Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
My phone looks okay, powers on, looks to register, but for some reason no signal (bars) so calls cannot be received or made, carrier is Cingular (ATT). This problem just popped out of nowhere.
I had the same problem with my phone- i got a cheap generic battery to replace the old one (which wasn't holding a charge for a full day, at that) and then i lost all signal, basically. I tried what scm_pa said he did - charged my old battery up, with the phone off, till the charge was complete- turned the phone on, and voila, reception!
Posted on Jan 11, 2008
I hope you didn't plug an external antenna into your V3. That's what I did, and have been having problems ever since. The external antenna jack is plastic and breaks easily. I can't find a replacement for that part, but I replaced the internal antenna (ordered it from cellular nationwide network for $7). Now the signal is sketchy. I can get a signal outside, but not inside the house. I think I'm getting interference from my wireless DSL network.
Posted on Nov 25, 2007
V3 moto nosignal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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