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if the battery is completely dead... there is a way to open the trunk from the inside. it involves putting the rear seat down. in the middle under the back window theres an emergency rear seat release. lower the seat, and then pull emergency trunk release on the top of the trunk door. hope this helped.
The driver's door should open with the key. Then you'll have to access the trunk through the backseat.
There is an emergency trunk release located inside the trunk. To gain access, there is a pass-through in the rear seat. Put the rear armrest down, open the pass-through, and move the release up with your fingers. The release is glow-in-the-dark. So you should have no trouble finding it using a flashlight.
I am not a Jaguar guy, but usually when the battery is in the trunk, there is a connection under the hood where you can attach jumper cables. Power the car from there with a donor battery to make the trunk release work.
Failing that, try one of those trickle chargers that works through the lighter outlet in the car.
On the side of the smart key there is a mechanical key that slides out of one of the sides-There should be a little release lever retaining the mechanical key. It can be inserted into the trunk lock and turned to open the trunk. There are several other positions the key can be turned to place the trunk lock actuation in different modes- it should be in your owner's manual Hopefully I have been helpful