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can i use a 2500mah battery in my phone that requires a 2100mah battery?????.... Answered

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Jack A Lopez

2 years ago

This question seems to be punctuated by more than the usual number of question marks.

Well, actually, it doesn't end in question marks. It ends in ellipsis dot-dot-dots. So maybe that means it's not really a question...

;-P

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iceng

2 years ago

You know Steve said that 2 hours before you embellished his comment as your own.

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ThirdEarthDesign

2 years ago

The mAh rating refers to the energy capacity of a battery, it's a unit that measures electrical power over time (Milliamp Hours). A higher value means that the battery will last longer. For example a 2000mAh battery could power a device that consumes 100mA for approximately 20 hours, a device consuming 200mA would last for 10 hours and so on.

More importantly you need to make sure that the battery meets the Voltage requirements of your device. Over-voltage or under-voltage outside of the tolerance range of your phone could result in it not working and/or being damaged.