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Accessories just got my Seidio Innocell 3500 mAh...a few questions

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JimKnuckles, Aug 4, 2010.

  1. JimKnuckles

    JimKnuckles Well-Known Member
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    Hi all

    Just put the battery in. It's at 57% life left. Should I run the battery all the way down? Or give it a full charge now?

    For you that have this battery...how many charging cycles till I get the full capacity going?
     

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  2. JimKnuckles

    JimKnuckles Well-Known Member
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    I contacted seidio online support and they said the battery should be fully charged. Then run it all the way down and fully charge 5 - 6 times
     
  3. mssuses

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    Thank you Jim I've never used a site like this before I was so pleased you gave me the answer I needed so promptly now it's on the charger, say for the next 8 hours. Don't know what I will do with my pretty cases but the battery came in such a nice packet I can use it to store my old battery and back safely . Maybe when I have some spare time I will switch out batteries and put a half charge on the little one battery to store it.
    :)
     
  4. intelwild

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    I have two Seidio Innocell batteries, never use the stock one anymore. I have the external charger that came with one of the batteries so I just use one, and charge the other and when I need to I switch them out. I always have a full charge extended battery ready to go. On a full charge they average 24 hrs w/heavy use and 48 hours with light use. To me this make the phone everything it should be. The stock battery was always a joke. I never have to worry about plugging it in or looking for a place to charge it. Yea, my EVO is a little thicker and heavier but I love it....don't think I could ever go to an I-phone if I wanted because I am so used to the extended batteries. If and when I get another Android ....Samsung Galaxy Epic 4g touch or the new Samsung Nexus/Prime droid then I will have to buy extended batteries for them too!
     
  5. Rigmaster

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    Don't run the batteries down to 0%. Run them down to 10% and then recharge. I simply charge overnight.
     
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