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someone should help :) because i just had the same issue! (starting yesterday). i went to the tmobile store and had them look at my phone. they tried my battery in someone else's phone and it worked, so it isn't the battery. the red light doesn't come on when it's supposed to be "charging" -- which it's not doing that either. but all the people at tmobile told me was that it's the actual phone.. yet they didn't tell me how to solve the issue or if i could get a new one or what.. all they said was that i was eligible for a 2 year upgrade.
what do i do with my phone and how can i get it to work?! i need the numbers out of it. thanks.
look for the specifications on www.ebay.in. and choose one specified for your model. if you use higher, then the battery will charge faster but is harmful for the battery. if lower than it will take longer to charge. but safer.
There is usualy no certain way to tell whats to blame on a bad phone without testing, but in your case I think that it is your phone that is malfunctioning. A low/bad battery either doesn't turn on or if it does it will at leat allow the phone to go on and then displays low battery before shutting off.
If you are out of warranty period, then you can easily flash this phone fo much cheaper than purchasing a new one. I would ecoment that you first take it o a repair place to be examined.