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alternative for charging rechargeable high capacity standard li-battery, 1400mah, 3.7v

i have a "high capacity, standard battery, rechargeable li-battery that specifies 1400mah, 3.7v on it.  is this an actual cell phone battery? is it a universal battery?  can a docked charger be purchased somewhere to charge the battery as opposed to charging it with a charger and the device that uses the battery.

PLEASE BE KIND.AND DETAILED WITH YOUR ANSWERS............FOR I AM NOT ELECTRICALY OR TECHNICALY  SAVY!!!!


qubic8 years ago
frollard is right about the ribbon cable; they are very fragile. If you're really lucky, though, the problem is just that the cable has worked itself loose from its connector. If you reseat the cable (disconnect and reconnect it to the rest of the phone) it might do the trick. Since it's easy to break things that have tiny parts, I'd advise against opening up your phone until you've backed up what's on it, like phone numbers, using either your cellular provider's service or a program like BitPim.
frollard8 years ago
a cpu connects to the lcd with a ribbon cable. The connection between the circuit board and the ribbon cable, or the ribbon cable itself is the most likely to break. One single loose connection (out of 20-50) will make the display light up, but not display anything. Unless you have the steady hands of a small 3rd world sweat shop assembly labourer, don't bother. You'll break it more than it already is.