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Backlight problem Hi there, I just purchased the razr v3 and am not sure how the backlight on the keypad works. It seems to come on whenever it wants. I was told by a Verizon associate that it has a sensor and only turns on when dark enough. I went to use it in my car at night and the backlight did not come on, although it has come on during the day when the sun is out. What's up with that?

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Exchange the phone for a new one.........see if that corrects the issue

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