Question about HTC EVO 4G Smartphone
Try a new battery if you have one available.
-If you don't, and have friend with same phone or similar, check to see if the batteries are the same
-Try a different charger. (sometimes your charger head becomes loose and useless)
-Wiggle Cable - see if creates light to come on or off.
-If under year warrenty - call cell provider, usually will replace your phone under manufactor's one year warrenty - ex. easier to deal with getting a replacement from Verizon rather than straight thru Motorola
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
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