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Re: Won't turn on
Your Mainboard is faulty. I had an Eten M600 like that before and ended up it die totally. Eten had many problem with their board. If you still have warranty, contact them for a replacement. Nothing you can do about it since the board is failed to boost due to Power failure.
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Remove the battery then connect the charger without the battery. Then hold down the power button for a few seconds. The red light may come up for a quick second during this process.
Don't remove the charger. After the red light goes off then insert the battery and check if the light turns amber or orange.
Leave it in orange or amber light state for about 2 minutes. After that, try to turn it on. If it turns on then it is resolved. If not then there is a hardware problem with your phone and it needs to be checked at any HTC Service Center.
Power off the device, then hold the Volume Down and Enter buttons at the same time, then press the Power button. A message should come up asking if you’re sure you want to do this, let go of the buttons you held down and press the Volume Up button to accept, or any other button to cancel the reset.
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your charger port is most likely broken. if you try another charger and get the same thing- replace the phone, it cannot be repaired- unfortunately is not covered by warranty (it is if you bought the insurance for it) and once you replace it- NEVER use the original cords from the original phone or it might happn again.
Something similar happened to me. I finally gave up on my wall charger and tried connecting my PDA to my computer and pressed reset button several times. I left it connected overnight and It was working by the next morning. My guess is that my battery was completely drained and my wall charger quit working.
Remove the battery from the mobile, press the power button, for 30 seconds.
Re attach the charger , switch on the phone. If it turns on switch it off again and reinsert the battery and check.
If none of the above steps work, you would have to take it in for repairs as there could be a problem with the power supply inside the phone , that would require special tools to open
In general I find these sort of problems can be fixed by the below
If the Tomtom loses battery power it might cease to function with a blank screen but will show a green light when you charge it. The trick is charge it on the mains charger for at least two hours. Then reset the device with a paper clip. If you get no reponse hold down the on button for at least 20 secs and the device will show the Tomtom logo and play a drum roll and startup normally.
Hello, it isn't that simple as a broken charger. Try the following thing. Connect battery to the PDA, check that the battery LID is connected FIRMLY to the body (there is a contact there that woun't allow the PDA to start if the lid isn't connected properly, you may want to check it too, look carefully for a small black thing and check that it can be pressed). Then connect the pda for half hour to the charger, even if no light or amber led is flashing. Then make a master reset as showed here and connect the PDA to a usb sync cable with your computer. Press simultaneous the soft reset and the power button, then press only the soft reset button. The PDA should start. If not, there is a problem with a DC converter component on the mainboard or the connector I was talking about before. Even if the charger is broken, your PDA should power on from USB cable. Good luck, feel free to ask further questions and always remember to rate replies received from this site :)