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Phone problem Dropped my fone put in charger it and it won't load up only htc on screen and then it goes.took of the charger left it then turn it on it came on after a while it says low battery when I put in the charger it goes again

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When you dropped your phone a wire inside of the phone must have snapped and disconnected the phone from the energy switch. I would take it to the company that supports your phone ex. LIME, Digicel Etc. I hope I help

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