My RAZR V3 burns through its battery in 24 hours on standby. 3 different new batteries did not solve the problem. I installed a known-good battery (from wife's identical RAZR). Same symptoms. Bluetooth is off.
The problem is NOT the battery; rather it is a characteristic design flaw with the RAZR V3i (used on GSM systems) which Motorola will NOT admit exists and refuses to fix/replace without a fee (unless its in warrenty)..
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Sounds crazy but have you cleaned the connection area for your battery? Don't use a lot of it but I use hydrogen peroxide to clean mine... just dampen the end of a q-tip and rub the terminals with it. If it fizzles, you have corrosion there... it won't if you don't. This also works for ANYTHING that uses a battery.
HEY THOSE CHINESE CHARGER ARE NOT GOOD.. THEY SUM HOW NEVER CHARGE THE BATTERY PROPERLY ND THE BACKUP IS LESS. CHARGE USING UR MOTOROLA CHARGER ND IF U STILL EXPERIENCE PROBLEM THEN U BETTER GO TO MOTOROLA
it wont harm your phone they just recomend 24 hours to make sure the bat is ok and that it gets fully charged but remember to let your bat go totally flat from time to time this will prolong the life of your battery as it does them no good just keep topping it up so i sugest to let it go totally flat say once a month this will keep your battery lasting longer between charge hope this helps