Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
I have a Razr V3 and use a Wilson external antenna. I have went through 2 phones in about 2 weeks. I have service all day while in my vehicle hooked up to the antenna but after unplugging I lose service and don't get it back until I plug the external antenna in. Is it true the antennas well mess up the phones? Is there a way to correct this? I rely on my antenna as I live in a rural area and don't get much signal without one.
I have the same problem. Contacted 3rd party tech, take sharp pick or equal and there is supposedly a button in the very center of the antenna port of the phone. gently push the pick in the center of the jack and it will trip the switch. I tried it on my second damaged phone and it worked, so far.
Posted on Aug 09, 2008
No this is not true
External antenna's are simply for gaining reception in low reception areas.
best way to check handset performance is against another phone if the other phone has a strong reception in the same place yours doesn't then it is a phone fault.
poor coverage does cause low reception but if you are not in a rural area all the time and still having the same trouble you will need toget it looked at by a tech or have it replaced
Posted on Nov 24, 2007
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