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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First Option: mostly nokia chargers doesn't make problems... just try the following.. connect ur mobile with a system (usb cable)... found out whether it is charging or not... if the same prblm appears then there is a prblm in ur cell phone or power jack(socket)... if it charged with usb cable buy a new charger Please change Phone Bettery and check the charging IF Charging Problem not Solved So
Second Option: Your Phone charging IC Fault So Please change charging IC And charging Problem will Solved Quickly
This happened to me one time. I had to replace the battery inside the phone, I found a battery at Walmart. Sometimes some phones also have a unique battery that is also found at radio shack. You can charge a phone all you want but if the battery is old it is time to replace the battery-then you will be charging a new battery. Sidenote, also some phones last about four years and then just after fair wear and tear just go kapoot and die. It is probably your battery, try a battery first, good luck.
Remove the battery and clean the battery terminals , the terminals in the phone using a clean earbud. Now replace and charge the battery to the full, remove adapter and charge again. if the battery does not last more than a day then it is possible that the battery has failed. it can happen if your charging cycle was not systematic. Also check and see if the phone heats up as this can be due to some board issues.
check the battery if you've had the phone a year chances are the battery is defective, cell phone battries usually last only 200-300 charging cycles have it tested by a battery dealer or just replace it once you get it to turn on make sure your charging port is charging the phone
Your battery is either not charged or the battery cell is completely gone.
I'll advice that you get another battery and give it a trial, also look out for the charging port. Check if it is not rust in any way because, if the charging port is rust, it will be difficult for the charger to contact the charging port.
I believe what's wrong with your phone is a minor fault, just do a thorough check and you will find a solution to the problem.
Hi Friend, Initially u remove the sim card,battery from the mobile phone keep it for 30 sec,then replace the battery and the sim card.Now hold the switch on button for 5 sec.now u will be able to switch on the mobile.Now u can charge ur mobile
- First check if your phone is charging at all when plugged in. - Switch the phone off and on (obviously not if it's switched off) - Take out the battery, put it back in (making sure it's charged), and try again - Take out the memory card (and restart) - If you can, check the memory card for errors. - Take out the usim and check what happens when you restart the phone without it. - If you can, check the usim in another 3usim-compatible phone.
With every step, make sure the contacts (sim/mem/batt) aren't covered in dust
If it's still not starting up, give the customer service centre and they should be able to help you further
i left my phone charging over night becasue i was using the alarm, when i woke up the phone was off and wouldnt turn back on, ive tried different batterys and chargers, sometimes when i plug the charger in the I.R in the side flashes, i dont know what else to try is there anything?