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Xperia T 0% battery switches on and off {Resolved}

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23rd May 2014, 11:57 PM   |  #11  
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does that charger charge the battery of xperia t? because the battery is not the usual, it is different,pls reply thanks

Well, as long as you can disconnect your battery terminals from your phone, and connect their negative and positive poles properly to the charger, it will charge almost any battery. I have a similar one (not that exact same one) with which I've charged all types of batteries; depending on the mAh, it will take different amounts of time, depending also on the battery capacity. All you have to do is move the charger pins to fit the type of battery you're trying to charge.
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Well, as long as you can disconnect your battery terminals from your phone, and connect their negative and positive poles properly to the charger, it will charge almost any battery. I have a similar one (not that exact same one) with which I've charged all types of batteries; depending on the mAh, it will take different amounts of time, depending also on the battery capacity. All you have to do is move the charger pins to fit the type of battery you're trying to charge.

so that should charge the battery?
24th May 2014, 12:26 AM   |  #13  
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does that charger charge the battery of xperia t? because the battery is not the usual, it is different,pls reply thanks

All I did was connect the battery cable lead to the other phone. Not the whole battery it self.
24th May 2014, 03:27 AM   |  #14  
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so that should charge the battery?

I don't see why not, as long as the leads are connected correctly to the positive and negative poles.
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I had that problem yesterday, I solved just opening the back cover and unplugging the internal battery for 2 minutes: when replugged, it started charging normally.
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