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Default Weirdest issue I've seen. Any ideas?

I had the most baffling thing happen to my dna that I cannot explain. Ok.. I was using my phone like usual when I received a message to go out with my buddys. I decide to go and plug my aux in to listen to music on the way.. I get to my destination and in a hurry to get inside I forget my phone in the car. (At this point idr wat my battery % was but doubt it was low) so after about 30-40 minutes I realize I left my phone. So I go out to get it and find it unresponsive. I press the power button and the screen doesn't turn on. I figured it may have died so I plug it in to my usb only to find no notification light turned on to indicate its charging. I wait a while as its plugged in hopping to get the blinking orange light but nothing. Press and hold the power button + vol button(s) and still nothing. Any ideas as to what happened? Any thoughts on how to turn turn it on? I was on Viper 3.5 with ihate 5.5. Ny ideas are greatly appreciated. I am in complete dismay.

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When you press power and hold (no volume) do the navigation lights begin to blink?

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No they don't

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Seen this before. No one knows why it happens but I have found some success trying a couple of things. First let's try to leave it on a charger for 24 hours and see if it becomes responsive. If that doesn't work what people have done is they remove the back housing dissconnect the battery and reconnect it. That works for most people. I would try it if you feel comfortable opening the phone. There are plenty of tear down videos that can show you how to open the phone and the battery connector is near the bottom. Just gently remove it and then reconnect it. Be careful not to tear any connectors while your in there. Then see if it works.

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I left it on the charger and it end up charging

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