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Al right what you want to do is go to a T-mobile store and regester your device... But then the only way to do that is getting the sidekick plain with them and when there will be a G instead of the phone icon... When you turn your phone off then back you will be able to put a username and password on it...
When the battery is totally depleted, you will need to use a charger that came with the phone. Sometimes it will take a few mintues (give it 10) for the battery/charging circuit to come on.
Sometimes you can charge from other sources than the charger that came with the phone. You generally will need enough charge on the battery to start the phone.
Example: If I have enough battery to where the boots and turns off, I can generally get it to charge from USB or my car adapter. You will need to get the phone to turn on and boot most of the way up before it will take a low current charge. If my phone is so dead it will not even turn on, I must plug it into the AC adapter. Sometimes even then the light does not turn on right away.
The problem is probably due to the number of amps provided by the charger. When the battery is totally dead, the charging circuit is drawing so many amps that it will prevent low amp chargers from being able to do the job. That's why these phones have such heavy duty AC adapters.