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Xperia T Flashing red light

21st January 2014, 07:26 PM   |  #1  
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Hello i have problem with xperia T, my phone wont charge, it doesnt show the red light, but giving signs of life, when i put it on charger with lock power button it blinking red light for the moment and then stop and disappears, any suggestions ?
22nd January 2014, 05:19 PM   |  #2  
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Hello i have problem with xperia T, my phone wont charge, it doesnt show the red light, but giving signs of life, when i put it on charger with lock power button it blinking red light for the moment and then stop and disappears, any suggestions ?

Just plug it in to the wall charger and let it sit for a while (30 mins?) to get some juice. It may not look like it's doing anything... but just be patient and see what happens. Then try to turn it on... it should be fine.
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i tried this man, i dont know what's wrong
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Are you using the stock wall charger that came with the phone?
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yep that one.
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charge it at least overnight, but preferably 24hs it will come to life eventually. This has been reported often and charging for a prolonged time makes it work again.

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