Question about Cell Phones
Try removing the battery and inserting it again. Turn it on. That should do it.
If that won't work, try charging the phone without the battery.
This will give your phone direct power supply and you can confirm whether the problem is from your phone or the battery.
If the phone works, then your battery may have burned and you need a replacement.
Posted on May 08, 2014
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