November 9th, 2012, 01:59 PM
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Ah. Well, a faulty charger could have fried the battery, or the battery could have been the root cause of your problems. I think at this point it might be prudent to walk into an AT&T store and see if they can pop a different battery in the phone to charge it and then make sure the thing works with your new number etc.
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