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3030mah Battery for XT890

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14th August 2014, 10:58 AM   |  #1  
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Dear all,

it is easy to find proposal for 3030mah batteries on web.

I check in the forum but I do not find review/comment about the satisfaction to integrate such batteries.

I wonder if one of you guys did try to integrate such battery?

Is it really bringing obvious advantage and is it easy to put in place?

Take care all,

Laurent
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14th August 2014, 03:14 PM   |  #2  
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My battery is starting to get fat, but I'm too scared to disassemble the phone.

Has anyone had success replacing their batteries?


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14th August 2014, 05:02 PM   |  #3  
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No problem to disassemble it. First screws around screen, after that screws and tapes on motherboard and just tear out battery. If You can do it carefully You can even put back old battery.
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18th August 2014, 09:42 AM   |  #4  
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Yes, very easy to disassemble. To make you comfortable with it, you go go on youtube. There are different video very clear about the procedure.

Seems the 3030mah battery does not wake up lots of interest.... I keep curious about it.
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it's chinese.not better than the original.i've seen a lot of them....don't waste ur money.to maximize the battery life of the razr i just root,bebloat and greenify all the apps that you dnt use...mine lasts 2 days with data always on...
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it's chinese.not better than the original.i've seen a lot of them....don't waste ur money.to maximize the battery life of the razr i just root,bebloat and greenify all the apps that you dnt use...mine lasts 2 days with data always on...

yeah. I guess there is no miracle and if people would be able to put 3030mah in a battery sizing 2000mah, we would probably already know.

Anyway, I did like you say. I rooted and put Omar Rom(July 16). So far, I am very suprised by the stability and the efficiency of this rom.
I saw two small defects that I can not report as no access yet to the developer chat room.

Then today, thanks to your update I discover greenify. Looks perfect and no ads in.

Thanks !
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