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288gb Note 2 N7102 with an 9300 mAh battery

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18th April 2013, 01:29 AM   |  #1  
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My phone became a tank!

This is what I've created, using:
- http://samsung.com/cn/consumer/mobil...GT-N7102RWDCHN
- http://linitx.com/viewproduct.php?prodid=11922
- http://www.lexar.com/products/lexar-...dxc-uhs-i-card
- ZeroLemon 9300 mAh battery.

The ZeroLemon case is perfect, it envelopes the phone perfectly with a gigantic SD card inside, everything fits.



The case is nice and soft, yet hardshell, allowing the card to fit inside.



There is a slight bulge on the back of the phone, where the SD card resides.


The phone is a power beast now. Best device ever!


The battery lasts forever.

Now my phone has 32+256 GB internal memory - one word: awesome, best device ever. The card works flawlessly with the adapter, no problems using it.

Best thing: dual SIM.

The is the best convergence device ever, and now a killer beast of a phone: 288gb, music, movies, everything - no limits!

Overclocked with Tegrak, I built the GNU C library, running full GNU tools on the phone, native compilation - a beast!
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original mod:

- http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/8500mAh-E...ht_1870wt_1037

With the N7102, which I got through yoybuy.com from China, I got a plastic cover for the regular size phone. Came in handy, had to cut the back, Click image for larger version

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18th April 2013, 01:38 AM   |  #2  
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I'd have a bash with a standard 128GB SD Card buy that 256GB card is a crazy price lol
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18th April 2013, 02:35 AM   |  #3  
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Wow, that is a nice set up! But that card is ridiculously expensive. Could you share how you are going to use the memory? I was also going to suggest the 9300mah battery from zerolemon, but it does not look like it would work with the memory card.

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18th April 2013, 03:07 AM   |  #4  
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Wait, you spent $1,000 to buy 256GB sd card? Wow!!! Plus, I can guarantee you 100% that 8500 mAh battery you got is only 6200 mAh or less, I have seen tests of similar batteries all showing less than double capacity of original (you can't physically fit more than double capacity of cells into that footprint). Please, don't get me wrong - I'm not bashing your post. You have an AWESOME setup and I never seen micro-sd to SD adapter - that's really awesome! But just saying that battery is not exactly what it says, and from all the posts about micro-sd/sd cards in this forum - I personally lost trust into anything beside Samsung brand of memory.
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Does the card + adapter get in the way of the camera?

Impressive work for a do-it-yourself!
18th April 2013, 03:23 AM   |  #6  
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I can guarantee you 100% that 8500 mAh battery you got is only 6200 mAh or less, I have seen tests of similar batteries all showing less than double capacity of original (you can't physically fit more than double capacity of cells into that footprint). Please, don't get me wrong - I'm not bashing your post.

Yeah, I actually suspect it's 6200 mAh too ) You're right. After I bought it, I also got a 6200 one and they are the same size... I'm thinking of the 9300 ZeroLemon one now, if the SD card would fit into the case... Worst case, I could squash it into this case...

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You have an AWESOME setup and I never seen micro-sd to SD adapter - that's really awesome!

Yeah, and it works too, no problems with it.
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But just saying that battery is not exactly what it says, and from all the posts about micro-sd/sd cards in this forum - I personally lost trust into anything beside Samsung brand of memory.

I've never had SD card issues with top brands - Sandisk, Kingston, now this Lexmark seems to run no probs.
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Does the card + adapter get in the way of the camera?

Not at all, you can take pictures fine, no distortion around the edges - no effect.
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Could you share how you are going to use the memory?

Music, movies, work data sync. My pictures, tons of recorded videos... I'm on a mission to build X natively on the phone, Latex too, need gigs and gigs of space for that... Now finally it's without problems, literally no limits.
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I was also going to suggest the 9300mah battery from zerolemon, but it does not look like it would work with the memory card.

Thanks, I just saw it recently too. Think I'm gonna get it and experiment with it.
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18th April 2013, 10:45 PM   |  #9  
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It's really a great job!
Too bad that SD card is too expensive or I would have done the same thing !

Maybe next year!
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I think this is awesome simply because it was done. Good job.

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