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Dabb00

Orange SFII broken?

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My SFII was having some errors, I completely forgot the error message though but I tried turning it off and whilst trying to turn it off, it got stuck on the Android logo. It was flashed with flb2-r2a.

So I pulled out the battery, and after pulling out the battery, it no longer turns on. Unfortunately I haven't got a micro USB cable here at home so I can't try anything at the moment unless it doesn't require the USB cable, I'll have it back tomorrow though so it would be great to tell me some solutions!

Thanks!

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If you haven't got a micro usb cable you can't charge it?!?

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Well it's not a battery problem, it was almost on full. There's no way that just taking the battery out would have used up all the charge. I do have a micro USB cable, just not with me today.

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You're gonna need the cable to be honest, even if it's just to re-install a rom or the recovery manager

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Even when I plug in the power cable, my SFII doesn't display any LEDs or anything, is there anything I can do? I can't enter FTM mode either.

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Charged it the whole day from PC and from mains and nothing. Also tried plugging into PC and mains with no battery and still nothing.

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Hmmm, I would try turning it on with the vol down button pressed, make sure the battery is charged up, if you still can't get any joy, take it to an orange shop and ask them to check if another battery will work. If not then you could just send it back for a refund.

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Looks like I ain't having any luck, no response at all even though I've charged it the whole day. Orange store it is then.

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