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so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time this happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it into the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap them obviously, but hard enough to warp them momentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again! this phone has worked awesome for me the whole 6 months i've had it. i get fast, reliable internet almost everywhere i am and unlimited talk n text for a full month for only 45 dollars. i feel bad for everybody else that has had bad experiences with this phone because i definitely haven't. i've dropped this phone from 4 feet up, flat on the screen onto concrete several times, fallen off tables onto the side and back and all sorts of random crap happen to it, and there isn't the slightest crack on the screen and hardly a scratch on the phone. it definitely sucks for everyone thats had major issues in such short periods of time and then dealing with crappy customer care. all i can say is give it a bend and if that doesn't work then try the same with the people you bought it from ;)
so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time this happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it into the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap them obviously, but hard enough to warp them momentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again! this phone has worked awesome for me the whole 6 months i've had it. i get fast, reliable internet almost everywhere i am and unlimited talk n text for a full month for only 45 dollars. i feel bad for everybody else that has had bad experiences with this phone because i definitely haven't. i've dropped this phone from 4 feet up, flat on the screen onto concrete several times, fallen off tables onto the side and back and all sorts of random crap happen to it, and there isn't the slightest crack on the screen and hardly a scratch on the phone. it definitely sucks for everyone thats had major issues in such short periods of time and then dealing with crappy customer care. all i can say is give it a bend and if that doesn't work then try the same with the people you bought it from ;)

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so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time this happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it into the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap them obviously, but hard enough to warp them momentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again! this phone has worked awesome for me the whole 6 months i've had it. i get fast, reliable internet almost everywhere i am for a full month for only 45 dollars. i feel bad for everybody else that has had bad experiences with this phone because i definitely haven't. i've dropped this phone from 4 feet up, flat on the screen onto concrete several times, fallen off tables onto the side and back and all sorts of random crap happen to it, and there isn't the slightest crack on the screen and hardly a scratch on the phone. it definitely sucks for everyone thats had major issues in such short periods of time and then dealing with crappy customer care. all i can say is give it a bend and if that doesn't work then try the same with the people you bought it from ;)
so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time this happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it into the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap them obviously, but hard enough to warp them momentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again! this phone has worked awesome for me the whole 6 months i've had it. i get fast, reliable internet almost everywhere i am for a full month for only 45 dollars. i feel bad for everybody else that has had bad experiences with this phone because i definitely haven't. i've dropped this phone from 4 feet up, flat on the screen onto concrete several times, fallen off tables onto the side and back and all sorts of random crap happen to it, and there isn't the slightest crack on the screen and hardly a scratch on the phone. it definitely sucks for everyone thats had major issues in such short periods of time and then dealing with crappy customer care. all i can say is give it a bend and if that doesn't work then try the same with the people you bought it from ;)

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so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time itthis happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it in tointo the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap themthem obviously, but hard enough to warp them a little bitmomentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again!
so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. always shut it down before going below 5%. the first time itthis happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident. after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it in tointo the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap themthem obviously, but hard enough to warp them a little bitmomentarily. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. i'm just glad that my caveman style of fixing things actually works sometimes lol please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again!

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so...i've had this issue a few times. the occurrences in which my phone will not charge or turn on have always taken place around letting my battery completely die and letting the phone shut off manually. NEVER let your battery completely die. the first time it happened to me, i was on a very important phone call, the times after that was by accident.  after the first time, my phone was out of commission for 2 days and before i could take it into the store to have technicians look at it, a fluke happened where i plugged it in to the car charger and all of the sudden it began charging and turned back on. this was immediately after i took it apart and removed all the cards and battery, i thought that maybe removing everything did the trick. it just happened to me now, i removed everything like last time and reassembled it and still...nothing. so what i just did now was, took the battery and cards out, i twisted and turned both the phone and battery using my hands, not hard enough to snap them, but hard enough to warp them a little bit. after bending them for a few seconds, i put it back together and VOILA! the phone began charging immediately after i plugged it in and turned right back on shortly after that. idk what bending the phone and battery and putting a little pressure on it actually does, but it seemed to get the job done for me. please, just never let your alcatel run out of battery though, i have the newest one touch from wal-mart and EVERY TIME i've ever let it happen, i've dealt with this crap. i certainly don't ever want to deal with it again!

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