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[Q] samsung galaxy ace gt-s5830 wont turn on

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6th July 2014, 02:19 AM   |  #1  
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i am using this phone since more than 2 years.
It was working perfectly fine until yesterday i tried connecting the charger but it didn't indicate charging, so i tried another charger and another socket, but it didn't work.
Then i thought i need to restart it, so i turned it off and after that its not turning on.
i never tried rooting or such, i was using the official android 2.3.6

please let me know if there is s solution to it.
Thanks
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i am using this phone since more than 2 years.
It was working perfectly fine until yesterday i tried connecting the charger but it didn't indicate charging, so i tried another charger and another socket, but it didn't work.
Then i thought i need to restart it, so i turned it off and after that its not turning on.
i never tried rooting or such, i was using the official android 2.3.6

please let me know if there is s solution to it.
Thanks

Try taking out the battery and then putting it in and switching on. Was the battery out of juice? How old is the battery? If that doesn't work try changing the battery. Do post the result. Hope I Helped
6th July 2014, 11:14 AM   |  #3  
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Try taking out the battery and then putting it in and switching on. Was the battery out of juice? How old is the battery? If that doesn't work try changing the battery. Do post the result. Hope I Helped

i believe the battery is fine, cuz i have tried it in another phone
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i believe the battery is fine, cuz i have tried it in another phone

Can you go to Recovery Mode (Home+ Power button) and Download Mode (Vol Down+ Home+ Power button)?
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Can you go to Recovery Mode (Home+ Power button) and Download Mode (Vol Down+ Home+ Power button)?

none of them works
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none of them works

Try charging the phone a bit and then switch it on. If that doesn't work either, better consult the Service Center as it could be some kind of a hardware fault. Hope I Helped
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Try charging the phone a bit and then switch it on. If that doesn't work either, better consult the Service Center as it could be some kind of a hardware fault. Hope I Helped

okk... i'll do that.... thanks
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Once it happened for me too. Remove the battery and insert it but not fully, gently push it towards the pin. Connect the charger and turn the switch on the socket. Wait for a few seconds. Your phone might be okay now and now it may indicate the charging sign.
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MZ

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