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I can help
you with your Motorola Moto Q flash mode screen problem.
happened is that the firmware / system software of your
phone has become corrupted. When this happens your phone will no longer
finish its boot sequence.
is a very common
situation with many phones: in fact, much of what I do here at Fixya is
explain how people can fix their MP3 players, GPS and phones by
reflashing the firmware.
The good news is that if you take your
phone into your carrier's store, they can reflash the firmware for you right there
(if they have a competent tech handy.)
If you are comfortable
with computers etc, you
can also do it yourself. Your computer will communicate with and fix
your phone, even though it doesn't seem to recognize it right now - I've
seen this many many times.
My only warning for you is that if
you are going to flash your phone yourself, you need to get the correct
firmware from motorola's site for your carrier. I just downloaded the
Verizon firmware as an example - Motorola's website has about ten
different carrier firmwares for their MotoQ phone.
There is no hack for unlocking, most motos I can reload the firmware, unbrand them, but its not like that, you need to give the carrier the number of your phone, this is exact and must be your number for it to work. You give them your IMEI number.
Read this page and do what it says, just keep calling, till they tell you like it says.
why do you need a manual? just browse through the phone and you will be able to know all the features. go through this site and know better of your phone by yourself. http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/motoz10/
Here is how you perform a Master Reset on the Motorola RAZR V3: (May delete everything on the phone including contacts etc?) 1. Open your phone up and go to “Settings” 2. Next go to the selection for “Initial Setup” 3. Next go to the selection for “Master Clear” 4. Then select to confirm the option. 5. Now enter the security code which should be “000000” 6. Finally press select or ok and the phone will reset itself to the factory condition
Had the same problem with Z10 and a Nokia 3310. I got around it by backing up the memory card, then inserting in the phone and using "Format Card" option. It then puts on the required file structure and you can copy back the files to the relevant folders.
This is o2's fault - the firmware (the software that controls this kind of stuff) is o2's version and they have disabled the option to change the function if this key - although you'll notice the manual says you can!
The only option is to change the firmware to the unbranded version that would come with a phone not bought through o2, which is easier on other motorolas, the symbian operating system is notorously difficult to tinker with
I dont have enough space to explain phone 'modding' - but you can have a look at modmymoto.com. Although I will point out that so far, it seems the stock (unbranded) frimware is not available anywhere