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Hello,

Motorola L6 does not charge on computer with usb. Its only some Motorola L7 and V3i that does charge with Computer.

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Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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Computer in Hibernation mode 
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USB Port 2.0 
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Latest firmware 
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