Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
My Motorola V3 just stopped working. It turns on fine and everything lights up, but none of the touch pad keys work except the red on-off one. I can't dial numbers or anything. When someone calls in, I can answer it just fine, but can't call out or change any settings. Help???!!!!
I just want to add that the same thing happened to my phone this weekend and holding down the command button really does work. I noticed that right before the problem occured, I accidently hit the command button...I think this problem is related to the command button getting "stuck" in the pressed position. Therefore, banging on the knee or holding down that button for 5 seconds to "unlock" the keys resolves it. Thanks everyone.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
Oh my gosh!!!! It worked!!! It really worked! I had my phone in the back pocket of my jeans when I went outside in a heavy rainstorm to get to my car. When I got to school (I'm a teacher) I realized my phone wouldn't work...except for the power button. None of the other buttons worked at all...AND...GULP....the water indicator sticker inside was red. I got my second graders busy, then looked on here for some help on what to do. I read the comment about how the person laughed, but banged the phone on her knee after reading about banging the phone....not thinking it would work...and it DID! I'm SO happy!!!! Thank you
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
I had the SAME exact problem, and I go so mad and started pushing and holding all the buttons on my phone. Then I found out if you hold the command button (on the top right side of the phone) for about 5 seconds it unlocks all of the keys!!! I was so happy when it worked!
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
I tried both taking the battery out overnight, banging the phone on a hard surface and depressing the control key. The touch pad would work for a second, then stop again. Finally I took out the SIM card, wiped it down, reinserted in and now everything works great again.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
Left or right knee?
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
I had the same problem and have been reading different suggestions that I wasn't thrilled about trying since some of them seemed complicated. Then I just checked another website and noticed someone suggested banging the phone on my knee. I laughed and tried it and it actually worked. I'm glad I gave it a try and realized the suggestion was not a joke!
Posted on Apr 23, 2008
You have to change the flex cable
Posted on Mar 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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