably "bodge" one together (cant think of another word lol) but obviously do so at your own risk :)
     
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    Yeh, you can buy generic phone battery chargers, usually they have adjustable sliding contacts on them, to accommodate various batteries. Read and follow the instructions very carefully, and use at your own risk. :) :beer:
     
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    Ahh yeah, one with sliding contacts so u can align them with the battery contacts is what u want.
    Please dont burn your house down for the sake of a crap 20quid phone though man :screwy:
     
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