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My phone just shut off out of no where. The battery was low but the LED hadn't started flashing green nor did I get the SOS message. The screen would either stay black and the LED would flash red or the hour glass on a white screen would come up. When I put it on the charger it took about 15 minutes but did eventually power back on. I mean my phone works now but I've never had my phone completely die like that nor have I heard of friends' phones doing that!

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