Is it possible to connect a 4 terminal battery to a mobile having 3 terminals?

Is it possible to connect a 4 terminal battery to a mobile having 3 terminals? If it is possible, how can i connect them ? The battery that I am going to use is of company standards. Humbly waiting for your reply...

by abel11
September 13, 2020
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by electrical_guyjjjjjjj
6 days, 21 hours ago

Thank you for the response.It would be really helpful if the answer is really specific.

by abel11
6 days, 19 hours ago
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