Question about Samsung Cell Phones
Four possible situations.
1. The firmware froze. If this is the case, you should be able to correct the problem by removing the battery and leave it out for 3 - 5 minutes while all power is drained from the circuitry in the device. Once you re-install the battery, the phone should re-initialize and boot up. This assumes that the battery is good and has a charge.
2. If that doesn't solve the problem try this step. Charge the battery overnight and don't use the device while its charging. In the morning, attempt step 1 over again and see if the device turns when you re-insert the battery.
3. If that doesn't solve the problem, you either have a battery that won't charge or a dead device. I would take the device to your local provider and have them try to get it to come on. They will be able to quickly determine if its the battery or a dead device.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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