Discussion in 'Huawei Ideos S7 Accessories' started by rabid_droid, Nov 15, 2010.
moved to sticky on chargers
I'm after a replacement battery for the S7. I've searched allover the internet and can't find anything. Does anybody know where I can buy one?
The models HB5A4P2
The battery is customized. I guess no sell. You may contact tech-support I think.
The last time we heard about accessories, they said they are in the process of bringing them for sale in North America. Check with Huawei support.
My contact with dropshippers has indicated that they are also scouring for accessories and components for the Huawei S7 within China to be exported overseas. They will be available soon.
I've contacted Telstra in Australia and they've said that they cannot supply replacement batteries. Does Huawei have a contact number for Australia?
just get a portable battery backup with 5v charger till they offer some accessories.
show me where to get one, I spent probably 10 hours on ebay trying to find one with a 3-3.2mm plug on it.
Hi, this inverter works?, no problem for 5W output?????
New Power Inverter 12V DC to Auto 110V-220V AC 5W
thanks for the help!
sweet i had one of those but lost it i need to get another one
Hi probbiethe1, but, works with S7????
someone who knows??
There is a sticky post which covers chargers, it has some good info on what kind of adapters work and the power output of the original 110 charger. Take a look..
Just wondering if it's ok to leave these Li-ion batteries on the charger over night? I know they are fully charged in about an hour but can they be damaged if charged over that time. I usually plug my gadgets in at bedtime so they are ready by morning. My RC planes use a Li-Po battery that need to be monitored closely during charging or else melt downs and fires can occur.
I turn mines off and put it on the charger every night and haven't had any issues.
The Li-ion battery is fine left on the charger as long as you use the correct charger.
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