My friend bought it a week ago. the battery wouldnt hold a charge. she threw the box away and couldnt return it. i bought a new a new battery and inserted my sim card. it appeared to be fine . but i casnt make calls or anything i have a signal but i get dead air.. tmobile dropped me from the network and tryed all that and still nothing
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send the phone away for a warranty repair thats if its still in the 12 months warranty. sounds like the phone. since your phone is working with the charger in it, that points to the battery but if you bought a new one then it has to be the phone unless you are very unlucky in getting 2 dysfunctional batteries. But the best way around this is to send it away under warranty
Moto Razr components where taken off the assembly line years ago and all parts used are refurbished or stockpiled.........you have a bad battery, case closed........the razr has a few common flaws...... ear piece, LCD, and battery tends to go out without notice and on a rare occasion wont work right out of the box.....Working at Sprint PCS I saw 1 out of every 15 Razrs have problems straight from the box....take the phone back to the staore and they will giv you a new battery as they should be away of the hiccups associated with this device!!!! :D
and by the way, 3-4 hrs use from a 15 min charge is awesome.......just your battery has an internal flaw that is causing it to transfer too much power.....(i.e. thats how it is able to charge so fast, but also why it dies so fast) if you have another razr laying around try that battery as long as the lettering on the battery is the same....fr example : a battery with the code bt50 and br50 are not interchangeable.
Good Luck and pls rate this post!!!! :D
Your phone for an unknown reason thats hard to determine is draining the battery quicker than it should be which would mean your phone itself is faulty.
Could be a common problem with your phone model, could be a manufacturing defect on that particular phone.
Post back with any new info for further help but your phone may need replacing as trying a new battery is the only thing to try for this problem. Look threw your settings as there may be a power saving mode. That may be your only hope.
Sorry about your luck and thank you for trying Fixya!
Hi try this I had a new Blackberry which required charging every single day, take out battery and press and hold the on button on the phone for a min, then put battery back in and try charging again! mine is perfect now again.
Somebody told me that it's to do with static or something that builds up and flattens the batt.