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[Q] NSG won't start

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26th August 2014, 12:36 PM   |  #11  
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u speak english man?

Just kidding . I see your point, and will apply it to my schedule.

ummm .... i am sry man , English language not my native language , anyway i am happy that u got my point ( it's my experience with charging batteries ) and i hope i helped

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27th August 2014, 02:09 AM   |  #12  
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ok, found out that using simple samsung charger 500ma will make it show charging (wait 15 min) then i can make it boot but only first screen saying "powering on"
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ok, found out that using simple samsung charger 500ma will make it show charging (wait 15 min) then i can make it boot but only first screen saying "powering on"

if the orange led on then charging , make sure of that

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Sorry if I offended you. It was really a joke. :P

it's ok
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Leave it on the charger until the led changes from amber to green, if the led isn't working then I would just let it go overnight for 12 hours or so and then try to boot the device. Good luck and let us know how you make out. :thumbup:
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