Question about Motorola Mobility Boost i415 Cellular Phone
My samsung intensity wont turn on, its completely dead. Its not the charger cuz it charges my cousins phone fine, and its the charger that came with my phone. Ive cleaned it and that didnt help, when i plug it in it does nothing, if i unplug it it flashes with the verizon wireless logo then goes back to being dead, if i try turning it on it flashes the verizon wireless logo again then just turns off.... its been plugged in for a half hour now and no change...PLEASE HELP!
More often then not its the battery even tho the battery is fully charged as it may seem. The rel test is get a new battery not your friends battery tho but a new one put it in there and let it charge. If that doe not work then the phone's logic board has been effected and it may or might not be worth reviving. But check the battery first.
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Posted on May 26, 2010
My phone did the same thing yet does not flash the Verizon wireless logo it is just black and will not do anything if i turn it on.
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