Support Help, I can't get it to power on!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by uscg4good, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. uscg4good

    uscg4good Member
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    I let my battery drain down to the point of shutting down, and now that the phone is back on the charger, I can't get it to power up. Why???
     

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  2. jbhumph

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    I believe it must be at least 10% charged to turn on...is it past this point?
     
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  3. butthead007

    butthead007 Well-Known Member
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    I have to work?
    Let it charge a little bit like the other poster said and try it. Plug it into the wall charger, it will charge faster.
     
  4. hob0d4n

    hob0d4n Well-Known Member
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    its happened to me. you just have to let it charge for a little while. i think u can turn it on when its 5-10%
     
  5. uscg4good

    uscg4good Member
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    Ok I just freaked a little bit, it's back now. Got it plugged into the puter, I had no idea plugging it into the wall would charge it faster. I'll go and do that. Thanks yall!
     
  6. jbhumph

    jbhumph Well-Known Member
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    Yeah, I tried the computer one night but it was taking forever. The wall charger is definitely the way to go!
     
  7. john0821

    john0821 Well-Known Member
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    No need to freak out! lol
     
  8. camphill

    camphill Well-Known Member
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    Computer USB port rated at 500ma. Wall charger rated at 850ms. Car charger rated at 1000ma. I bought a spare wall charger on eBay for $2 to keep at work. I only charge with the wall/car charger unless you have it plugged in all night to the computer while you sleep, otherwise it takes forever and needs at least 5% charge to even turn on.
     

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