Question about LG enV VX9900 Cellular Phone
I had the same problem, it is because the metal parts on the battery arent staying on the metal parts of the phone! All I did was fold a small piece of paper, and put it between the battery, and the phone. It makes the battery fit tighter, so it wiggles less, and causes the battery to have a tighter connection to the phone. Kind of ghetto, but it works!!! If this dosent work for you just make the paper a little fatter.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
I posted the following solution to a similar question, (this would apply to those of you who know it is not your battery) our situation started out the same as "mom2alxnkt" above and then the horrible happened, so please "mom" take my advice; read on: "Please, please, please anyone who is having this problem, FIRST back-up all your pictures/videos that are on your phone, by either texting/emailing them or putting them on a MicroSD card. Next, contact Verizon & inform them of this. This is the 1st phase of a software problem, which, as Stevenleopol has found out the hard way, just like we did, later destroys your phone by just flashing the Verizon Wireless logo-it will never turn on again. Once this happens, ALL OF THE PHOTOS/VIDEOS/INFO on your phone is LOST FOREVER!!!! You can never get back into your phone! This just happened to my fiancee and we lost SOOOO many sentimental pictures & videos...we spoke with multiple techs at verizon and even called LG and they all said once this happens, the phone is dead. This same thing (the flashing verizon logo) had happened to me when we first got the phones almost 1 year ago and I was trying to initialize my brand new phone, and it had to get immediately sent back. These phones are not meant to shut off by themselves...it is a software problem, not a power problem...do not hesitate on backing up files & contacting verizon. You don't want to lose memories like we did, it sucks bad! Verizon will send you a "Certified Like New" phone in the same color, as long as they have one in stock. Good luck to everyone!"
Posted on Feb 28, 2009
It is your batt. not getting full contact clean the mental things on the bottom of the batt.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
You may all just have bad batteries, there could be a dead cell in them. Or if your charge port is messed up and you go to charge it, that will make it shut down. Go to verizon and tell them you want your battery tested.
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Nizzvark..someone took a shot at you here. I used your idea on a phone that shut off once an hour and has made 2 days so far without turning off. Folded and put the piece of paper as you said and it worked.
Thanks for the cheap fix.
Posted on Apr 15, 2010
I had that problem to but after like 1 1/2 monthz it stoped but now it happens to my cousin's phone. I told him just to ignore it it should go away.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
All I can say it that the EnV has a lot of problems. and Nizzark above is a ******. the EnV's battery is connected to it's cover. I would suggest buying a new battery.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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