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HELP I WENT 2 CAGRGE MY PHONE AND PLUGED IN THE WRONG CHARGER IT HAD 120V. AND I THINK I BLOW THE BATTERY BBUT AM NOT REALLY SURE... I PLUGGED IN THE REAL CHARGER AND NOTHING HAPPENED ! PLEASE HELP ME I REALLY REALLY NEED IT! I CAN BE EMAIL AT: JERELL94@HOTMAIL.COM

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1.Tryed switching it on?

2.Get a new battery of the internet and ask t-mobile to put it in.

3.Reset your device by twisting your phine anti-clock wises and insert a needle into the hole.

3.Contact T-Mobile.

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