This is the second time this has happened. A few moths ago I let the battery completely die, then charged it and it said charge complete. Unplugged the charger and everything died. It's just black! Took the batter and SIM card out, put it back together, nothing. Put SIM card in another Motorola - same thing (charge complete, nothing). Took both phones back to Best Buys, the guy took the SIM card out of the other phone, put it back in the SLVR and it just worked! Well, I did it again - let the battery die; now the exact same thing is happening: "charge complete", then black. Any ideas?
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Some phones won't work until the phone's battery has a minimum amount of charge before you can use it with a charger connected. This often due to the fact that the charger doesn't provide enough power to operate the phone by itself. It can only provide the trickle amount of power to slowly charge the battery. Let the charger stay connected long enough for a 15 - 15% charge on the battery and then try again.
The phone should never be left to die out of charge anytime for good health of battery and phone.
So the problem is that the battery has completely died out so its not getting charged again, it bound to happen sometimes. So all you need to do is get it to a repair shop and just boost the battery initially so that it starts charging again.
Its similar to jump start in a car. So do not worry its a cheap fix only and never let it again to die out of charge.
Let ur phone completely die. Don't charge it or anything when the low battery notice comes on. After it completely dies, put it on the charger only until it says charge complete. U might have to do it a few times to get ur battery performing as it should. If you charge ur battery too often, it causes ur battery to swell (weird I know) and your battery starts resisting charge. Hope this helps!! (I used to have the same phone and the same problem. I did this, and now my mom is using the phone and has an exceptional battery time)
Listen everyone this is what happened to me and what I did. Let the battery drain completely (unplugged from computer). It usually takes 5 to 6 hours to drain completely. Then plug back in and hold the back and down button at the same time. Zune should resume functioning afterwards. All that is needed is a recharge.