Question about Cell Phones
Despite this comment comming late - Razr's have had issues since their release. In particular, the CDMA Razr's have had serious issues (V3c, V3a, V3m). Your V3m has a serious flaw in the software which actually caused them to discontinue it. If you put the microSD cards that it accepts into them & put too much music on the card for the phone (how much isn't disclosed), the phone can become unstable & even unoperable. As far as the quantity goes, I put 5 songs on my 1GB microSD after the card was formatted by the phone & the thing immediately white-screened. Its a common issue with them. Since this is a flaw in the phone itself, you should be able to b*tch about the phone to the phone company & have it replaced with a different model. Keep in mind, there is a circular sticker on the back that detects water damage. It will turn red if water touches it (humidity, or if you clean your phone with an alcohol wipe like I do). You might want to consider swapping that our with a clean one or just tell them you wiped the back with an alcohol wipe. Either way, hope this helps you or other people.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
Some hardware trouble might hav occured
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