My phone keeps turning on and off automatically when hooked up to charger.
There is no charge on the battery and when it turns on it says battery to low will have to shut down the phone. Then it charges for about 3-sec and then comes back on again and repeats the same cycle. I tried taking the battery out and it didn't work. No reset button behind battery to try. Anybody got any better things to try?
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it's not to worry about your phone when your phone does not start automatic because in the only region off your better dead. you just live your phone into a charge sometimes after you can see your phone is automatic restart
Some of these chargers are automatic to the point of aggravation. They will only operate when they are connected to a battery with at least a small residual charge. Not sure if this charger is one of those. Try hooking it up to a known good battery. It that works, and you are trying to charge a dead battery, first use jumper cables from a good battery to the dead one for a few minutes. Then hookup your charger to the dead battery. That should give it enough charge to prime the charger into working, and you could then remove the jumper cables.---- but be careful!!! wear safety goggles.
It could be that moisture got into the battery terminals. Take a Qtip and wipe the battery terminals inside the phone and also on your battery.
Then try installing the battery again and then hook up the AC charger. Try booting up. I had a cell phone once, it was a Nokia and it did something similar. I had plugged the car charger in while I was in the car and I heard a noise like it shorted. I took the phone to trade it in when I purchased a new Nokia and I noticed that the store clerk had taken my phone that would not boot up and hooked it to an AC charger. It powered up. I still purchased the new phone, but try the AC charger and see what happens. If it powers up, it might be the battery. Let the battery charge for about 4 hours, don't keep it charged overnight. Overnight charging will ruin the battery. If the phone still doesn't work, I'd say bring it in and see if you can get it looked at.
I too have been experiencing problems. Replaced the battery but it happened again.
The battery says it is at almost 100% capacity however several times in the day, when I go to turn it on it doesn't respond. I end up taking the battery out and then have to connect it to a charger (USB) so that the charging light blinks red once and then turns off. I can then put in the battery again and it will start up again.
If I don't connect it to the charger cable to drain (get the red light to flash once), and try just putting back in the battery, I've noticed that the screen has a faint glow as though it was on but the screen is completely blank.
I'm starting to think that there must be a short circuit somewhere because I'm going to assume that the new battery is good.