Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Hi there...my motorola v3 keypad wont stop pressing buttons by itself....
what should I do???
This is usually caused by one button being stuck down, and the volume control buttons on the left of the main display, and the voice button on the right of the main display are the usual culprits. Try squeezing them and making sure they move normally. Then power down the phone, pop out the battery, and give it another shot.
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok so this may sound really weird, but i massaged me keypad gently with my thumbs for a few minutes at a time and my whole keypad came back. I was texting with a wet hand and my whole keypad went wonky on me then i freaked out and came to this site. well i read a few of the soulution suggestions and mixed them. I turned off my phone and pressed the buttons one by one. Then i turned on my phone and pressed the only that would work so that the pone would get hot. Then i gently blew into the side of the phone in the crack that is the two halves of the phone and then i gently took both thumbs and massaged the keypad from zero to arrows. Soon i got my 6 to work then my 0 then all my numbers and my whole keypad came back to life quickly. I hope this works for someone else.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
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