Today, i suddenly had to return from holliday by plane and didn’t dare to take my bloating FP1 battery into it. So i asked to hotel owner to deliver it at the chemical waste. But still, i’d like to start the phone once more to get some data out.
What would be needed to make the FP1 think there is a battery inside and let it start from an external power source?
Jubatec battery; seems to be a generic Huawei as well, but is advertised for FP1 and the supplier will offer a spacer in march
At one time there was a swiss shop, that sold one of those generic batteries wrapped with a spacer in such a way, that it fit into the battery compartment.
This offer seems to be available no more; maybe because it was critizised in this forum for not offering any warranty.
Thanks for the suggestions.
For the moment, i just bought a HB5N1H battery (without knowing how it was made and who dug the kobalt).
If the FP1 works properly with this, i’ll keep it until i have something better. If I still have to remove this battery regularly because the phone hangs and turns black, i’ll offer the phone and the battery to the forum.
Yes, i did. the phone didn’t respond to anything.
Until now, i thought it frooze because of the bad battery. Today, with the new battery, it also happened a few times, maybe because my spacer (half a clothes peg) left some space for the battery to move.
When the phone freezes, it is usually during a phone call so even if i could reset it with the power button, it is not reliable.