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this happens to phones that have had water damage or something else and a way that might make it work is to take the battery out for no more than 60 seconds and put it back in and push the *,# and power buttons at the same time and if the blue screen comes up, while on the screen push the buttons and hold them until it goes normal. it worked for me
With the phone off, hold * and # keys and then press power button:
- If your phone screen still dont show anything then the backlight or whole screen is broken and you would need to replace or make a technician to replace the screen. - If your phone shows a boot screen with serial numbers on it, then you would need to re-flash or reload the phone firmware to recover your phone. For that you may need some special software, a PC and your phone's USB cable. You can find tutorials and guides over the web.
To get out the bootloader screen you need to take out the battery and the re-flash procedure delete all your data so I recomend you to download it with your phones PC software.
This worked for me - I had to do it several times because I never figured out whether to start with the phone "off" or "on".
Press # * and the "end call (red)" buttons simultaneously and hold for several sections. Then power phone off and back on. I read this was the equivalent of "safe mode" booting for a RAZR. My phone has performed flawlessly since I did this on the 6th of February!