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hi there, good thing you detect it earlier. Heres my tips cut that wire and try to solder it. Or if soldering is not possible rewire it by tie it together and coat with electrical tape for safety. It is possible that you have a cold contact on the supply. Hope this helps. Please rate and vote. Good day
try entering the (+) plus sign and the country code then the mobile number / editing the numbers of your contacts. such as, a mobile number alone (depending on the sim) that reads as 09178943874 must be edited as +639178943874 (noting that +63 is the country code).
I dont no of this problem and dont really have a official suggestion but .. if you restore factory settings there is a strong chance it will repair it , you can acces factory settings on settings , . the code for it will either be 1234 or 12345 or something along the lines of that,.
hi,. it seems your phone has some prob with the internal functionality and memory, for which there's no optional setting. the only thing u need to do is just to walk in to an authorized motorola service center along with your warranty card and hope for the best. (in such situations, master reset should be done to your phone and only authorized centers can do that),