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Mbuynow 6400mAh battery - worth it?

10th April 2014, 09:27 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by tomorio

Don't know but this might work mate.

Battery Calibration

Needs root permissions pal

What I'll do is a factory reset. This way there are no apps and the phone is at a stock level. Plus the battery stats will have reset too. Give us a few days and I'll be happy to review it
11th April 2014, 03:28 AM |#12  
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Originally Posted by WhaleTrain

Apologies if this has been asked millions of times before but are these expandable batteries worth the price and will it give me a big increase in battery life?

Specifically, I'm looking at the Mbuynow 6400mAh battery for my S4. The price seems fair but with all these third party batteries, are they what they say they are? I've heard good things about Mbuynow but wanted to be sure. Has anybody bought this specific or a chinese similar 6400mAh battery and have seen an increase in battery life?

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I want to buy This One , But maybe My Alumunium Case can't working
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21st April 2014, 06:57 AM |#13  
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Originally Posted by cooling2014

It's really cheap.

there are the another choice with warranted quality. you can try.

case power bank s4

That looks like a good option for those who want extra power but not so much added bulk. Anyway anyone tried it yet or going to try it? Another one that would be worth hearing about.
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