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Re: Have a motorola v3X Suddenly not charging
Just replaced a new cable or a new charger so you sure where is the defected even if battery defected it will charge but the battery it will not last long.If you replaced already new cable but problem still exist then the problem is the cellphone hub is crack or cold solder,you need to rebuild or resoldered it so it will works normally.
Got to cellphone to perform the soldering.
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1. Charge the headset:Headset is charged via USB cable, the light will be red when charging. When the battery is fully charged (about 2-3 hours), the red light of the headset will turn off automatically or the red light turns blue.
2. Turn on the headset:Press the on / talk button on the headset for about 5 seconds until the blue and red flashes alternately (or blue flashes or the blue lights all the time ), now the headset is ready to be connected to the iPhone.
3. Go to Settings, and tap Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth.
iPhone will automatically start searching for Bluetooth devices. Tap the device in the Devices list, then follow the onscreen instructions to connect to it. After matching successfully, the blue light on the headset will flash twice per time.
4. Call: when you finish all the above steps, you are going to talk via the Bluetooth headset. When there is incoming call, press the on / talk button, you can talk with Bluetooth headset, when you want to end the call, press the on / talk button, you can end the call.
5. Turn off the headset: Press the on / talk button for 5 seconds until the red light of the headset flashes quickly for twice, then release the button, the headset will be turned off.
I remembered fixing my old Motorola by connecting it to a pc with the USB search the internet and find out how to start the phone in the 'Flash' mode then reflash the phone with its firmware but its been a long time since i've done so you will have to find all the stuff on Google to find it
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Your Phones Model Firmware Usb Cable & Flashing Software (I think motorola supplies it otherwise its 3rd party)
I have a Motorola RAZR V3x which has worked reliably for about 3 years. Very recently (having been recharged a couple of hours earlier & without any prior suggestion of impending battery failure), the phone has refused to turn on and attempts to charge it with the factory charger do not even light the blue charge indicator. An attempt to charge it through the computer's USB port lit the blue charge indicator for about 1 second but also failed to charge the battery.
copy your .jad and .jar files to /a/mobile/kjava/ on your phone. once copied, on your phone, go to games, install new. your done. I use M-explorer to view/edit files on my phone and Jadmaker to convert my .jar files. Note: you must have both .jad and .jar files copied to your phone.
This has happened to me twice - the first instance occurred when I'd only had the phone a few days and the second occurred today after months of trouble-free use.
On both occasions the phone wouldn't charge via the mains charger - it wouldn't switch on even when plugged in and neither the battery or the charger were warm to the touch after hours of charging, indicating that nothing was happening.
The solution for me was to connect the phone to my PC via the USB cable - nothing happened at first, the PC didn't recognise the phone and it remained lifeless. However, I left it attached to my PC and after 10-15 minutes it suddenly whirred into life.
The battery was COMPLETELY flat despite my attempts at mains charging, so I let it charge via USB for a while then transferred it to the mains charger. This time the mains charger worked.
I've no idea why, but this has worked for me twice so give it a try.