Cell Phone Batteries Tuscaloosa AL

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Batteries Plus
(205) 343-1780
505 15th St E Ste B
Tuscaloosa, AL
Comco Wireless
(205) 343-4335
700 61st St
Tuscaloosa, AL
Cellular Solutions Express
(205) 758-2065
900 Skyland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL
(205) 462-6626
6322a Highway 69 S
Tuscaloosa, AL
Cellular Solutions Inc
(205) 758-2355
1410 Mcfarland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL
(205) 345-9035
2101 7th St
Tuscaloosa, AL
Tuscaloosa Communications
(205) 553-2122
3720 Hargrove Rd E
Tuscaloosa, AL
Cell I Bration
(205) 562-0251
1701 Mcfarland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL
La Communications
(205) 344-9084
1301 Mcfarland Blvd E
Tuscaloosa, AL
AT&T Mobility
(205) 759-1086
1351 Mcfarland Blvd Ne
Tuscaloosa, AL

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When to replace your battery

When to replace your battery

If you notice that the amount of time you can use your device before having to recharge the battery is decreasing, it’s probably time to replace the battery. Your hardware manufacturer’s Web site is the best place to buy a replacement, and most Windows Mobile device manufacturers offer optional high-capacity batteries that double the amount of time you can use your device between charges.
Note that hardware manufacturers often keep spare batteries for older, discontinued units. If you can’t find a replacement battery listed on the manufacturer’s Web site, contact their tech support department and see if they have them listed as a replacement part. (That goes for cables, cradles, and other accessories for discontinued devices.)
Finally, there are a number of independent vendors that sell replacement batteries for Windows Mobile devices, including MobilePlanet.com , PDAMods.com , and PDASmart.com .

Battery life expectancy
The normal life expectancy of a lithium-ion battery in a Windows Mobile device is between two to three years, or 300 to 500 discharge/charge cycles. After that, the battery will start to degrade (regardless of usage intensity) and will hold less power after a charge. Here are a few tips about using lithium-ion batteries:
  • It’s better to do frequent partial ...

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