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Will an extended battery void my Galaxy S 3 warranty?

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Re: extended battery voiding Galaxy S3 warranty

Hey JonnVy,

I asked our mobile support group, as I'm part of the Samsung electronics group for an answer to this question, and here's their response:

Samsung does not recommend using a 3rd party battery for our products because they may cause damage that could potentially void your warranty. You may purchase a Samsung battery here: http://www.samsung.com/us/mobile/cell-phones-accessories

Also, if you'd like more support for your mobile products, you can go to ask @SamsungSupport on Twitter. Hope this helps you!

Regards,
HD Tech

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So, the warranty will be voided if the battery causes damage?

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Re: Extended battery

Hi JonnVy,

Unfortunately, I'm just the messenger on this one. If you want to go back and forth with questions, go to @SamsungSupport on Twitter.

Regards,
HD Tech

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