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Charging problem Basically my phone won't charge. When i plug in the charger all i get is some irritating orange flashing light on the back, but the phone doesn't charge when this happens. My phone went flat when i was talking on the phone and so i thought this was fine because i'd charge it after. so i put in my wall charger and it wouldn't charge. i thought it was the charger that was the problem so i went and bought a new one but it still wouldn't charge. so i tried the usb cable and it turned on for a sec then switched back off. now when i plug it in to the computer only the stupid orange camera light turns on. HELP!

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Try to change the battery.........

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