The phone was low on battery and it died but when i connected it to its charger it wouldnt receive the charge and now the phone wont turn on at all the charger is fine because it works on other samsung phones just not this one . I think my phone is broken
because i tried putting my mom's phone
battery in my phone (we have the same
phone) and it didnt work,
but when i put my battery in my mom's phone,
her phone continued to work fine :o
i dont know whats wrong with my phone!
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Re: phone won't turn on
Dear there is clear problem in your charging place that can not transfer the charge to the cell part till it remins to the bettry not move forward into the moblie..
so let the check of charging place below mobile
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connect the charger to the socket, then connect the charger to your laptop. if it does not charge remove it for 5mins, connect the charger back. it will work now. sometimes when the battery is fully charged and you remove the charger and connect it back it may not charge until the battery is low;lets say 99%.
i fell asleep and forgot to put my iphone on the charger and the battery died... i put it on the charger the next morning and it wouldnt charge or turn on. it just had the battery icon with a red line in it with the little bolt underneath. i let it sit on the charger for a few hours and still got nuthing..i thought i was gonna have to connect it to itunes and restore it and lose my jailbreak...but i didnt...i just put my iphone into dfu mode, then took it out of dfu mode and put it back on the charger. after a few minutes the iphone turned back on and i still had my jailbreak and everything. i jailbroke on jailbreakme.com a few weeks ago. i dont think that site is up anymore... hope this helps somebody :)
Some phones won't work until the phone's battery has a minimum amount of charge before you can use it with a charger connected. This often due to the fact that the charger doesn't provide enough power to operate the phone by itself. It can only provide the trickle amount of power to slowly charge the battery. Let the charger stay connected long enough for a 15 - 15% charge on the battery and then try again.
I think I had the same problem. You do not write if your device were connected to the PC. My device was, and I finally got the suspicision, that it died because the battery was so low, that it crashed when the PC polled it as an usb unit. So, I connected the unit directly to the charger unit that came with the unit, and now it works. So, try to connect directly to your charger, when your battery is totally drained.
It won't turn on because battery is too low. Another benefit of lithium ion batteries. When they are depleted, the internal controller / charge circuitry on battery disables it.
You didn't mention what kind of phone other than Motorola. If it has a USB connector to charge through, make sure that you are using a motorola approved charger. There is a way to make the USB connectors (charger side) indicate a particular class and rating. If this doesn't match what the phone expects, then you will likely get a Cannot Charge message or similar.
That being said, this usually only happens with AC wall chargers. I have yet to see it happen with a vehicle charger, though I don't rule it out.
1) Battery is warn out and cannot charge any more.
2) The charger unit is defective.
3) The internal power circuit in the phone is no longer functioning.
The list above is in order from the most common to the least common types of failures that will stop the battery from charging or holding charge.
The fix for the first two is to change the battery and or the charger depending on the fault. The fix for the third is to change the circuit board(s) in the phone that has the power circuits for the battery.