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Try holding down the power key for 30 seconds. You should see a white indicator light blink. If not then plug it into a charger that you know works. If your not using the original charger it may not be getting enough power. You may need to charge it for a couple of hours and then attempt to turn it on while on the charger by holding down the power button for atleast 30 secs or untill it turns on.
I experienced the very same problem twice. The red led would either stayed on all the time when charger was connected or it blink whenever I'd push the power button on the phone, but the phone would not turn on. My solution was to unplug the charger, take out the battery and the sim, keep them separated for at least 48-72 hours, then put back the battery, connect the charger again (don't use your computer's usb port, use a real wall charger, preferably the original one), turn on the phone. If it doesn't turn on immediately, let it charge for a few hours and then try to turn it on. I revived this phone twice using this method, first time I thought I was just lucky, but apparently it's reproducible.
Plug your phone in the charger and then take out the battery and put it back in. Or you can push the button to turn your phone on and then plug it in while it is starting up and it should catch on and start charging. It is definitely an annoying glitch, but a simple solution
This has happened to me twice - the first instance occurred when I'd only had the phone a few days and the second occurred today after months of trouble-free use.
On both occasions the phone wouldn't charge via the mains charger - it wouldn't switch on even when plugged in and neither the battery or the charger were warm to the touch after hours of charging, indicating that nothing was happening.
The solution for me was to connect the phone to my PC via the USB cable - nothing happened at first, the PC didn't recognise the phone and it remained lifeless. However, I left it attached to my PC and after 10-15 minutes it suddenly whirred into life.
The battery was COMPLETELY flat despite my attempts at mains charging, so I let it charge via USB for a while then transferred it to the mains charger. This time the mains charger worked.
I've no idea why, but this has worked for me twice so give it a try.
if the light indicates but its not charging. one other thing you can do is a soft reset.take out your SIM card and batter for 30 seconds then replace the SIM card, and hold on to the R button and at the same time replace your battery, your phone should turn on and restart twice. but it will come on.
what you have to do is to clean your phone using isoprophyl alcohol i mean you clean the main mother board then you dry it using hair dryer ,after all that try to replace the battery it has reach it death neal the cells inside they are no longer able to hold the charge.advice by dogy.