I had the phone plugged into a charger. I shut it down, then I powered it back on. It went to the lock screen, and it wasn't reacting to my swiping. Then it immediately turned off, and now nothing is happening. lol
What in the hell...
Also, I did not root the phone or anything.
Last edited by xpizzerx; February 27th, 2013 at 04:24 PM.
Hold the power down for at least 10 seconds. What does it do? If that doesn't work try holding power and volume down. That should take you to the bootloader screen. From there you can go into recovery and factory reset.
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Ok, I have also been trying the other charger idea, but it showed no signs of life at first.
However, now when the cell phone is plugged into the charger, a red blinking light occurs after holding the power down for about 10 seconds. This is only when it's on the charger, and this is the only sign of life I'm getting out of it.
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Okay, that tells me that the battery is (almost) completely discharged (or if you broke a mirror over a black cat under a ladder, completely failed). Leave it off the charger overnight and then plug it in again in the morning. If there's a residual charge in the electronics it should dissipate in a few hours hopefully and cause the phone to reboot next time you plug it in.
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