I have a Motorola V220 cellphone handset which freezes in 20mins of being turned on. if its on the charger, it stops charging and i tried switching it off but it would not respond. I then remove the battery back cover and the battery and put the battery back again, then i press the green button to switch it on. But again in about 10-15mins it freezes again.
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I would like to recommend you to try a factory reset: with the headset turned on, press and hold both Volume buttons and Call button for 10 seconds until the indicator light is steady blue. Have you tried with different charger?
If not able to turn ON with another charger and not able to perform the factory reset, then the only option will be to replace the device.
Hi there , to solve this proble since you have the headset over 18 months you need to change the internal battary the life time for these handset battery up to 24 months try to replace it by take it to cellphone shop and im sure you be happy.
I CHARGED MY BRAND NEW MOTO H500 HEADSET FOR 3 HRS CAME BACK AND BLUE LIGHT WAS OFF. THAT MEANS FULLY CHARGED. WHEN DISCONNECTED FROM CHARGER. I TRIED TO TURN IT ON AND NO LIGHT OCCURED. FLASHING.. STEADY... PULSING... OR ANYTHING
I had the same problem and I keep trying and trying 1234, 0000 and other numbers I can think of. It was frustrating. I was ready to throw my device away and buy a new one. Then I tried something that I have not and it worked. All I needed to do is to press the big button in the center of the H700 until it turns purple steadily. And then I pulled out the microphone of the H700. The button remained purple. Then I typed the password 0000 into my cellphone. The button will flicker indicating it's finally communicating and then it finally did!. Try that. Hopefully it works for you too. It worked with mine.
Yes, the car charger will work fine, just make sure that any time you use a car charger, remove your device when it is finished charging. If you leave your phone or bluetooth headset on the car charger, it will continually force power into it and over time reduce battery life.
Motorola devices use proprietary USB cables on their chargers. There is a resister on the cable that has no purpose other than to let the phone/headset know it is a "Motorola Authorized" charger, which is a complete load of hogwash. A normal USB cable, hooked to any generic PC, will not charge them (says unauthorized charger on phones) UNLESS the Motorola driver is loaded on the PC, which magically makes the PC a Motorola Authorized USB charger.
Bottom line: use the Motorola USB charger that came with it, and then write a nice love note to Motorola saying how much you like their product's "feature".