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Not even able to turn on my phone.. etc

I can't turn my phone on, even after charging it for 3 hours. There is red flashing underneath the right most button... Also, I hooked it up to my computer, but of course that doesn't do a thing considering it is off.

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Hi,
Try taking out the battery overnight and remove memory card. Then on the following day replace the battery (don't put the memory card in) and try turning it on. If this doesn't help then the phone needs to be flashed (SEUS/wotanserver/mobile operator). Good luck!

Posted on Dec 14, 2007

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