Samsung galaxy went died

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy' started by Guest, May 29, 2014.

  1. Guest

    Guest Visitor

    Hi my samsung galaxy stopped working I changed batterie and a few weeks later,it just would not charge or switch on, I am using a blackberry old phone but I lost all my phone numbers and emails,was going to buy a new charger and battery ,any help please
  2. chevypowell

    chevypowell Administrator
    Staff Member Administrator

    Feb 9, 2015
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    How did your samsung galaxy

    How did your samsung galaxy just stopped working all of a sudden,?

    Try and get an Original Samsung Charger, or try and charge it with the USB.

    When it comes on do a master reset , factor data reset.

    please read here for more info
    #3 chevypowell, May 30, 2014
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  3. Anonymous

    Anonymous Visitor

    Hi there Stephen,

    I understand its

    Hi there Stephen,

    I understand its pretty frustrating to loose all your contacts
    Here's what I'd suggest you to do
    Borrow an external battery charger, charge your battery and put it back in
    your mobile.

    If it turns on back up all the data you have and rush to the nearest repairing store because the charging IC has damaged probably, it needs to be repaired. If it doesn't let me know what else have you done uptil now, and i'll be able to help you better.
    #4 Anonymous, Jun 2, 2014
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  4. sbatz72

    sbatz72 Member

    Jun 27, 2015
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    I think this phone type might simply be a lemon. Maybe, you should try asking others, those who were in your phone book for their number again.
  5. GlacialDoom

    GlacialDoom New Member

    Jun 29, 2015
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    Hmm, well, given its age, I'd say that this is most certainly an issue with the degradation of certain components inside of it. I'd say that it's either time to upgrade to a better phone, or that you should go visit a specialist, who might help you repair it, but it'll most likely cost you a lot for spare parts.

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