After charging the phone for some minutes in the car and using it a bit, the next day the phone did not turn on and does not accept charging. When I conect it to the computer or to the car charger or try to turn it on, nothing works :-( It was the second charge the phone is brand new, but worked well before.
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Try using someone else's battery in your phone and/or your battery in their phone and try charging it and turning them on. If your phone turns on now, then its something wrong w/ the battery, if not... then its something wrong with your phone. Is there any possibility that it got wet? If so, take the battery out immediately (although its probably way too late after all the attempted charging), pour some rice into a small tupperware or other sealable container, snug your phone into the rice, then bury it completely in more rice and seal the container and LEAVE IT ALONE for at least a couple days. After u take it out and plug it in... go do something away from the phone for a bit... cuz it sometimes will take a while of looking like nothing is happening. I don't know what the notification light is like on that phone. But on mine, after probably 20 minutes of nothing while charging... the charging light started to flash (indicating that it is charging, but not yet ready to be turned on), once the light was solid on, turned the phone on no problem.
What this this simply mean from your explanation indicate that the new phone battery you just bought is not compatible with the phone what you need to do to solve the problem of the phone is to get your self the old battery back look at it very well then take it to the store to get the same battery make .
with this the problem of the phone will be solve .
That depends on what service provider you are using. For instance, if it were AT&T, they charge $1 per day and $0.10 per minute. The $1 per day is only charged if you use the phone that day. Text messages are usually charged at $0.20/msg that includes outgoing and incoming.
it seems you have not charged your cell for initial 24 hrs and used the mobile as per the policy of every mobile company. Anyway, switch off your mobile and keep it on charging for next 24 hrs. In case it doesnot works after that also, go for replacement with the vendor.
Have you tried powering the phone off and removing the battery? Cleaning the charging contacts on the phone and the charger? Inspect the charging port to make sure there wasn't any damage from the fall. Then restart the device.