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My phone turns off every time i unplug the charger i dont know how to fix it

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Sounds like your battery is dead, and can't charge.

when you unplug it from the charger, can you power it back on?
if not, its not retaining a charge, and you will need to get a replacement one. remember to dispose of it correctly. don't just throw it in the trash.
use a proper recycling program.

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Since you let the battery die, just remove the battery and leave it for about 5 minutes, then you fix the battery back on the phone. Then you connect the charger to the phone first before connecting the charger to the power outlet, leave it for about 30 minutes, then unplug the charger from the phone and power it on, this time it will turn on properly.

When the phone turns on, ensure you delete some unnecessary files away from the phone in order to free the phones memory.

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ok i had this isssue and figure out what to do. this is all afterm you know that you have a good charger and or battery.

1. completely turn of phone unplug charger.
2. take and put battery back in phone and plug charger.
3. hold hit camera button and power buton. phone will come on if the update was washed it will come straight on. if not you will see the blue LED dont worry yet. just keep holding for 15 sec.
4. while phone blue LED is still on hit and hold (drum Role) menu and track ball for 15 sec.
5. now unplug charger and take out battery. wait 10 sec
6. now put battery back in and leave charger off. and turn on. unless you was in middle of update and hardware failed this WILL bring your G1 back up and running.



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Sometimes you can charge from other sources than the charger that came with the phone. You generally will need enough charge on the battery to start the phone.

Example: If I have enough battery to where the boots and turns off, I can generally get it to charge from USB or my car adapter. You will need to get the phone to turn on and boot most of the way up before it will take a low current charge. If my phone is so dead it will not even turn on, I must plug it into the AC adapter. Sometimes even then the light does not turn on right away.

The problem is probably due to the number of amps provided by the charger. When the battery is totally dead, the charging circuit is drawing so many amps that it will prevent low amp chargers from being able to do the job. That's why these phones have such heavy duty AC adapters.

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