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Phone will not charge its showing that its charging but it isnt i have tried different batteries and different chargers but it goes completely dead while hooked to the charger

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How can I retrieve contact numbers from my fone that has discharged and wont charge


My phone died and now won't power on or charge. Here's how to fix it. Did your mobile phones battery drain all the way to zero and now your device is completely dead, not powering on or not even letting you charge it? This article will go through some tips on how you might be able to revive your dead phone.
If your cell phone is a smartphone then this is a reasonably common issue. It used to be a general practice to run older batteries to zero battery life before charging them back up to full again but try not to do that on the new smart phones, they use lithium-ion batteries which discharging 100% is a major concern and isn't good for the health of the battery.

If your battery has drained to zero and now the phone won't respond then try this

Pull the battery Start out by pulling the battery out of the phone for a few minutes then put the battery back into the phone, put the phone all back together and then plug it into your ORIGINAL charger that came with the phone. Make sure that you use the original charger that came with the phone. If you don't have the original charger then make sure that your charger is a manufacturer approved charger. If your battery is built into the phone and you cannot remove the battery from your smartphone then try to perform a simulated battery pull. Many phones have a method to restart the device, usually by holding down specific buttons or keys on the device. Much like the Motorola Atrix HD simulated battery pull or the Sony Experia simulated battery pull where you hold the volume down key and power key simultaneously while the phone is powered off.
Check the outlet Sometimes we can be too close to an issue and can overlook something as simple as a wall outlet attached to a light switch that's turned off. If the light switch is designed for turning off and on a light and the switch is off then there is no power coming from the outlet and obviously your device isn't going to charge.
Try a different outlet This can go hand in hand with the above suggestion. Try a different outlet to make sure it's not a power socket issue.
Try using a computer or car charger Using a computer or car charger instead of a wall charger can sometimes put a quick charge on your battery and get it to respond as well. Keep charging it If you have tried these methods and your phone isn't responsive due to its battery being drained 100% then it can be difficult to get your phone to charge again. Try charging it for at LEAST a couple hours on an outlet you know to be working, even all night if possible. Lithium ion batteries can take a while to get to charge again if drained all the way. So try charging it for a while, You might need a new battery If you try these tips and suggestions or have tried all these things already and there is still no response, and your phone is completely dead and will not recognize a charger then you might need to try another battery.
Try a different charger If you have tried a different battery then make sure you try your original charger first, as mentioned above. If there is no response then it might not be your battery but your charger that has malfunctioned and might need replacing. If you have any spare chargers try those to see if you can get a charge out of your phone. Replace the device If you have tried a different battery and a different charger and your phone is still little more than a paper weight then you should start reviewing your phone replacement

Sep 30, 2016 | Cell Phones

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Battery on G-zone Commando Losing charge even though it shows it is charging


A charger can indicate it is working but if it is trying to charge a dead battery you will get the result you describe.

Mar 09, 2014 | Casio G-zone Commando

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Bb bold wont charge


Welcome to the BlackBerry Support Community Forums.
Have you tried plugging the BlackBerry is different outlets or tried a different USB cord?

Does the BlackBerry show a charging symbol or is the LED flashing red or green?

I look forward to your reply.

Feb 24, 2012 | RIM BlackBerry Bold 9000 Smartphone

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My phone is not holding a charge. It seems completely dead, and when I try and charge it it flashes sporodically and vibrates for a second or two before dying again


Hello,

When your phone tries to come on and goes back off after vibrating for a second or two.

This is due to the fact that the battery is completely dead and is trying to pick up when you plugged it to the charger.

Try to charge the battery of your phone in another phone before fixing it back into your phone.

turn it on before trying to charge it again.


make sure the battery never runs out before you charge it back.

take care

Jun 12, 2010 | Sony Ericsson K850i Mobile Phone

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Battery


change the phone memory

Apr 02, 2010 | LG Vu CU920 Cellular Phone

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Phone has gone completely dead. Only 3 days in use from new.


Your best bet is take it straight back and get a replacement or refund.

If you want to try and fix this it can be done at the dealers ,try a new battery

or try a different charger.

There`s one more thing for not being able to turn the phone on.
Try charging the phone until it has stopped charging.Connect the charger and charge for 2.5 hours.The battery icon might not appear until the phone has charged for 30 mins.

Hope it helps

Dec 29, 2009 | Motorola Mobility W205 Mobile Phone &...

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Low Battery, Connected car charger, now is dead


May be the battery won't have charge, keep 1 or 2 hrs continues charges, and if it is not working then you have to replace the battery set full.

Jul 04, 2009 | Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia Unlocked Cellular...

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My phone won't take a charge or light up or anything after it "died" while I was talking on it.


You need to isolate the problem. What you need to do is to try different battery. If it charged, meaning your current battery is no longer working.

You may also try to use different charger. It could also be the charger.

Apr 20, 2009 | Lands Phones

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My battery went dead this morning i charged it this evening and it is just showing a battery and timer wont switch on or charge??


from what I hear, you have either fully charged your battery or your battery is pretty much completely dead.

your options:

1. If it's completely dead and won't hold a charge it's time to purchase another battery, this happens from time to time so don't freak out about it.
2. If it's fully charged, try taking the battery completely out of the phone, and re-inserting it after a few minutes, sometimes cell phones need to be reset.
3. ensure that your charger is working properly, if its not getting juice to it neither is your phone.
4. try to dial your number just to see what happens to the phone.
5. if someone else u know has a charger like yours try to borrow theirs to charge your phone possibly ruling out a bad charger

Nov 13, 2008 | Samsung Cell Phones

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No power


Make sure you have an original OEM charger for the MDA. Many of the knock off chargers don't provide the right amperage for the device. What happens is that since the phone is completely dead, it can't regulate how many amps the battery should get during the charge and an incorrect charge current won't charge the battery. I'm guessing that someone sold you a Motorola RAZR charger or another knockoff made for the RAZR. This might charge your phone when the battery is working, but not when it's DEAD. Also you won't have luck plugging it into a computer USB cable because, again, the phone can't tell the computer what charge to send and most computers only produce <0.5 amps in the USB port.

Get a charger that states it is an OEM (original eqipment manufacturer) device or one that is specifically designed for the MDA (or Cingular 8125). eBay is full of them.

Bad charger (probably won't work for a dead battery)

Good Charger (correct amperage and designated for the MDA)

Jul 08, 2008 | T-Mobile MDA

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