1. Ioan T's Avatar
    Is it true that if you get a bigger battery it will damage the electronics? Atm i have a 1650mAh (i think we all do),but it's kinda damaged and i'm thinking of buying a 3200mAh battery, but someone told me not to do it because it'll fry the electronics. Is it true?
    12-16-2013 06:41 AM
  2. EviI's Avatar
    Whoever told you that is a walnut. The damaged battery is more likely to fry the electrons.
    12-16-2013 06:44 AM
  3. Ioan T's Avatar
    It's not physically damaged, but u know...the longetivity of the battery decreased
    12-16-2013 06:46 AM
  4. EviI's Avatar
    It's not physically damaged, but u know...the longetivity of the battery decreased
    If the health of your current battery isn't good, get the bigger battery. It shouldn't be an issue at all.
    12-16-2013 06:49 AM
  5. IoanT's Avatar
    I've just measured the battery (fully charged) with the multimeter and it showed me it has 4.08V instead of 3.7V...I don't think that's a good sign, right?
    12-26-2013 03:06 PM

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