I think my battery needs replacing as it holds its charge for ever shorter periods. My phonebook is saved to 'phone'. Will this be lost when the old battery is taken out? Should I save the phonebook entries to SIM instead? Is there a quick way to save all of them at once?
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Re: Motorola V3 RAZR
Ya your battery needs to be changed... this type of battery problem occurs due to use of duplicate chargers for charging or by overcharging some thing ... so i suggest you that after taking new battery if you want ur battery to lost long & to give good battery back up then just use original charger & while charging charge until the battery is complete & dnt over charge & charge only when your battery is fully down ... if you follow some of this tips you battery will be fine...
no the phone book is not lost when you take out your old battery bcoz every cell has the RAM memory to store so only it is called as phone memory.....
no need to worry change ur battery dnt take duplicate batteries try taking original ones
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The user manual for the Moto Razr V3 is at:
"V3 GSM Motomanual"
http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/V3c_9496A74O.pdf Pages 68-69 of the manual (which correspond to pages 70-71 of the PDF file) state:
"Calling With 1-Touch Dial
To call phonebook entries 1 through 9, press and hold the single-digit
speed dial number for one second.
You can set 1-touch dial to call the entries in your phone memory
phonebook or the SIM card phonebook:
Find the Feature M> Settings > Initial Setup
> 1-Touch Dial
1 S scroll to the location you want
2 SELECT (+) select the location"
Page 8 (page 10 of the PDF file) indicates that the symbols
(represented by "M>", "S", and "SELECT (+)") mean the menu key, 4-way
navigation key, and SELECT.
Page 51 (pages 53 of the PDF file) explains how to store phone numbers
in the phonebook -- which you can then call with 1-touch dial.
That definitely sounds like a battery problem to me. The battery is no longer holding a charge - there's very little chance that it's a hardware problem.
New batteries can be quite pricey, especially if you buy them from your carrier. This website tends to have them fairly cheap - $13 for your battery. I would swap out the battery and your phone should be fine!
hi, you can transfer your contact details through your pc, by first u may use phone usb, then connect your phone usb to computer and go to my computer, chech for removable disk and find their your phone motorola RAZR V3, open it, go to phonebook and you may copy your phone contacts by simply clicking right click,choose copy and you may save it to your documents.
RE: Transferring phonebook to another mobile phone?
you can do that by first activating your bluetooth under connectivity. once activated/on go ack to phonebook, click send via bluetooth.
Did the phone show it was charging on the display? Was the charger firmly connected to the phone? The batteries will go bad after a period of time of recharge cycles. I have bought replacement batteries for my RAZR on eBay. Remove the battery and do a search on eBay for a NEW battery from a dealer using the battery P/N on the battery. I found a higher capacity battery for mine that lasts even longer on a charge than the original one that came with my RAZR. You can do a search on eBay for "RAZR battery". Look at the mAH rating on your battey, Try finding a replacement with the same or higher rating than your original. The higher the mAH rating, the longer it will last between recharge cycles.
I had the same problem with my phone- i got a cheap generic battery to replace the old one (which wasn't holding a charge for a full day, at that) and then i lost all signal, basically. I tried what scm_pa said he did - charged my old battery up, with the phone off, till the charge was complete- turned the phone on, and voila, reception!