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Error message when I open the phone

My motorola v3t says ''ok to program connect USB data cable.'' Nothing happens otherwise. Please help!!

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Your phone is stuck into Program mode. Only a service center can fix it. (unless it has water damage) Another solution is to purchase a broken V3t unit on ebay and switch out the main boards.

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