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I have four of these phones all ****, they are doing the same thing. the battery overheats and wont hold a charge, AT&T say nothing is wrong with the phone, they sent me a new battery and a month later the same problem occurred, I was lucky I had ins, they sent me a Sam-sung to replace it, nice phone. The only solution I have is don't buy another LG, you keep your ins and keep submitting a claim until they fix the problem.
My sister and I both have LG Vu phones and we both had the same problem. These phones are brand new. The problem is that the battery is too loose in the phone and is not getting an adequate connection. In order to fix this, we cut a small piece of duct tape (1/8" by 1 and 1/4") and taped it to the **** in of the battery (opposite the gold connection end) in order to make it fit more snuggly. So far it is working but this is definately a problem and very, very annoying. If you don't have this phone don't buy it and if your warrenty isn't up, take it back.
if you droped the Vu than you could have damaged the insides and that might cause the repeating of it shuting off but a easyer way to get music onto your Vu is to get a Micro SD and get an adaptor for it and put music on that and then plug the SD into your phone its alot easyer and faster than useing the cord
you might have damaged files on your sd and that is probably causeing the malfunction in which your phone shuts off so if you download from a new site you should be good or get a new sd it might be faulty
I had the same problem even after I exchanged the phone for a new one. The problem seems to be related to Mobile TV and the SD memory. When I removed my 2GB SD memory, the problem has not reoccurred. I recently installed a 512MB SD memory chip and so far I have not experienced the problem.