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Default [Q] is my phone recoverable?

I was running cm 11 I was moonshine s-off and running twrp recovery last night I got a call and when I slid the bar to answer my phone screen. Went black and hasn't been able to be turned on since my pc will not recognize my device am I sol or can this be fixed?
 
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First question can you get into the boot loader by holding vol down and power button.

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First question can you get into the boot loader by holding vol down and power button.

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Nope nothing happens the screen doesn't light up and when plugged into charger the led doesn't turn on either
 
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Nope nothing happens the screen doesn't light up and when plugged into charger the led doesn't turn on either
What model of htc do you have?
Dumb question, have you taken the battery out?
and a light should come on when its charging but doesnt?

it is more than likely possible to recover as long as nothing is damaged, i had a bootloop virus after trying to root, i had a friend fix it for me but all he did was flash the stock ruu using adb which was a pain in the ace because adb couldnt find the phone and the stock ruu was a Beach.

um, if none of those work, try a different cable i guess? trying to see if it is just an easy fix before you have to do anything 'fun'
 
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No I didn't take the battery out it's not removable and no lights come on whatsoever and the pc can not see my phone no matter what cable I use
 
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Let it sit on the charger for a day (24 hours) and then try to turn it on, this has been known to work. If this doesn't work then you may need to send it in. Could be bad battery or motherboard.
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Thanks I'll try it man
 
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Have you performed the 3 finger salute for about 10 seconds? It drains all power so you know if your toast. Hold the volumes and power.

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I have yet to try it but I will. Thanks.
 
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It did not work. I tried all possible button combinations and still nothing.

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