Got home last night, plugged to charge, in the morning the charge was full, i disconnected it adn jumped in shower, when i got out i noticedc it was vibrating, looked to see if there was incoming cll or msg (i usually keep it on vibrate for school and work), but none were coming in... i tried turning it off, playing with the loud, vibrate only, silent options, even took out the battery, as soon as i put the battery back in... all shook up.
there anything i can do?
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I've got this same problem :( Turns on when I plug it in to the USB, stays on when I disconnect it but if I turn it off I can't turn it back on again. It is showing a "battery low" warning and I tried to charge it via the USB last night, but it seems to stop charging after a while and despite being left for a good time last night, this morning it is the same and I've had another battery low warning.
I've just found the full pdf manual online, and have found (on page 80) a reference to it not always behaving stably when connected via a USB hub. I'm going to try to charge it via a direct port and see if that fixes it.
disconnected the battery last nite, reconnected this morning, started right away.
I noticed a cell phone charger was plugged in, I am hoping this is the thing that was draining the battery, if not, will look further.