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P168 - shut down

My cell battery died, shut down normal , said it was powering down due to low battery. i fully charged the battery and cannot turn my phone back on! Help i have two batteries and neither one turns my phone on but they r both fully charged.

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  • Anonymous Mar 02, 2009

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Try wiping off the connections n hold button down for a min.

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