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Cannot get the menu page and cannot turn off

Suddenly, when charging my iPhone, I don't see the green battery sign; also, the phone won't turn off and I cannot get the main menu page to come on the screen. I can make and receive calls and see the phone page, but that is all! Help!

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Remove the battery for few minutes and then start your iphone again

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