So last night when I was in bed I was talking to everyone on MSN mobile while my phone was charging and I must have dozed off at one point for a bit because when I woke up my phone was still open but it was underneath me. I was tired so I just checked the screen and read that I had one new message but was too tired so I was going to check it this morning when I wokre up. But when I woke up my screen was frozen and still telling me I had one new text message So I turned off my phone to make it go away but when I turned it back on it was showing a snowy screen and no start up menu nothing at all so I was wondering what you think may be the problem. Could I have bent the screen to far back when I was sleeping? And is there anything I can do for my phone?
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Computer will not charge your phone if the computer is off, may stop charging during standby or sleep mode. If failure to charge over night was on wall charger its a problem with charger/cable. OR your phones battery is junk.
Well it is both. It should only ever say bootloader when it is plugged in to a PST machine and getting the software updated. I would say that it the hardware is causing the poor battery life or a combo of the battery and the phone.
this problem has probably occured due to the phone being knocked. i used to have a motorola l7 slvr and it did exactly the same, i found that if you hit the back of the phone fairly hard the screen would come back on. im not sure if it is the same for the razr but hey its worth a try. ti be honest i think motorola are terrible mobile phone manufacturers but great 2way radio manufacturers