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Motorola C 650

My phone is not charging and I have tried other batteries & chanrgers.

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Re: Motorola C 650

Boot Loader
SW version:

Batter OK
OK to Program
Connect USB
Data Cable

When my Motorala c650 not in frequent function. What I will do to repair/work with it.

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Hi, I also find like this case, Plase carefully open the connetor, and press the ground plate at rear position of connetor. Just push smootly.

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Re: Motorola C 650

Hi your inlet is probebly bad there is a small tab inside there try pushing it out a little bit so the connection will be good dont be too aggressive or you will brake it good luck

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