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Re: Razr V3 not recognising Charger
The connection between the phone and the adapter are copper and the get corroded take a small pin and scratch away the green corrossion and that should solve your problem. the cause is condensation. good luck
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hi.there...don't worry.. what happens with your new cellphone..is normal..why? when your battery is low and there a pop up screen at the display "battery low...please recharge" that's mean you must charge the battery soon. when connect your phone to charger adapter and your battery is very low / weak condition the display only showing "hellomotto" and nothing else. but it's normal! diplay need more power from you battery to showing all information.after the battery reach the minimum power to display it ( usually after 15-20' charging) try to push red bottom at your keypad phone and the display will showing again..good luck..
try to, borrow your friends batt and try, and if it's not working,, then here's what they gotta do put the cables in your fone and flash your fone with firmware and it will go back all to normal.. only prof's can do it, bring it to the center
Close the flip screen. Unplug charger from the wall and the phone. First plug in phone jack into phone BUT make sure to push it in a bit sideways. Not too much it can break the pins but just with a little angle. When you hear good click than plug charger unit in the wall.
have you tried measuring the output voltage on the charger?? if not... use a multimeter to check if there is a voltage coming out on the charger.. if there is... you doomed.... the charging module (charging IC) on your phone is fckd..
The only way to find out is if you insert someone else's battery into your RAZR and plug in your charger.
If it works, then it's your battery, and you need a new one. If it doesn't work, then you have a serious problem..which may require you to send the phone into repair unless you're happy with attempting the repair yourself.
Check the problem "My RAZR won't stay on" for my advice on the more serious problem.
that happens mostly with third party chargers..you may want to explore the option of charging your phone using the PC and a USB cable...you may be required to download a software or driver for it ..along with eh motorola phone tool