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Can't charge the battery anymore (device was not used during couple of months)

Battery is not charging any more. Device was not used during a couple of weeks.

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Pls first confirm the charger is working or not and then kindly leave the pda for like 2 hours on charge it will start charging , when u store these devices for longer period kindly fully charge the battery and then store , when battery drains during non use it drops to a certain level from where it might come back or might not , pls leave the battery on charge for like 2 or 3 hours first and then u will see charging signs or light

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Your iPhone is probably fine! When a device using a battery isn't used for an extended period of time, the battery still loses its charge. More than likely, the battery is completely drained and will require you to have it plugged in for 15 to 30 minutes before even getting a charge indication. The time varies depending on device.

Keep it plugged in for about 2 hours and check back! As long as it was working fine when you stopped using it, it should power on!

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