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    question about the vita battery is it removable

    Can you take the battery out of the vita like the psp or is it built in and cant be replaced

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    It's somewhat complicated: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FWP9MOaY14Q

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    Wow. That was fairly easy. Nice one.

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    i found it complicated as i couldn't understand wtf he was saying






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    thanks for posting the video

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter von Frosta View Post
    I agree. Why did Sony put the battery in side the case and not out side so it would be easily removed?


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    So you'll have to buy a new Vita if the battery dies

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    It seemed to me that a battery change wouldn't take more than 15 minutes with a nicely detailed guide.

    Now if you are a complete stranger to screwdrivers there will definitely be some shop offering a battery change service.

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    Ive had my vita just about a year (got it launch day) and i still have no problems with the battery life.


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    What kinda battery architecture or w/e does the Vita use?

    As in, is it better to play it till it's drained and then charge it to full
    Or, just throw it on the charge and top it up whenever you can?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitey View Post
    What kinda battery architecture or w/e does the Vita use?

    As in, is it better to play it till it's drained and then charge it to full
    Or, just throw it on the charge and top it up whenever you can?
    I think it's best to charge it once the battery is depleted or near empty, and also avoid playing whilst charging. I try to do that with all my electrical stuff anyway like my phone and 3DS






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