ticalex

Unofficial Battery Replacement

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Is there any particular danger in using an unofficial battery on a phone like the Skate such as this one: http://www.amazon.co...duct/B008I7BHPY

It says in the item description that it is compatible with the Tania and the Skate.

Obviously it has a slightly smaller capacity - but am I risking any damage to the phone or anything stupid like that?

I need to replace as mine seems to be dying.

Cheers

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I generally wouldn't recommend it, but I'm probably just paranoid. It should work just fine, though I'm not sure how wise it is to replace a tiny battery with an even tinier one.

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Hi, I come from china, I don't know about the battery market in your country. But I know mine, There are many batteries fit for skate (see the link),but the best one is the 品胜(pisen),only 3.5£. I am using this one! It's good! And it's a top brand in chinese battery market ! maybe I can get you some ! [email protected]

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I've tried Nokia BL-5C battery and it works with Skate :D

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