My phone's battery died last night....I plugged it into the charger all night. It won't turn on. After pressin the power button for a couple seconds the motorola symbol comes up. That's it though. I try to turn it on and off but it'll go black and then come back on, no matter what I do. It's almost like it's trying to get it started itself. Last night it would start to make an incredibly quiet noise (I barely heard it but kids were asleep, so house was quiet enough) when it was trying to start. I left it plugged in all night and still no change.
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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.
If the phone was totally dead before it refused to charge initially, then the refusal to charge is due to the fact that there was no residual charge left to bring it to a charge, because the battery completely died. To fix it, kick start the charging process. Remove the battery, and using a universal charger (desktop charger) charge the battery for say 10 minutes, before re- inserting the battery to the phone and continuing with the normal charging process. If this does not work out, then problem is with the charging port. It has to be replaced. This can be done by nearby local phone repairers. Hope it helps? Success.
Ifthe cell phone battery is more than 3 - 4 years old then the battery could be wornout. Rechargeable batteries have a finite number of charge and discharge cyclesand will lose their charge capacity over time, i.e. won't charge to 100% andgradually the charge reduces until the battery won't charge up atall.
ORThe battery shows a 100% charge but when the adapter is disconnected thebattery drops off to zero capacity in a very short time.
Ifthe battery drops to an unacceptable charge level then the battery needs to bereplaced.
spiderandy12 lisren rake the battery out of the phone, Next look at the contacts to make dutr their is no corrision on the phone. The charging port sounds like it is shot. Take another charger and plug it into your phone and see if it woks. You may need a micro charger
Return the phone to the dealer and they will probably give you a new one. The phone should be under warranty. The phone may have a bad motherboard and just died. make sure your battery is the same model battery if not get the same model battery for his phone. But i would just try and get a new one from your dealer.