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HTC hd7 battery 1930 mAh

15th July 2011, 04:37 PM |#21  
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well I'll report back once I get the battery

I have also ordered a fresh battery cover so I can modify if needed....

Looking at the pictures though, it looks like it's the same size as the normal one..... we'll find out soon.....
 
 
22nd July 2011, 11:54 PM |#22  
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http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...ht_1796wt_1139

This is the latest one
24th July 2011, 01:52 PM |#23  
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The 3500mah ones are unfortunately the bigger ones, needing a new case.

Though I notice there's been interest in the 1500mah version, not much more has been mentioned about the 1930mah version of the battery.

As I'm not allowed to post links yet you'll unfortunately have to search ebay for "hd7 1930" for a couple of examples

Are these just mislabelled? Or would they just run too hot?
My stock Wildfire S with GPS enabled genuinely worries me as it is...
26th July 2011, 03:39 PM |#24  
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got my 3500mah battery yesterday in the post.

Yes it is double the thickness so if I flip the battery so the contacts line up, they don't actually touch the contacts on the phone. However this hasn't deterred me from carefully dismantling the battery and make a new battery housing with the contacts in the correct position.

As for the battery cover, well, I got my spare Wildfire S battery cover, and gradually trimmed a battery sized hole in the back. I have got plans for making it smoother and more streamlined but it's just ready at the moment.

End result: HTC Wildfire S with at least 2.5x the original battery capacity (picture attached.

Cost me all of 6 (with free P&P), about 5 minutes cutting time, and a partially sliced finger where the blade slipped......
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26th July 2011, 06:57 PM |#25  
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Oh my, that's just horrible. And I wager the capacity of your so called 3500mAh battery is far from the advertised value

But it's your phone, so all the power to you!
26th July 2011, 08:23 PM |#26  
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gone into the Test Menu (*#*#4636#*#*) and looked at the battery data.

Battery voltage reads 3633mV.

Don't read too much into the picture above....it is only a rough WIP at the moment.
28th July 2011, 08:52 PM |#27  
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Yo

So anyone fully tested 1930 or 1500 mah can give results?
29th July 2011, 07:41 AM |#28  
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I can give results with my 3500 battery. 36 hours so far with normal usage and only a single charge. Still got 75% juice left.
31st July 2011, 12:40 PM |#29  
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What about the batteries with less capacity then? The 1500 and 1930? Any feedback from anyone have been using one of those?
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Helloo 1500- 1930mah users any info about battery life?
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