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please try with another full charge battery and you can see is there any wrong with your mobile or battery,
if it is problem with mobile it can be hardware damage of the charging circuit.
go for phone repair shop,
hi,its a power problem,the power switch is faulty so you have to take it to a mobile phone engineer for repair,or you also get a new battery for the phone and try to enquire from the mobile phone engineer if its not a virus.thanks.
Try switching off the phone leave it off for some time and then switch it off...
If this doesnt remove the battery and put it back on... and then switch on the cell phone...
This must do the trick...
A small piece of advice mate... Never charge your phone for a whole night... Just put the cell phone for charge for some 2 - 3 hrs or till the batteries are fully charged... Your cell phone's battery would become weak if you charge for a considerably longer duration than required... And i am pretty sure that the problem you got now is joust because of that...
first connect the charger to the mobile and charge it fully and then switch on it.
if its not switching on it again, take the phone to the dealer where u procured it since it a new one.
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