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Since you have mentioned about an hardware stress on the phone, the contacts to the display of the phone needs to be checked. Something has broken so that the power to the display or the power button is not working . Have it checked at a phone repair shop mentioning these points
If you've forgotten your pattern or password lock for your Samsung Galaxy Pocket GT-25300, you may need to do a hard reset. Here's how!
Simultaneously hold down the volume up button, the Home button (the button in the center below the screen) and the Power button.
Keep holding. After a few seconds the logo Samsung Galaxy Pocket; then release the button. Check your phone boots in recovery mode. Select "wipe data / factory reset". Use the volume rocker to highlight this option and confirm the selection by pressing the Home button (in this mode, touching the screen does not work).
Select "Yes - delete all user data" in a similar manner on the following menu.Wait a few seconds while the full reset. The phone will return to the first menu.
Select "reboot system now". In a few minutes, the phone will boot normally without asking data from your account.
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tis might be due to the instalation of some new softwares u"ve installed or due to in-correct os instalation... nothin 2 worry... tis usually happens in certain mobiles...its jus lyk ur pc gettin handg up... jus turn ur mobile and restart it... or get it to any nearest sevice station and install ur software again....
i have a $1256 samsung 40'' lcd i have had it for about 1.5 years..just long enough for the warranty to expire..i went to turn the tv on like nomal but all i got was a ed blinking light..and than it would go out after the relay inside clicked a few times.tryed all the to fix it my self..new power cord,diffrent outlet,letting it sit unpluged for 24hrs.ect..finally i took it off the wall took the back off to see if any fusses were blown out. nothing it all looked good to me.so i took my air commpeser to it and blew the whole thing out..put it all back together..and it turned on red light was off and just a hint of light at the edge of the screen...so i was like ok and began to play my ps3 and after about 45 min i just shut off ..nothin would work back to the blinking ed light.i have not messed with it for 3 weeks and yesterday tryed it again.nothin but relay click and red light...so i hit my tv at the bottom by the switch and i came on...i couldnt believe my eyes..it was short lived after watching it for 5 hrs tuned it off and went to bed...in the morning i ran down stairs to turn on my tv..but yet again black..i was not going to spend $300 to $700 to get it fixed..so to day i got my air commpeser and blew it out again..this time i was messing with the power cord right where is hooks to the tv and the red light stayed on solid like it was in stand-by so i pressed the power button and it turned on..so long story..check the power cord and blow out you tv.."but be carful"
there is a single capacitor on the main power board that has burned out. I found another site that had a great step by step with pics but now cant find the link...if you take the unit apart and look at the board where the power cord is connected...run your finger across the top of the black and silver capacitors you will find one that is slightly buldging up...that is your problem child...a new one cost a whole $1.62 at Frys...it cost me 3 bucks for the solder since I couldn't find mine...it took about 35 minutes to repair...the hardest part is flipping the board over and melting the correct solder point ....search around and see if you can find the web site I mentioned he did a great job of explaining it...his fix was for a slightly newer model but it was spot on...good luck