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Old 10-17-2013, 03:57 AM
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any S3 user carry second battery like me?

I don't know whether I am the only one need to recharge the S3 battery everyday. It is a great phone since I have got it couple of months and it still runs pretty smooth, but when I use data on my it heavily---webs, FB,texting,youtube and other streaming videos, and some games, power darins fast surprisingly. I think most of smartphones today are about same battery issue. For me, extra batteries are my must have phone stuff…my current one(6000mah) got from mpj at a decent price weeks ago works good.without need for recharge everyday.

No else around me owns S3, so I wander if other user also carry a second one?
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Old 10-17-2013, 11:20 AM
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Re: any S3 user carry second battery like me?

Hey buddy
I doubt using a 6000 mAh battery for longer backup will not be safe for your phone.



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Old 10-18-2013, 03:49 AM
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I doubt using a 6000 mAh battery for longer backup will not be safe for your phone.



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Hi, thank you for ur remind buddy... what may happen if i use it as long backup battery?? Though it worked good so far.
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Hi, thank you for ur remind buddy... what may happen if i use it as long backup battery?? Though it worked good so far.
He is saying it should be ok.
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Re: any S3 user carry second battery like me?

Hey usasa
As I remember S3 comes out of the box with a 2100 mAh battery, and currently you are using thrice powerful one.

My point was, as every battery has specifications at which it charges and power it gives to the device. Since your battery is much more powerful that the standard one, it might be possible it gives more power to the device too, which can be harmful for your phone. So my suggestion is that make a cross check that your 6000 mAh battery has same specifications as that of the standard one.






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