|Maybe a piece of Kapton tape wouldn't hurt here...|
The batteries (these, IIRC) I ordered came with plugs that fit the charging connector on the quad. Nice. So all there is to do is remove the built in battery and bridge the switch as in the picture. In case it's hard to see: It's the outermost pads that need to be bridged, but it doesn't hurt if you bridge all three terminals. Of course you could remove the switch, but I didn't bother. Maybe I'll do it when I have to replace the next motor.
|The replacement battery fits nicely.|
Now I can charge my batteries at a rate that won't kill them after ten cycles and swap them out like on a "real" Quadcopter.
|The rubber band adds a bit of DIY charme to it.|
I had to add a picture with my Devo, just because the two of them look so nice together.
Update: I actually went and did this one properly later that day..
|There is no banana in this picture.|