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Doesn't power on

Might be the power button. Anybody an idea to open the cover, without smashing to the wall ;)

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Button integrated in cover was slightly bended, for that reason the outside button was not able to push the inside button.

I removed the cover by putting my nails in between the body and the front cover and pull.

Inside the phone I was able to push the very small black button with my nail.

Good luck!

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