Seidio 3200 mah super Extended Battery for Nexus One

This is a discussion on Seidio 3200 mah super Extended Battery for Nexus One within the Nexus One Accessories forums, part of the Nexus One category; I'm willing to give it another try or two, seeing as how some people have managed to get really good results with it. Hopefully it ...

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    I'm willing to give it another try or two, seeing as how some people have managed to get really good results with it. Hopefully it isn't going to take me more than a week just to get an RMA number each time (yeah, I'm not very optimistic about getting a good battery within 1 or 2 tries).

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    Please someone out there tell me this battery is going to double the operational time of my N1.
    I don't understand it my friend purchased the 2200 mAh batter and thinks it is the most fantastic addition to his phone and claims he now has to only recharge about every three days.
    So I read the first few post here and decided if big is good bigger is "gooder". Then after purchasing the 3200 mAh unit I come back here to make my self feel good abut my expenditure only to find all kinds of complaints about the 3200 mAh battery not lasting as long as the Nexus original. What is going on? Is this a case of bad manufacturing run that is currently shipping?
    I have sent a questioning email to seidoonline tech support asking them if they are aware of the problem. I will post back if I get an answer, also I should have my battery tomorrow and if it misbehaves I will also post that information.

    PS - All this cycling of the 3200 mAh is wishful thinking IMHO. No matter what it should outperform the original battery to a significant degree right out of the box. If it doesn't I would strongly suggest returning rather than waste time trying to make a "Silk purse...".

    Now back to my original plea if anyone is having great/good luck with this 3200 mAh battery please post your results so I can at least maintain some degree of optimism. :-)

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    I hope you have better results with your battery. I gave up doing the "power cycling" after seeing that the second full charge was draining rapidly while on standby. I'm currently waiting for a response to my RMA request.

    In the mean time, I've been using my stock battery. It's still the champ. Consistently getting 6-7.5 hours per charge of medium-heavy usage. Was expecting the new battery do outdo this on day one.

    Anyway, time to continue waiting for the RMA...

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    Im wondering if there was a batch of bad batteries. There are too many people on here having issues for it to be otherwise.
    Bought the AT&T N1.

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    That's unfortunate. I was also ready to order one but I think I am going to wait until they clean up this situation...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yhbae View Post
    That's unfortunate. I was also ready to order one but I think I am going to wait until they clean up this situation...
    Probably a good idea. I was going to buy one as well in anticipation of the N1 for VZW...good thing I didnt.
    Bought the AT&T N1.

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    Well as I said mine will be hear tomorrow Fed-X willing.

    And Good bad or indifferent I will definitely post my findings.

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    Oh well, looks like I will have to rely on my current solution for a little while longer!



    It actually works. It's a Duracell portable charger with 4 Eneloop AA batteries giving me about the equivalent of 2000mah capacity when I use USB cable to connect the two. The only issue is that it is slightly too big .

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    It could quite possibly be that there was a bad batch of batteries.

    I'm just hoping that the RMA department gets back to us regarding the RMAs we've been waiting on. Paul K. has been waiting for a week now, unless he got it since his last update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yhbae View Post
    Oh well, looks like I will have to rely on my current solution for a little while longer!



    It actually works. It's a Duracell portable charger with 4 Eneloop AA batteries giving me about the equivalent of 2000mah capacity when I use USB cable to connect the two. The only issue is that it is slightly too big .
    Please tell me you dont actively use that...:rofl3:
    Bought the AT&T N1.

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