Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone
When this phone was first programed it took a sim card , someone may of had it programmed with another carrier that didn't take sim card and maybe it got dropped, wet and when it came back on it went back to the old program. I would take it to your carrier and let them reprogram it. My sister had a razr v3c and it took a sd card for music,pictures and some v3c don't have a slot ,my v3c does'nt.I wouldn't take it apart because if there is no slot under the battery or on the side of the phone there is neither a slot for a sim or sd slot. They Don't put these inside the phone .
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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