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26th December 2011, 07:32 AM |#61  
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I have bought and received the battery now. Seems fine, but I will need more time to really notice any difference. Aslo, my stock battery kept my phone running for 40 hours on a single charge (phone is running on CM7 based ROM, stock ROM never lasted that long, 20 hours max).

40 really? I'm lucky if mY phone
Survives for 10 hours: in a single charge, using cm7.1.0 stable
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26th December 2011, 08:52 AM |#62  
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40 really? I'm lucky if mY phone
Survives for 10 hours: in a single charge, using cm7.1.0 stable
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cm 7.1.0 stable is old built.
try using newest CM 7.2.0-RC
26th December 2011, 11:21 AM |#63  
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Hello!

A while ago (around end of August) I bought an Andida battery that claims to have 1980mAh and I felt it gives me marginal better/longer battery life - so far so good.

After last update to the latest uv-ironkrnL-mod(version from 23rd of Dec) by vodonka (see my sig) I changed back to the stock battery (fully loaded in external charger and wiped battery stats - of course) and got SODs - especially when activating/deactivating Bluetooth and/or wlan but also out of the blue... I tried it for 2 battery cycles - but I got SOD - very annoying.
After changing back to the Andida battery didn't have SOD/BSOD or end call issues again - it seems the battery gives me more stable voltage - I assume...

And it gets less hot than the stock battery while charging - meaning to the touch - not the not working/not existing temp sensor of the Andida battery of course...

So for less than US$10 including free worldwide shipping(from obostore) - this isn't a bad deal...
28th December 2011, 12:02 PM |#64  
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cm 7.1.0 stable is old built.
try using newest CM 7.2.0-RC

ye sir!

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11th January 2012, 02:06 PM |#65  
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where did you find the 7.2 RC for the O2x?
can you send me a link per PM?

EDIT: Already found it (temasek's right?)
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23rd January 2012, 11:22 PM |#66  
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bought this 2 months ago from an ebay seller with a lot of good feedback but item never arrived.
25th January 2012, 07:56 AM |#67  
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miina_tokiha : I clicked on your images in your signature, and a pop up box comes up with a misleading 'X Close' button on it... which leads you to a porn site. recommend you use a different file service.
27th February 2012, 07:28 AM |#68  
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I've been using it since mid of November 2011. So far no problem found.

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27th February 2012, 01:21 PM |#69  
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Does it last more than stock?
28th February 2012, 06:23 AM |#70  
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I'm using it right now, it seem not much (or no) difference.
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