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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Flirtezy, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. Flirtezy

    Flirtezy Lurker
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    i didnt get insurance on mine, and it wont turn on. sent it to motorola and they didnt even fix the problem. wow so im at a stand still right now. how do i power this dam thing on, its been powered off for 2 months. any help?

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  2. Flirtezy

    Flirtezy Lurker
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    Im a Triupmh owner and i have no insurance, so i cant get a replacement phone and my phone wont power up. does not charge at all no red light or nothing. am i out of luck ?
  3. sounreal

    sounreal Android Enthusiast

    Call virgin mobile your phone comes with a one year warranty.
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  4. agentc13

    agentc13 Daleks Über Alles

    Taken from Virgin Mobile USA:

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  5. JokaLo

    JokaLo Well-Known Member

    Almost every carrier nowadayz has a 1 yr. Warranty, but I would dish $40 for 2 yrs. Once you get your new device, considering it's coverage
  6. Flirtezy

    Flirtezy Lurker
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    virgin mobile said i have to pay $100 and i didnt have the 40 bucks at the time and once i had my phone i jus didnt even care about it but now it doesnt work i wish i did go back and get insurance.
  7. agentc13

    agentc13 Daleks Über Alles

    Is the phone currently activated? For the free VM stuff your phone has to be currently activated on your account.
  8. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Lurker

    Had the same problem though I just bought a new battery, fixed the problem.

    Though I don't know if its just me, but me cord only works at a certain angle but still the new Anker battery solved it. ...late

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