Mobile batteries are, generally speaking, batteries that go into mobile devices. Most of the time a mobile battery is a battery for a mobile phone, and that's the definition that will be used from here on out. A mobile battery is only useful so long as there's an electric charge in it, though, and it's important that you keep your batteries charged for as long as possible and as often as possible to keep them ready.
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Things you need
- Battery charger
- Mobile phone
Plug your charger into an outlet. Not all mobile chargers use electrical sockets, since some of them convert solar power into electricity or utilise some other form of charge. For these chargers, set them up so they can utilise whatever power source is necessary.
Plug the charger into your mobile phone. It's important that you have a charger that will plug into your phone, because different phones will have different configurations of pins and shapes that a charger will have to fit in order to charge the battery.
Wait until the battery is fully charged. Once the battery is fully charged (which could take anywhere from 4 to 7 hours depending on charger and battery type) unplug the mobile phone from the charger. When the battery is nearly depleted, then plug it in again to recharge it.
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