My w300 SE wont turn on, let alone charge. If i charge it a red light flickers on the side of the phone for about a minute then NOTHING. i leave it for a while to charge, but it still wont turn on. I have tried everything.
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Try using someone else's battery in your phone and/or your battery in their phone and try charging it and turning them on. If your phone turns on now, then its something wrong w/ the battery, if not... then its something wrong with your phone. Is there any possibility that it got wet? If so, take the battery out immediately (although its probably way too late after all the attempted charging), pour some rice into a small tupperware or other sealable container, snug your phone into the rice, then bury it completely in more rice and seal the container and LEAVE IT ALONE for at least a couple days. After u take it out and plug it in... go do something away from the phone for a bit... cuz it sometimes will take a while of looking like nothing is happening. I don't know what the notification light is like on that phone. But on mine, after probably 20 minutes of nothing while charging... the charging light started to flash (indicating that it is charging, but not yet ready to be turned on), once the light was solid on, turned the phone on no problem.
I recently fixed my 955 headphones... it's probably not going to be attempted by most folks, but it saved a great set of headphones from being tossed and replaced.
Basically you need to remove the right side padding and take out the 3 screws. This gets you access to the battery. The battery is a standard 3.6V lithium battery. Pretty much the same that is in most cell phones and many small toys. You can simply replace the battery with something like: http://dx.com/s/3.7v+li
Or... here's what I did... add a lithium USB charger to the battery. http://dx.com/s/li+arduino Now, if the battery dies I can plug it into USB and the phone will work while it charges.
Have you tried leaving it to charge (with the red light on) for a few hours. The red light usually means a completely drained battery that needs a few minutes/hours to recharge.
Also, try cleaning the battery connectors with a rough toothbrush...
Mda Vario's don't charge when turned off, heres what you do.
cut wire off a usb lead the small end strip the red and black wires, put the red wire onto the posative connection where the battery is it tells you what side is posative and negative on the battery, use black with negative and red with posative making sure that no wires touch the other metal strips in the phone, replace battery plug usb into computer and start up the mda and wait for it to boot. once turned on leave to charge as it will charge through the wires connected to the battery, after 10 to 15 minutes plug in the actuall charger and try to remove usb wires without taking battery out. if that is not possable it is ok as the battery should have enough power to start up once it starts leave to charge and always keep some charge in the phone.
You're correct. It doesn't sounds like the Dash is charging. At the very least, it doesn't sound like the Dash is charging properly. If you've got a T-Mobile store near by, you might want to stop by and see what they have to say.
(Note: the Dash battery has a tendency to go bad after about 12-14 months, so it may be as simple as a battery replacement. Worst case scenario, it could be a dead charging port on the device.)
The red flashes on the phone means that you have a hardware booting up problem on your phone..... you need to take the phone to a professional model repair store and have them reflash the phone to the original firmware.