Have had the phone maybe 2 years, and always keep it on charge when indoors. Until now, standby & in-use battery performance has been excellent. Yesterday, after unplugging, phone went dead within 10 minutes, black screen. Pressing green/red startup buttons, I briefly got backlight display from the button pad - perhaps half a second - then dead again.
With the phone plugged in it's shown as fully charged, but appears that charge is dissipating very fast. Can mobile phone batteries (generally) suddenly fail like this?
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download the Motorola L6 modem driver here. After you download the driver, make sure extract it somewhere in your computer since I packed it in a ZIP file. Connect your Motorola L6 phone by using a USB cable until the system tray shows you the pop-up message “Found Motorola L6 Modem”. You’ll meet the “Add New Hardware Wizard” dialog box then. Follow the instructions until you told to specify an exact location for the corresponding hardware, which is your Motorola L6 phone. When your files are located, a dialog box will warn you whether to stop or continue the installation since the driver hasn’t digitally signed by Windows. Click “Continue Anyway”, Windows will start to copy the driver files into a specific location. As the process finished, your Motorola L6 phone will automatically turn its mode to Loud and start charging the battery. That’s all. Next thing you should do is set up your internet connection through Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network Connections. Get yourself to the Files menu and choose New connection.. You’ll be guided with a step by step New Connection Wizard.
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