Question about Motorola Mobility Q9m Smartphone
Be sure to go to your task manager often and in the menu section hit kill all, also, make sure you delete cookies in your browser to save space
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
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Look at your phrase "it only charged when i placed the chord in a certain position" ... This points to some kind of fault inside your phones charger-plug.
You can try fixing this by yourself by using this guide to dismantle your phone :
Only expanded view, but it should show you where to look.
Otherwise take it down to your local Service-Center and let them have a look at it, seems to be a pretty simple "operation"
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