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[* black] Some light adhesive secures the battery, but it's nothing that a little spudgering can't handle.
-[* black] The 5X packs a 3.8 V, 2700 mAh battery, a 400 mAh increase over the [guide|19016|Nexus 5|stepid=53723|new_window=true].
- [* icon_note] The pack also warns us to avoid giving the battery to a dog, or cutting into the battery with a screwdriver.
-[* black] Although the 5X [http://www.droid-life.com/2015/10/19/nexus-6p-nexus-5x-quick-charge/|doesn't officially support|new_window=true] Quick Charge 2.0, Google claims that USB-C will provide "four hours of use after only ten minutes of charging".
+[* black] The 5X packs a 3.8 V, 2700 mAh batterya 400 mAh increase over the [guide|19016|Nexus 5|stepid=53723|new_window=true].
+ [* icon_note] Again, the pack warns us to avoid feeding the battery to your dog, or cutting into it with a screwdriver.
+[* black] Although the 5X [http://www.droid-life.com/2015/10/19/nexus-6p-nexus-5x-quick-charge/|doesn't officially support|new_window=true] Quick Charge 2.0, Google claims that USB-C will provide "four hours of use after only ten minutes of charging."