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[POLL] HTC One Series extended batteries: Yes or No

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Default [POLL] HTC One Series extended batteries: Yes or No

There is a Poll concerning HTC One Series extended batteries issue: YES or NO
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1602623
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Would be interesting to discuss this issue, please take a poll
 
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was wondering the same thing. how the hell can we use an extended battery on one series

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wondering how to change this battery?
 
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Was my biggest worry with buying this phone, would be awesome to be able to finally upgrade the battery
 
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Default Battery Packs

There are 3000+ mAh battery packs available that have a short cable to plug into the micro usb port. While quite small, not really something you'd consider to be a daily driver. They generally cost around $25 US.

I've even seen 10,000mAh battery packs
 
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Was my biggest worry with buying this phone, would be awesome to be able to finally upgrade the battery
with the right rom and power tweaks, I've found the battery to be sufficient. I text often, make numerous voice calls, read the news, some social media and other random apps daily. Lasts me from wake to sleep with no problems
 
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I purchased a Unicharge 5600 mah external battery for 20 dollars off Amazon. Works well for whenever I need some extra battery. I can usually get about 7-8 hours from my One V (Airplane mode but with Wi-Fi enabled and with moderate camera use).
 
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I purchased a Unicharge 5600 mah external battery for 20 dollars off Amazon. Works well for whenever I need some extra battery. I can usually get about 7-8 hours from my One V (Airplane mode but with Wi-Fi enabled and with moderate camera use).
Can u send me a link or image or something

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