I guess I am the only who freaks out when his phone goes off without a charger or Power-bank to charge it around. It sucks, I am sure you cannot deny that. What if I told you I have found another solution to your flat battery problem without having a charger or without considering the frustration of power being withheld by the Power Holding Company then this blog post is for you. If you are interested, then follow this tip.
The first thing is to remove your battery from your device if it has a removable battery. This can only be done on specific phones so do not attempt it on your phone without a removable battery.
Get AA, AAA, or 9-volt batteries, which are very common household batteries. I bet you never knew that these batteries have the same power current as your phone’s battery. It may be shocking what I will ask you to do with them, but it is simple you can now charge your battery when there is a shortage of power supply in your house with these batteries.
This process is more advisable than trying to charge your device directly with an alternative battery directly. Using an improper amount of amperage or voltage can potentially damage complex circuit, so such methods are obviously not worth the risk, when your phone is placed on the line.
Identify the positive and the negative of these batteries, and then calculate to be sure that the total amount of batteries gathered are a little above your phone battery amp. Tape them tightly together, fix a metal wire on both of the batteries and then proceed to place these wires on your phone’s battery.
After a while, you could disconnect your phone battery from the other batteries. I am sure your battery would have been charged.
I know electricity could be a problem in different environment, so I believe this will be useful enough. Let me know your views in comment box.