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    Samsung Galaxy S wont turn on while plugged in with the charger

    I have Samsung Galaxy S android phone which was working fine, but until two days ago it froze and I tried It to turn it on, but it was not turning on. Then I plugged it in with the charger. After one hour the battery was 100%, and when I plug out this charger it again turn off and now it is not having on. Please help me.

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    psdiamond20 psdiamond20 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Samsung Galaxy S wont turn on while plugged in with the charger

    Hello Guest,
    Just replace your battery and try to power on your phone. If still the problem is there, then you need to go to the nearest Samsung Service Centre. They will fix this. Thank You....

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    devaezhil devaezhil is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Samsung Galaxy S wont turn on while plugged in with the charger

    The problem looks like associated with the Battery. The life of your Battery is Gone. Just release the case and check the battery, If the center part of the battery is bulge then you can confirm that the battery is Gone. If it is not then check the battery first with the Shop. Replace the battery your Problem will be solved.

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    anikrish anikrish is on a distinguished road
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    Re: Samsung Galaxy S wont turn on while plugged in with the charger

    Hi,
    Please remove your battery and then place it in again by removing the back cover and see that if the phone is booting up if that is not helping then press the key combination together volume(-)+Home button+Power button upon pressing that you will be able to enter the details of the device that is you can enter into download mode if the phone enters into download mode then there is no problem with the battery and it is some software related issue. If the phone does not boot into download mode then you have to check with the battery that it might have some problem. Try rebooting the phone by connecting to a USB cable and then immediately put the battery so that the phone will turn ON this will help you to see if there is any problem with the power button. If that happens and the phone boots up then you can check the phone software issue. If that doesn't happen then take the phone to a Service center near by.
    Hope this Helps.

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