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Razr v3 drained battery charging

Hi i have tried to charge my razr v3 using mains charger nothing happens left overnight no charge.I cant use vista usb charge because battery is totaly drained and computer cannot find device.Would a desktop charger work,or is ther any other way to charge completely drained battery.
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  • stewiebee123 Dec 26, 2008

    I only own 1 razr so unable to try battery in another phone.

  • raggs378 Dec 26, 2008

    It states on the display screen- invalid battery.

  • stewiebee123 Jan 02, 2009

    Hi bought desktop charger on ebay and charged dead batteries.So contray to advise if you have totally drained batteries use a desktop charger it works.

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The desk top charger wont be working for your device and I suggest you to replace the battery on to another mobile phone and try charging it

Posted on Dec 26, 2008

  • Anonymous Sep 18, 2009

    the desk top charger wont be working for your device and I suggest you to replace the battery on to another mobile phone and try charging it

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