I haven't been able to turn off my Razr. When you hold the on/off button, it shuts down, then turns right back on again. Also, sometimes when I try to charge it (using the charger that came with it), when I unplug it, it has not charged at all, and displays the message "invalid charger". Last night it actually froze on this screen for several hours, even though I took the battery out and let it sit.
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1. Turn off your phone when it's not in use. If you're not using your Verizon Wireless Razr, then shut it off. Your battery will last much longer if you regularly do this. 2. Charge your phone less. If you charge your Razr nightly, then your cell phone battery won't last long. Try to charge your phone only a few times a week to extend the battery life. 3. Keep your Bluetooth turned off when you're not using it. Applications, like Bluetooth, are notorious for sucking the power from a cell phone battery. 4. Protect your Razr from extreme temperatures. Your cell phone battery lasts longer if kept at room temperature. 5. Discharge the Razr fully. Before you charge your phone, let it completely die. You can extend the life of the battery by regularly discharging and then fully charging it. 6. Leave the battery in the phone. Keep the Razr battery dry and free of dirt to prolong its life.
1. connect your charger and wait about 1 hour (off position) 2.turn on your phone 3. pull out battery 4. put battery back and push battery until connect with the socket battery 5. if it doesnt work doit step (2.3.4) until show charging note ps: it work on my motorola v6 ferrari edition
You might try holding down the power and home buttons at the same time.
Wait until you see the silver apple. Thats what I did when mine
wouldn't turn back on.there is an easier way instead of just guessing....
when you plug it into any form of charging source...just completely shut
down your iphone...and leave it there for how ever long it takes to
charge...(to be able to use it again is about 30 minutes)depends on your
energy sourceFirst open iTunes and Conect your iPhone cord to your computer, but do
not plug it into your iPhone. Then press and hold the home button on
your phone while conecting the iPhone cord into your iPhone continue to
hold down the home button. Then click restore in iTunes
connect the iphone to the wall charger. Hold down both the sleep/wake button at the top right and the home button at the same time. Hold both of those buttons down while iphone is connected to the wall charger, hold them down until you see the white apple logo appear. Once you see the logo, let go. It will take a minute or two, but the phone should be powered on and back to normal. Leave plugged in to the wall charger for at least 10 minutes before disconnecting
Sounds like a faulty battery there my friend, when plugged into the charger there is continuos charge running threw the battery/phone, but when u disconnect the charger it is using the power from the battery, which in theory says to me the battery isnt holding its charge :) thanks alot.
try to, borrow your friends batt and try, and if it's not working,, then here's what they gotta do put the cables in your fone and flash your fone with firmware and it will go back all to normal.. only prof's can do it, bring it to the center
I have had my RAZR for just over a year and within a month and a half of buying it I had the same problem with it shutting off for no reason. I had to plug it into the charger to even get it to turn back on. Of course Cingular wouldn't do anything to help me, but I was able to find a Motorola repair store, through contacting Motorola customer service (you can also get store locations online through their website) and they fixed it for me free of charge since I was still under warranty. Apparently I needed a software update and I haven't had any problems with the phone shutting off since. I have, however, recently been having problems with the keypad and volume button, like another poster, were it seems like someone is holding buttons down, while I'm not touching the phone. I have to get the phone replaced and thankfully I have the insurance because even though I am only 2 weeks past the warranty, AT&T won't replace the phone - if I didn't have the insurance I would have had to pay full price (at least $150) for a new phone. I recommend trying to get it fixed by Motorola or making sure you have the insurance!
GO TO SETTINGS" .... SCROLL DOWN TO "PHONE STATUS" AND CLICK ON IT. iF IT SHOWS "DEAD" BUT YOUR PHOPMR STILL POWERS UP ... YOU HAVE A FEFECTIVE CHARGER,
ALSO ... TRY DRAINING THE BATTERY. THEN SHUT THE PFONE POWER OFF FOR TILL THE CHARGER IS COOL TO YJR TOUCH. LEAVE YOUR PHONE OFF AND PLUG THE CHARGER IN FOR 3-4 HOURS.
oNE OF THE TWO SHOULD TELL YOU WHAT IS BAD