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Droid razr maxx conversion kits now on sale!

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Are they going to give my old parts back??
 
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All of the sudden I got excited about it and remembered that in a month I can get a free new smartphone. HAHA
how? Are you magic?

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I'll wait for some more time to pass to see if this works correctly, if any more/better kits come along, etc. etc. , I am in no rush to get one as my stock battery works just fine as is now. However if they come up with a proven conversion kit that works and has no problems i'll happily buy the bigger battery.

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anyone tryed?
is it easy to change battery?
 
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anyone tryed?
is it easy to change battery?
It is piece of cake to change the battery but they are darn expensive.

I paid $300 for my razr and now to sell out $100 more..... that is ridiculous.

But I really want a better battery life.
 
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When are these shipping? Or have they started already?

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Upgrading phones can get expensive.....damn android updates
 
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I don't believe that they have done anything yet with the kits.

I myself and trying to figure out what I want to do since you really need to send in your phone or not? I guess it depends on warranty as well, may have to send them in in order to keep it active.
 
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You no longer need to send the phone in .
They have a disclaimer that holds them harmless if you screw it up.
 
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Anyone tried and succeeded?

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I don't understand the point of shelling out 100+ dollars with a chance of killing your phone. You can buy an external battery for around 20 bux at monoprice and it can be use to charge your tablet, phone or anything that take the mini/micro usb charge.

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