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    new battery, blue led light flashing

    just purchased a 3500 mAH battery and not able to turn on phone. when plugging in phone, a blue LED light flashes (on top right) and does not turn on. any suggestions? anyone have this happen before? previous battery got swollen and needed replacement.

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    Hello Jacob, welcome to the forum!
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    hello ultradroid.
    anyone have any suggestions on this problem?? i wish i had a working phone =/

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    Hi Jacob - no, I'm afraid I don't. I should have stated in my earlier post that I am not a technician, and have only limited skills in the area you mention. I'm not trying to blow you off buddy, just admitting that I'm not knowledgeable enough to be of much help to you. That being said, we do have some really knowledgeable people on our staff and as members, and if you can hang on for awhile one of them should be by and at least offer some suggestions on how to proceed.
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    anyone know why this is happening? still no response i wish my phone is working

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    When you got the battery, did you just plug it in to the phone and try to turn it on?? It would not surprise me if the battery came charged at say 20%. Try plugging the phone in to the wall and letting it charge for an hour or so. Then try turning on the phone. It is very possible the battery came with very little charge and needs a good charge. If it is cold, that could also affect performance.
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    yes i tried turning it on right away and nothing happened. i plugged it in for half a day and all i would see is the blue led light flashing and nothing would happen when trying to turn it on again. screen never came on to show it was charging either. when not plugged in, there is no blue led light, nor anything happening. had to put super swollen battery back in make calls etc.

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    It sounds like there is definitely something wrong with the battery. I would try to return it if you can.

    Also, what version of the Galaxy S II do you have? I find they are cheapest on Amazon. I like to purchase from BlueMall because they usually have exactly what I need regardless of phone type. That is just a preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobsalazar21 View Post
    hello ultradroid.
    anyone have any suggestions on this problem?? i wish i had a working phone =/
    Are you sure it's an original battery? You know there are many aftermarket version, which has quality problem. You'd know how to distinguish them.

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    well i got some fun news. i got a new battery(again) and this time it works perfectly fine. must be a defective battery but now we know what the phone does when it doesnt like the battery!! only when it was plugged in to charge (with the defective battery) the blue led light would flash and it would not turn on the phone. no light would come on when it was not plugged in. thanks for the input everyone! happy holidays and be safe!

 

 

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