My phone is a year old. Occasionally, after charging, it fails to switch on again. This has happened four or five times. After leaving it alone for several hours I've found that it works again - but not this time. At first, it continued to work while plugged in via the charging adaptor, but as soon as I unplugged it, it switched off. Now it won't work at all - whether plugged in or not. If I plug it in, it tells me it is charging the battery, or that the battery is full, but it won't switch on.
Is my phone dead? And is the Viewty generally an unreliable phone?
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short battery life is contributed to these, 1. Old battery 2. Lots of apps running in the background 3. Taking lots of photos 4. Charging the phone when it does not need a full charge 5. Leaving your phone in direct heat or cold 6. Dropping the phone 7. Leaking battery 8. 1 year or more old battery 9. Continuously talking and charging at the same time 10. Ensure to contact your insurance to see if the battery is protected under your plan
Its a software problem.try format first,here is the way: make sure your battery full charge,remove the battery from phone than insert back.press and hold *button, 3button, send(call) button then press and hold power on. wait for a moment till formatting appear on your display.now you may release your fingers.and let the procces done.if work your phone will back to factory setting.Good luck.
Restart the phone and then try again, See if it charges when you plug in the cable. Make sure it shows some charging symbol on the phone.
If nothing shows up when you plug your HTC S620 on to the computer then your charging port on your HTC Dash needs to be replaced.
Send you phone HTC Dash in for repair to Dr. Cell Phone. They are the largest HTC Repair Service Provider in the US.
It appears that the phone is not charging the battery. you may need a new charging connector or mainboard repair. You can get a free repair diagnosis and estimate from www.fixphonenow.com cell phone repair services.
Nokia sometimes has a glitch where if the battery is too low it will not start properly again. Let it charge for some time when turned off - a couple hours, so it has enough battery power then remove the battery for 5-10 minutes, put the battery back in and try start it. What this does is re-sets the phone so it can start again. Also if there are problems during use that solution usually fixes it as well. What is happening is due to a low battery it tries to resume where it left off and cannot load itself properly to do so. Letting it go completely dead with no battery for a few minutes lets it drop it's old info and reload it's info to work again.
Go back to AT&T, or find somebody else who has a Blackjack II and put thier battery in the phone to see if this 'jump starts' it. I have had the same problem now 3 times. There seems to be a consistent issue with Blackjacks just not charging after a while, then the battery runs down and you can't turn the phone on again. 1st time AT&T put a new battery in mine and it turned straight on! 3 weeks later it happend again and they gave me a new phone AND another new battery. 3 weeks later the same thing has happened again with thenew phone. Never seen this happen with any other phone model.
Verizon 700wx:I had the same problem. With little or no movement, the phone would go from charging to not over and over. At home with it perfectly still it would charge maybe 1/4 in 6 hours. Same problem with 3 different chargers. With the battery out, I dipped a Q-tip in rubbing alcohol squeeze out excess and jammed it into the charging port on the phone. Put the battery back in and oh **** nothing. Took it back out and let it dry for a few minutes and were back in business. No more charging problems at all.
May be a little risky, but warranty was up and what did I have to lose. Anyway good luck!
Okay, I searched and searched until I found a solution that worked for me. I tried the USB thing, I got my phone to turn on once, but never to charge. Here's what I did:
(Do this at your own risk) I zapped my battery with a 9v battery. One wire on each terminal and then held it to the MDA battery (positive to positive, negative to negative) for about three seconds. I did this about five times. (Don't let the wires touch while they are connected to the 9v battery.) I IMMEDIATELY plugged my phone into a wall charger, NOT my computer (The computer wouldn't charge my phone). As soon as it was connected to the wall charger, I turned it on. After starting up, the orange light came on, and it started charging. I was skeptical about this solution at first, but trying everything else I resolved to do this and then if it didn't work buy a new battery, but it worked and my MDA is charging as I'm typing. The original ideal came from a post on the xda-developers website by dew1989. I added the additional steps that got my battery charging again. I hope this helps!