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General Touch Pro 2 battery works in the Incredible

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ImJuztJ, Apr 29, 2010.

  1. ImJuztJ

    ImJuztJ New Member
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    My DI just arrived so i powered off my TP2 and said what the hell let me see if this batt fits

    And what do you know its a perfect match
     

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  2. sic4672

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    that's awesome, I'm totally switching batteries with my wife when she's not looking. ;)
     
  3. mister_tu

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    Touch Pro 2 = 1340 mAh

    Incredible = 1300 mAh

    Doesn't look like you'll get too much more juice out of it...but everything last drop counts, right?
     
  4. sic4672

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    I thought the tp2 was 1500 mah?
     
  5. cygone

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    i just put in my 1750 mah extended battery for the htc touch pro 2 from seidio and it works. thanks for the great tip!!!

    the extended battery by the way is the same exact size as the regular battery. same form factor
     
  6. MrGoodCat

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    i thought it was too. at least i had one for a little while, but honestly never checked. with my tp2 i could 3 days of charge, with very light use. i highly doubt that will be the case with the incredible. i have a feeling i will actually want to play with android, unlike winmo where i dreaded having to use it, haha.

    i have also heard imagio and eris batteries work as well.
     
  7. Primate

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    TP2 is 1500. The battery has it labled on it.
     
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  9. Eloquence

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    I have that battery already -- I'll let you know how long the battery life lasts over the next week or so with various tests. It's already in my Incredible as we speak!

    Elo
     
  10. Primate

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    I just ordered the 1750 and DFN10 is expired.

    ***EDIT*** Just noticed it didn't work becasue I was not past the $50 limit for rthe coupon :(
     
  11. iamrobk

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    Ah, this is pretty awesome since I have a TP2. The battery is still pretty good, so I guess I'll keep it around to swap in and out.
     
  12. crashdogy

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  13. darkfiber

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    A guy in the other battery thread said about 35% more.
     
  14. crashdogy

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    cool thanks
     
  15. mister_tu

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    Sorry I gave the wrong info, I was getting it off the HTC site.
     
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  17. bagged00

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    so the tp2 1750 battery works and still lets the back cover close nicely correct?
     
  18. Eloquence

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    That's correct. That's what I am using in my incredible right now. See some of my other posts for my tests on battery life earlier today.

    -Elo
     
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  20. Skyfox16

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    Now i just have to decide whether to get this amazon 1750 battery for $40 or wait for verizons 2150 battery that is $60 - 25% discount = $45 :-/

    cant decide if i want more juice but then have a bigger battery/back cover or just take the 1750 thats the same size as the stock battery and use the same back cover
     
  21. merx

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  22. The Antagonist

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    They've already released it...1750 mAh. A 3500 mAh is coming in the future.
     
  23. merx

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    oh Right on man. i am assuming the 3500 will need a new cover which I do not want to get.
     
  24. FierceDeityLink1

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    Yeah, and to make it worse, if Seido is actually only 80% of their rated capacity like some say, then getting a real 1500 mAh TP2 battery might be a better buy at only ~$20.
     
  25. kitesteez

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    or two tp2 1500 mAh batteries and battery dock for 13.99 shipping included...suhweet

    did the same thing for my tp1 and it never did me wrong...batteries were better than oem.

    check the E bay
     

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