Gonna try it ASAP , when i get home. I'll try my best to keep the original battery cover. I think its possible to keep the cover working ( including the WiFi antenna) I think u can carve away some of the plastic to free the antenna, then its possible to take away small layers of the cover till the battery fits in. After that u can tape antenna back in place. If that's not working, ill try soldering a copper cable as suggested some posts ago and cutting it till u reach best performance. Will update on my experience.
I don't know if anyone is still following this topic, the battery still works really well, but I have big problem with the Bluetooth and Wi-Fi reception.
I followed all instructions for creating an antenna with aluminum foil, around the length of normal antenna and I attached it at the external one of the golden pins to make connection.
Unfortunately no difference in signal.
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does anyone found a solution for 15% issue
i just bought en Anker Battery
and it seems it discharging faster than stock battery
around 6pm it block at 15% until my phone switch off, about 2 or 3h later
HTC has been quite good about releasing expedient Android system … more
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