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My v3xx does not charge

It even turns off without turning it off. what should i do? i've heard of reprogramming it, how?

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Re: my v3xx does not charge

Its not so much reprograming it. The charging issue might be your chargerport, are actual charger. Did you try putting it on a different charger? Also, if its turning off, you may need to flash your phone. Bring it to a local service center or your service provider and they will flash it right on the site. Should take no more than 15 min to do and your phone shouldnt turn off anymore. This all assuming you do not have liquid damage. If you have any other questions, just check my profile and ill be more than happy to help you.

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just go to your near cellphone shop

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