I have used GPRS on my Moto Z3 for more than one year. For last one month I have been facing problem in connecting GPRS on the same. I have checked with my service provider also. But, there was no fault at their end. Hence, problem seems to be with the instrument / handset. So please advise the possible solution for this problem.
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The first thing that comes to mind is that either the charger or the battery is faulty. You can check whether the battery is retaining its charge properly or if it drains out quickly.
The Kocaso NB1016 specification states that it uses ...
"Power Device Type:AC, DC can DC can car charger". So you can test whether it can be charged from a car battery. If so, then your charger is at fault. If all else fails you'll have to contact Kocaso support for a software/firmware upgrade.
Hello, motorola phone pc suite or phone tools software no longer works for using net from mobile. It may better to use bluetooth dongle to connect net. Just purchase a bluetooth dongle then install driver n on your phone's bluetooth and connect it with dongle select PAN connection if possible otherwise make dial up connection. This will surely work Hope this will solve your problem...
I just fixed this problem in a Go Go Elite that was less than 6 months old. We would plug in the charger and the "charge" light would not turn on, just the "power light" I took out the battery pack (check manual for instructions), removed the cover (8 philips head screws) and checked the voltage on the two batteries. One read 4.5 volts and the other 4.7 volts. They should both read at least 11 volts, ideally 12 volts. Evidently the Pride charger will not work if it detects that the batteries are too low. So I took out one battery at a time and connected a 12 volt auto trickle charger to it for 3 hours on each battery. Checked voltages and it brought them back up to 11.5 volts. I reinstalled the battery pack and then connected the Pride charger and THEN it showed a "Charge" light. I left the pride charger on for 12 hours and it brought it up to full charge.
Advice: Don't let your batteries get too low or the factory charger will not work.
Firmfare will be available on moto sites..........Here it is http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/in/support/update_my_software.asp?country=ind&language=ena be careful while doing flash.....if u r not confident better do it in mobile shops.......cool.....
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