..my motorola v3xx won't turned on..even when i am charging,the red
light on its external screen won't light,,but when it was connected in
the computer,the red light turned on,but the problem it can't be read
by the computer, no response by the computer,,i tried it in other
computer but still no improvement....the phone is still off (DEAD)...IT
WON'T TURNED ON...and i've tried to press "*" and "#" and its power
still won't turned on...i've also tried to bring this to a
technician,,still won't turned on....PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS PROBLEM
AS SOON AS POSSIBLE...THANK YOU!!!GOD BLESS..
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Hopefully this will work for you. Go to your cell phone provider and ask them for a 3G Sim card. To my knowledge all V3XX are 3G. I discovered that my service provider had 3G SIM cards after I purchased my husband a v3xx and he had problems with his service. I was told by the service technician when I called for help to try the 3G and it made the difference for my husbands v3XX. I am not certain this will fix your issues but it is always best to use an item t hat has been made special for that phone type... Meaning 3G.... I hope it works. I don't know if it will cost you anything or not. In my state they do not charge for SIM cards. But I have heard that some other states charge around $20 for a SIM card.
well, there is no much to do in there, either the charger, the battery , or the phone is dead.
Try removing battery from inside and then put everything back, and try restarting it again, after charging for ten minutes.
If it still does not work, and the phone is new, call the number on the phone booklet, and ask if you can take your new phone to an authorized shop for a checkup, if it is a faulty charger or battery, they usually replace them on the spot.
First check your battery is it working or not... I have seen many peoples battery bulging... Check it with your tongue by keeping the terminals on it...
If the battery is good then there might be a problem in motherboard or there might be crash of your mobile software... If this is the reason go to the store where you have purchased the mobile and tell him the problem... He should repair it for free since it is the new one.. Try it...
Under the settings for usb connection type change the setting to memory card connection. This is subject to having a memory card (Micro sd) installed. Otherwise you may have to install motorola phone software into your computer and use this to update files on your phone. Regards, David M-G