Extended battery door

CrimsonTide55

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Is anyone using the extended battery with the stock battery door? My extended battery door won't snap on flush anymore and I was considering using the stock one. I've heard on some phones if you don't use the correct battery door that it can't put pressure on the screen..

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I've heard both can be used interchangeably but if you use the stock door on the extended battery I heard there's a slight bump and the cover may pop off easier

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Is anyone using the extended battery with the stock battery door? My extended battery door won't snap on flush anymore and I was considering using the stock one. I've heard on some phones if you don't use the correct battery door that it can't put pressure on the screen..

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I have the extended battery and use the stock door. Mainly because I have 3 batteries and the Incipio case and the case doesn't fit quite right with the extended door. With the stock door the extended battery doesn't let it quite fit right, but with the case on you can't tell.
 

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i've tried extended battery with stock door and it was a disaster, at least in my opinion.
 
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Yea I'm gonna have to find another solution. The stock door just doesn't fit quite right. Its doable but it just bothers me if it doesn't fit flush

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