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Turn on and Off the Samsung Galaxy S5

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I just bought a new Samsung Galaxy S5, charged the battery, but when I push the start button it will not respond?

I just bought a new Samsung Galaxy S5, charged the battery, but when I push the start button it will not respond. I followed steps 7 to 10 on your article and it now shows a battery with the charge symbol in the middle. I have tried: Held the volume down button while plugging into USB on computer

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Hi Samsung S5 power on/off button stopped working all of a sudden?

Samsung S5 power button problem. I have tried: Battery out and back in. I think it was caused by: No idea!

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