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Can't turn it on. The charger seems to be working cause the mobile turns hot while charging.

My N99i does not turn on, the charger seems to be working fine. But the mobile shows nothing on the screen. Is there any button were I can reset it? Tks!

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Check the battery, it could be dead

Posted on May 25, 2009

  • Rodolfo Atun May 25, 2009

    check the battery, it could be dead

  • Rodolfo Atun May 25, 2009

    check the battery, it could be dead

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