Question about Cell Phones
You could try charging it for a while if the battery had died before
this happened. Smartphones don't like it when the battery dies. Other
than that you would probably need to do a master reset. To do that
remove the battery so the phone powers off, and then hold the center of
the D-pad down while powering the phone on.
Keep holding the center button until it prompts you to master reset ( it will look like a DOS screen). Keep in mind that this will erase all information from the phone and restore it to an out of the box state. Now there is a posibility that your information may be gone anyway, but try charging the battery for a few hours before you do anything else.
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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