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Charging prob... I plug my phone to charge the battery, it begins but after a few seconds a message appears that says : "Unable to charge" When I press the power button it sometimes turn on but at the insert pin screen i try to input the pin NO but any button i press lower the volume...

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May be the charger is not correct... if it is correct also the pin hole which connect the cell may have became big.... or ur cell charging pin is damaged.... just try with the another charger... u will get rid of it...

if it doesnt works means surely the charging pin in cell is damaged... get replaced with the technician....

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