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By walid77dz, Senior Member on 19th June 2013, 12:43 PM
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Hi, i want to buy a new battery for my DHD. I hear talking about mugen 1500 for DHD, is it really better than original one. Thanks
 
 
21st June 2013, 06:22 AM |#2  
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Hi, thanks for this post, because I have same question too.

I already search for all Desire HD Forum, and search throught all the xda site (other forums too).

Nowadays the information is already old and battery brands have already upgraded/envolve to better qualities and advances, and maybe are already better brands than mugen and anker, which xda members suggest in the past as the best.

Please tell us all users of xda with desire hd and that had in the past the desire hd (like Lordclockan great developer) which battery brand and model was the best and longest for you?

Was great if. All great developers of desire HD, of present and past could tell us too, their opinion and what they use or recommend?

OEM, Mugen, Anker, Seidio, Hyperion, Andida, Qcell, or others...?

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21st June 2013, 02:06 PM |#3  
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I got my Desire HD when it came out.
I'm still using the battery it came with.

With some precaution and care it can last about 5 years.
My phone is on for 24/7 365 a year, i try as much as possible to charge it before it hits 50%.
Lithium battery's don't like to be discharged below that, it's possible but reduces life drastically.

But for new battery be sure to get a quality one and charge at 50% if possible than it will last at least as long as mine.
(Heared good things about the 1st 3 in your little list; OEM, Mugen and Anker.)
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24th June 2013, 07:36 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by HanZie82

I got my Desire HD when it came out.
I'm still using the battery it came with.

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But for new battery be sure to get a quality one and charge at 50% if possible than it will last at least as long as mine.
(Heared good things about the 1st 3 in your little list; OEM, Mugen and Anker.)

Thank you for your knowledge and info, I already heard about that fact, but didn't know with certain.
I will do that, thanks

I am using too the oem stock battery of desire HD yet, but I suspect that the condition decreased now after years.
You know some method/tool we can know/diagnose with some accuracy, the condition of battery?

Thanks, Cheers
24th June 2013, 09:09 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by MacPryden

Thank you for your knowledge and info, I already heard about that fact, but didn't know with certain.
I will do that, thanks

I am using too the oem stock battery of desire HD yet, but I suspect that the condition decreased now after years.
You know some method/tool we can know/diagnose with some accuracy, the condition of battery?

Thanks, Cheers

Use Battery Monitor Widget pro to diagnose your current battery conditions. Discharge untill the phone auto turnoff then continous charge to 100%+2hours more (when you see 0mAh on BMW widget) go to Calibration Tab to check your battery condition. The measured xxxxmAh +/- ?% is your answer.

Mine:
- 1.5 years OEM battery now is ~900mAh+/-9%
- New 1300mAh Coral battery (just used a months) is 1265mAh+/-8%
- A 1600mAh on ebay but very bad that after 2month of usage it is only 650mAh+/-15% (Don't believe in high capacity battery anymore)

With current ROM + with normal usage, I can surf 2days with this battery - Coral
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24th June 2013, 05:25 PM |#6  
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Yes, battery monitor widget is a perfect app.
I will reinstall it and calibrate my OEM battery to test it again.
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24th June 2013, 07:40 PM |#7  
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Thank you to Both, coolpixs4 and HanZie82.

I had bought months ago that app, but though that the benefits vs battery drain not value installed, so alternate for current widget app.
So in your opinion the battery monitor widget pro don't drain any battery continuous or don't worth have one more background process?

I will do what you recommended me, at least to measure the battery condition.

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25th June 2013, 04:35 AM |#8  
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Originally Posted by MacPryden

Thank you to Both, coolpixs4 and HanZie82.

I had bought months ago that app, but though that the benefits vs battery drain not value installed, so alternate for current widget app.
So in your opinion the battery monitor widget pro don't drain any battery continuous or don't worth have one more background process?

I will do what you recommended me, at least to measure the battery condition.

Thanks

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Of course it will drain some part of battery but NOT MUCH.
Since, you use that *.apk just for investigating your current battery condition to see how good your current battery.
After that, you can remove widget or just stop it.
25th June 2013, 03:16 PM |#9  
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I still have 1109 mAh availible from my OEM battery wich is as old as the phone. (which i bought when it was new).
15th July 2013, 05:57 AM |#10  
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I just recently bought a newer "higher capacity" battery for my Inspiremake 4G and should be here tomorrow. I currently have stock battery in it and barley lasts an hour using minimal apps and sync off, screen brightness down, WiFi off, and others.

Ordered a new one from a company called Andida and its rated at 1800 mAh.

Not sure how it will do but with such slim design can't make it "fatter". We shall see tomorrow or Tuesday latest,
16th July 2013, 04:27 PM |#11  
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I currently have stock battery in it and barley lasts an hour using minimal apps and sync off, screen brightness down, WiFi off, and others.

How old is your phone? Mine is 2.5 years old and it still works quite fine. Probably just a couple of hours less then in the beginning.
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