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  1. Vajaynay

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    Hello everyone, just wanted to see if I could get some help on how to fix my lg g stylo metro PCs variant.
    My problem is that it will not turn on, when I hold the power button it just gives a slight vibration and it stays black, I have tried different batteries but it doesn't help. When I put it to charge the screen just shows its at 0% charging and turns black instantly, it will charge (I think) but it just won't turn on, it is rooted, and on stock ROM if that helps. Help would be very much appreciated :)
     

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    Do you have TWRP? Do you have a nandroid backup?

    (Maybe try and boot to recovery if you can and know how)

    How long have you let it charge? You should charge it at least 4 hours.

    Do you have an external charger since you have more than 1 battery?
     
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    I do have twrp and all but when I try to boot into recovery it just gives the slight vibration and that's it, and I do have a 20000mAh battery bank if that's what you mean, I have tried charging it for some time but no help, even a friends 80~% stylo battery didn't help. I'll try charging it some more and see If it helps the slightest :D thanks for the quick reply too
     
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    Well, at least you had a friend's battery to try.

    An external charger just charges the battery itself outside of the phone. If the USB port is faulty (Which may be the issue), you can use an external charger to charge the battery. It sounds like the batteries aren't getting a charge.

    Have you tried a different regular charger?


    EDIT: So your friend's battery was already charged in his phone and that didn't work either?
     
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