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Re: Power on Problems
Sounds like your battery is dead. Does the phone respond when you plug in the charger? If it does not respond, you may either have damage in the charging port, or a bad charger. If the phone recognizes the charger, shows that it is charging, but still won't work when you unplug it, I would recommend trying a new battery. You should be able to go to a retail store that sells razr's and ask them to try a different battery in the phone to see if it works. If it powers on with the new battery, buy it.
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Did you drop the phone in water recently? Did you get it wet in the rain? Apart from the likely possibility that the phone is actually damaged/battery damaged, this happens if the power button gets damaged. When you put the phone to charge, in the middle of the night the power button "acted" as if it was pressed and held and the phone turned off. Now when you press the power button, nothing happens because the power button is damaged.
Take it to a repair shop and check the power button for damage. It is replaceable and should not cost a lot.
Does your phone have a removable battery? If yes then you might be in luck. If not, then just take the phone to repair shop and get the power button checked and repaired.
If battery is removable I know that it is possible to turn on the phone this way: 1) Plug in the charger to the phone 2) Remove the battery and insert it immediately. Do this multiple times and the phone should turn on without having to press the power button. Hope that works.
1.Check the device's battery level for at least two bars of strength. 2.If the battery level is low, charge the battery. 3.If the issue is not resolved, remove the back cover. 4.Remove the battery. 5.Wait 10 seconds. 6.Press and hold the W key. 7.While pressing down the W key, re-insert the battery. •The device restarts and after approximately 15 seconds, the 'Recovery' screen appears •Release the power button but *continue holding the home button*, for another 30 seconds. Step Thanks
me and the mrs had the same problem numerous times with ours, only thing to do is send it back and wait for it to happen again then send it back etc etc or find another phone to love, we have samsungs now, so far so good.
u r phone is shortby water at first cleen it by ipa cleener dont use petrol& water than u have to flash it flash mcu and ppm if problem will still ther than give heat treetment to flash ic and cpu cleen all pins(cunector) chack battery voltage it should be min 3.7volt than put it in to phone properly and switch it on it wii on 100%
Sounds like water damage but try this.........
1) press the * and # and Power button all at once - if the screen fires up with a black screen and some info - then you can flash the phone and hopefully recover it;
2. If the above works - you need to find a flash file and the software to flash it with