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you can order a wall charger and two batteries on Amazon for right at 20 that you actually plug the battery into the wall not the phone because it sounds like you're charging port is broke so you my suggestion is look on Amazon for the wall charger that comes with 2 batteries for about 20
First, the battery is drained, therefore any effort to turn it on will turn out abortive. Connect the charger to the phone and leave it for about 30 minutes to see if it will charge. If it does not charge then it means there is a problem.
The problem is most likely from either the charger, the battery or the phone. You need to diagnose each of them to know where the problem is from. To diagnose them you need to test them on other devices in order to know where the problem is from. First test the charger on another phone to know if it works. Then insert the battery into another phone and try to charge, remember the battery is drained and need some minutes to boost before indicating a charge, then finally, try another battery and charger to know if it will work.
Which ever does not work of the charger and battery need to be replaced, but for the phone, it is the connection port that need to be fixed if it does not work.
replace the battery and see. when the battery is drained 100% and kept it drained for longer time period they never get charged after that but in ur case 2 weeks is too early for a battery to do that. Keep it connected for atleast 8 hrs and see , it does not work after 8 hrs then u sure need a new battery.
it means the battery is broke :( had the same problem with two of mine, i took them apart and found two damaged cells in both, so managed to make one out of two so to speck. Problem is the pcb is telling the charger the bat is broke, seems you only get 2 goes when it flashes red/green something i didnt know, So if you do manage to fix/replace the cells you'll probably end up with the same problem i've got now! I've looked about but no one seems to know or everyone is keeping it to thereselves, but im sure there must be away. I'm not sure if this helps you but just saying wot will happen next if you replace the damaged cells there are 10 in total 4volts each Good luck
Are you sure it was fully charged before? Could you see the full battery bars?
It sounds like your AC adapter (the charger) has likely gone bad. The phone battery probably wore down, and when you plugged it into the charger, the charger couldn't charge it, so the battery remained dead.
Since the battery is not charged, you can't turn the phone on at all when it's not connected to the charger. And when you do connect it to the charger and turn it on, you get the intermittent charging because something inside the adapter has a faulty connection -- sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't.
You can easily verify if the charger is the problem by getting a new charger (they're not too expensive) and seeing if the phone will work and/or charge with the new charger.
If the new charger doesn't fix the problem, post again here and we'll go from there, but I think the new charger will take care of it.
Your phone could be suffering from:
A dead battery. Replace it.
A dead Charger not charging the battery, try a different charger to confirm. If dead replace.
A faulty power on switch. You need to confirm and replace it.
A dead phone (I hope not). If nothing works then the phone may be dead. Sometimes the connections snap with the slightest of jerks and the phone goes dead. You need to carry out the fault finding and rectify the fault.
If it still does not come on then replace the phone. But in this order.