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[Mod]Extended Battery for Blue Angel
Thanks to power hungry applications and hardware, our devices have a bad tendency of running out of power in the middle of important tasks. Because of this, most of us have extended batteries for our devices, and we have all learned to live with the added weight and size.
However, xda member jokey_boyhn has developed a home-made battery to provide the user with more battery than he/she bargained for. The downside of this amazing ever lasting battery? It makes the device look like a pack of dynamite.
Originally posted by jokey_boyhn
Here are my two BAs with 5-cells battery ! Each cell is 3,6V and 2000mAh . So my C4 package is 10000mAh or 10 Ah. I ‘ve made this these days, not test how long it will last yet .
I’m from Vietnam. Hope you like it. sorry for my english , this is my first post. thank everyone !
You can find more information in the orignal thread.
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