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3000mAh battery mod [Lg g2 battery]

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By 234herobrine432, Junior Member on 4th August 2017, 02:03 PM
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I bought a new Lg g2 battery from Amazon because my sot was really short. You guys know the problem with those too fat batterys, so I ordered one that seemed to be flat.

I got a thick one seen here http://tanstartrade.ca/images/LG%20BL-T7.jpg

Okay, I thought, well then i don't have wireless charging ans NFC

But when i removed the layer on the battery, this is what i found: http://imgur.com/a/XJyJm

Cool I thought, that's just a piece of plastic that can be removed. My battery is now flat as it should be and you can do the same, if you still rock a Nexus 5, love this phone so much!
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7th August 2017, 09:27 AM |#2  
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awsm man...can u tell me the procedure for this mod..nd the link for battery...
12th August 2017, 02:15 AM |#3  
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awsm man...can u tell me the procedure for this mod..nd the link for battery...

There are a lot of tutorials And i think you can buy every battery you want, search on Amazon. I just found out that every battery is flat.
25th August 2017, 11:29 AM |#4  
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Sorry, but I am confused... It seems two different mods exists: 1. LG G2 FLAT battery, no hacks needed. 2. LG G2 standard battery, hacks needed.
Could anyone please cast light on the 1. mod? I mean, where to purchase this kind of battery and so on.
26th August 2017, 01:56 PM |#5  
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Sorry, but I am confused... It seems two different mods exists: 1. LG G2 FLAT battery, no hacks needed. 2. LG G2 standard battery, hacks needed.
Could anyone please cast light on the 1. mod? I mean, where to purchase this kind of battery and so on.


That was my problem, i think the flat ones are fake. The thick ones have this plastic shield in in, by whatever reason. I managed to buy a flat one and it didn't work, the battery had very bad voltage, my phone turned off at 60%

The thick one is genuine i think. You just have to remove the sticker and plastic.
26th August 2017, 04:55 PM |#6  
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Thanks for the info @234herobrine432 . So you think that if I buy this battery I will only have to peel the "bump" and the sticker and it *should* fit in my Nexus 5?
27th August 2017, 09:16 PM |#7  
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Thanks for the info @234herobrine432 . So you think that if I buy this battery I will only have to peel the "bump" and the sticker and it *should* fit in my Nexus 5?

Yes! I think, technically it's not even possible to build a battery with that weird increase. And the "not fake" batteries fit better in the nexus 5 than the flat one I bought. You don't even have to dremel something.
7th September 2017, 10:19 PM |#8  
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did you test dat? those are awesome news brother, does taht actually work? do you managed to remove that plastic?

do it for science please
15th September 2017, 07:50 PM |#9  
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Thanks for the info @234herobrine432 . So you think that if I buy this battery I will only have to peel the "bump" and the sticker and it *should* fit in my Nexus 5?

I bought the battery today. So, in a month more or less I could provide some news about it. I feel confident cutting and soldering battery connectors but I don't plan to use a dremel on my loved nexus 5 Hopefully this battery plus some kernel optimizations would improve substantially battery life. Going from 2.300 to 3.000mAh should suppose +30% increase!!!

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Originally Posted by 234herobrine432

I bought a new Lg g2 battery from Amazon because my sot was really short. You guys know the problem with those too fat batterys, so I ordered one that seemed to be flat.

I got a thick one seen here http://tanstartrade.ca/images/LG%20BL-T7.jpg

Okay, I thought, well then i don't have wireless charging ans NFC

But when i removed the layer on the battery, this is what i found: http://imgur.com/a/XJyJm

Cool I thought, that's just a piece of plastic that can be removed. My battery is now flat as it should be and you can do the same, if you still rock a Nexus 5, love this phone so much!

What is showed about battery capacity when used apps like accubattery or similar @234herobrine432 ?
16th September 2017, 09:18 PM |#10  
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I've just bought one, hopefully it will be a good replacement for my old nexus original one!
18th September 2017, 04:54 PM |#11  
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Please keep us updated!
Please keep us updated!!

It would be huge help for people on this forum!

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I bought the battery today. So, in a month more or less I could provide some news about it. I feel confident cutting and soldering battery connectors but I don't plan to use a dremel on my loved nexus 5 Hopefully this battery plus some kernel optimizations would improve substantially battery life. Going from 2.300 to 3.000mAh should suppose +30% increase!!!

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What is showed about battery capacity when used apps like accubattery or similar @234herobrine432 ?

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I've just bought one, hopefully it will be a good replacement for my old nexus original one!

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