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[Review] Droid X2 3800mAh Extended Battery+Cover w/Log and Pictures *Updated 11/03

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25th December 2011, 12:33 AM   |  #31  
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Now thats a big battery. but for the amount of power that your are getting and it provides; the size look ok. I may give it a try. Nice review!
10th January 2012, 11:37 AM   |  #32  
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I may have to get this at some point wifes battery has been draining fast. Need to look through her phone and see whats up. But I've wanted a extended battery since day one.
25th March 2012, 01:40 AM   |  #33  
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was about to post a whole new thread, asking EXACTLY what you have here... VERY informative, and must say that your hard work makes things a LOT easier for me Thanks!

1 Question though: Any cases that you know of that will fit with this extended battery/cover?
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28th March 2012, 03:02 AM   |  #34  
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was about to post a whole new thread, asking EXACTLY what you have here... VERY informative, and must say that your hard work makes things a LOT easier for me Thanks!

1 Question though: Any cases that you know of that will fit with this extended battery/cover?

The Trident elektra. I've had it on mine for the past 3 months and love it. It's tough as rocks, and I feel like I could literally toss this across the room without even worrying about the safety of my phone.
2nd April 2012, 01:53 AM   |  #35  
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Thanks for the review. Great job.
What do you think of getting this battery to work in the operational method I use for the bh6x now: I use no battery door & retain the battery with the tightness of the OtterBox Inpact rubber only case. I really like the convenience when having to change these often. My guess is it would fall out. Thanks. Waiting to hear your response.
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Thanks for the review. Great job.
I use no battery door & retain the battery with the tightness of the OtterBox Inpact rubber only case. I really like the convenience when having to change these often. My guess is it would fall out. Thanks. Waiting to hear your response.

I was about to ask a similar question as well. Do you think I would be able to squeeze an Impact case around a battery that fat??
23rd April 2012, 04:35 AM   |  #37  
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What is a good way to charge this battery? I've read that with extended batteries of this size I'm supposed to charge it to 100% with the phone on and then shut it off and continue to charge that way until the led comes on. I've tried that but the led never comes on even after 3 hours. Also, after you charge the battery what is the voltage normally at? Mine is about 4.1V

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Just plug it in and leave it plugged in overnight, full is 4.200 when your battery gets old it will start to vary as high as 4.250 but that takes a while

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26th May 2012, 07:14 PM   |  #39  
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Nice review. I am thinking about getting one
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It's a great battery. I don't worry about it dying throughout the day. Only bad thing about it is that the phone doesn't know the exact battery levels.

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