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By spitfire2425, Senior Member on 7th May 2014, 12:14 PM
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Last night, I let my phone battery drain all the way down because I couldn't charge it at work. I figured I'd just plug it in when I got home. When I get home, it goes onto that blank battery charging screen with the orange LED flashing but when i try to boot it, it just goes back to that, i let it sit for a while then tried again with no luck. i let it sit over night and it would still just boot into that screen. i put it into bootloader mode and hit reboot from there and it would just go back to that screen again, I can get it into recovery and it will stay there for a while (on the charger) but it doesn't show they amount of battery like twrp usually does. basically, the phones acting like there isnt a battery in there at all. Please help because I have tried everything i can think of.
 
 
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You don't have twrp 7 on there do u

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You don't have twrp 7 on there do u

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i do. is that the problem?
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oops I meant twrp 2.7. If you have that version it can cause some issues. I suggest u flash twrp 2.6.3.3

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It wouldn't flash. It said the battery was too low so I ended up getting a new phone through AT&T.

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