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Frozen not doing anything

I had it plugged into my computer to charge it and reboot my computer not thinking about it and now it is frozen how do i turn it off or re set it

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Allow your battery to discharge for few hours and as soon as it gets low battery indicator until it shuts down , plug and recharge this again this will resolve your prob, as if it was refreshed.  it only hangs for a while, but it will soon recover..
cheers

Posted on Nov 25, 2008

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