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Aftermarket battery I bought an aftermarket battery. When I instal it, a message comes up, non-supported battery see users guide. The battery will work, but will not charge. Is there a way around this, or am I stuck with this battery? By the way, the place I bought the battery replaced it with another one but I get the same message.

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What you can do is try buying an original battery or taking the phone to a samsung mobile store have them try one of their batteries in it and see if the same problem occurs, if it does then you know to buy original batteries....

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