Blame it on weather maybe, I have this problem often. I found that if you don't try and charge it ALL the time, it may work better. I have even created a cradle to keep it from moving while charging. The car chargers have this problem more. Let me know if this helps.
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the mobile requires a service with solution dipped in liquid, as few resisitors and capcitors might have been still corrosive, i think you please leave the phone without battery in room temp of 26-30 deg ... for a day or two...
If you are charging the phone the SD will become unavailable. I heard it is only if using a 3rd party charger, but it also happens if you are connected to a computer via USB.
If this is not the case, it could be a formatting issue with the SD card.
To remove the card,hold the phone in landscape orientation, slide open the keyboard and you will see a little tab on the device (not on the slide part) to the right of the keyboard pad, near the bottom... open the tab with your fingernail and then you can push in the sd card to get it to release... make sure you unmount it in 'settings/sd card and internal storage' BEFORE you take the card out or you risk corrupting the info on the card...
Here's where to get hold of solutions to this common problem.
it's most likely cos
1. you don't have drivers for the usb
2. You haven't enabled usb connectivity Make sure USB Debugging is turned on. On the G1 click the Menu button and go to Settings > Applications > Development and check USB Debugging if it isn't already.
3. If everything fails, you may need to check your cable to see if it's still okay. borrow another one or buy cheaply from a reputable seller on ebay.
for more info. http://forums.t-mobile.com/t5/T-Mobile-G1/window-doesn-t-detect-G1-via-USB/m-p/366761
Your charging port is probably bad. It is a common issue. You can take it into an electronics shop and they could fix it by sending it to the manufacturer, but it might cost more than a new phone like the HTC incredible
There is a small hole on the bottom of the g1 where you charge it. Something small like a paper clip or something can fit inside and that will reset the phone to factory settings. Not sure if it will turn it on though...
Thats a tought porblem. You could find a old phone that uses the same battery and use the charger port of the old phone to charge your battery. A call to your cell provider may help finding what phone also uses your type of battery.Old phones can be bought on ebay or craigs list for cheep. Find your battery model number and google " phones that use _ _ _ _ _ battery. good luck.
take the batteries out and put it back in again and try charging
check in diff power sockets
press the end of the charging cables with little amount of pressure and have a check
try to connect via the usb cable to the computer and check if it charges, if works the charger is faulty
if still did not work then it will be firmware problem with of phone