[Mod]Battery Mod for Blue Angel (compact version)
Last week, I wrote an article that showed how to make the Blue Angel last for a very long time (and look like a bomb in the process). This week I figured I would write about the article that gave origin to that one (especially since this one shows a bit on how to do it). Xda member hnyuk49 made this tutorial for increasing the battery life of the Blue Angel by simply modding the existing battery by replacing the one it has with two, very cheap, smaller Nokia batteries (and if you go through the thread, you will find a few variations of this mod as well)
Originally posted by hnyuk49
Due to its big display, battery of BA often drains very fast so we need powerful supply. A guy from PDAviet has come up with a new solution. He uses two Nokia BL 5C standard batteryto make better, longer & more powerful batt than the original one.
For more information continue on to the original thread.
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