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    Default HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    My phone hit 0% by accident and now even if I plug it in to charge, it doesn't charge. No red LED or anything happening. Has this happened to anyone? If so, did you solve the problem? How?

    I really need some help here
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    Quote Originally Posted by youtubeslim View Post
    My phone hit 0% by accident and now even if I plug it in to charge, it doesn't charge. No red LED or anything happening. Has this happened to anyone? If so, did you solve the problem? How?

    I really need some help here
    Well, I would say just plug your device to the charger and wait for around five minutes I will start showing LED, screen etc. I'll tell you why I am saying so its because one the charge level drops down to zero means your device is dead and now in the dead condition if you put it under charging it still needs some power to glow the LED and all but there is no power inside the battery to get the device or LED function once it gains some from the power source it will startup the device again, but you need to wait a bit more.
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    It's been plugged in for an half an hour now. Still nothing. I'll wait a couple of hours and then I'll see if it works.
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    Nothing... I'm starting to give up. Any help is appreciated. Please?
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    Hold the power button down and the volume down button down till your 3 bottom buttons flash, when they stop flashing, let off the power button, it should boot into the bootloader, the you can select to reboot it and that may work. I've had this happen to me before.

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    AT&T HTC One X
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    Quote Originally Posted by numskull223 View Post
    Hold the power button down and the volume down button down till your 3 bottom buttons flash, when they stop flashing, let off the power button, it should boot into the bootloader, the you can select to reboot it and that may work. I've had this happen to me before.

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    Thanks for trying to help but sadly this did not work. It's been charging for hours now and I still don't get that red LED.So booting into the bootloader doesn't work.
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    I'd like to point out that I'm not rooted and I've never tried to root before...
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    Default Re: HTC One X turned its self off because it needed to charge, wont turn back on.

    Ok so, I accidentally dropped the phone and it started charging. Can someone explain what happened?

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