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[Solved] battery drained out and now stuck on battery charging screen

26th July 2011, 10:58 PM   |  #1  
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Hi,

I flashed the newest CyanogenMOD nightly on my SGS II previously running Villain ROM 2.1 with CF-Root kernel. Things were ok but I missed out on battery getting extremely low. After some time the phone went dead [due to complete battery drain] so I plugged it via USB cable to my laptop's USB port. Now it's been over an hour and all I see is the empty battery symbol re-flashing every 3 seconds [It's the same grey empty battery with a circle in middle].

I have tried booting the phone normally as well as in recovery but nothing happens! The battery empty symbol keeps flashing. I tried accessing download mode but it says "Battery Low. Can't Download". Can anyone please help me with this ?

Should I wait for couple of more hours or is my phone screwed, bricked or whatever....
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26th July 2011, 11:03 PM   |  #2  
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Please try your AC adapter to charge. Keep it charging overnight just in case.
26th July 2011, 11:06 PM   |  #3  
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don't have the AC adapter now because it's in my office. But tomorrow this is the first thing that I'll do when I go there. will report if it works....
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I hope it will work. Just keep it charging. That battery needs a kick in the A.
16th August 2011, 09:25 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by prodygee

I hope it will work. Just keep it charging. That battery needs a kick in the A.

This was really what it needed I am sorry to reply so late because I forgot about the thread. And as long as the issue is solved, I would request moderator to close this or move to archive...
18th August 2011, 05:42 PM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by aliwaqas

This was really what it needed I am sorry to reply so late because I forgot about the thread. And as long as the issue is solved, I would request moderator to close this or move to archive...

For how long did you keep the phone charging till you could turn it on?
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18th August 2011, 05:48 PM   |  #7  
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For how long did you keep the phone charging till you could turn it on?

Around 25 minutes with original charger that came with phone...
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Have the same problem, using original charger but is not taking any charge, keeps turning on and off trying to charge, battery is out of juice for like 2 months, should I let it keep trying?
25th June 2014, 05:42 AM   |  #9  
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Have the same problem, using original charger but is not taking any charge, keeps turning on and off trying to charge, battery is out of juice for like 2 months, should I let it keep trying?

Your battery needs shock

Wrap it in a plastic case and seal it, put it in deep fridger for 3 -4 hrs, take it out and leave it until it gets the room temprature.
Now you need to charge it with slighly higher amp voltage charger and hopefully it will revive

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