May be hardware or software problem. software light this led in some cases like charging. and may can not light it down because software error. you can look after this in log files if you have any explorer in the phone memory. in ather case there is one transistor that light it up and it can be blown away.
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The motorola A1000 does have a signal problem, however a signal booster has been released and can be purchased by following this link: http://www.mobilephonecrazy.com/modeldetail/a1000,Signal_booster.htm
I'm afraid that you most likely have been suckered, my friend. Look on the back of the phone. If the little round sticker (about the size of a pencil eraser) is red, the phone has liquid damage and is most likely causing the battery not to take charge. If it is still white, then you may have a chance at having the phone replaced by your service provider but the person you purchased the device from will have to place the exchange for you. Is this also a new charger? Could be the USB port..... Good luck!
I have the same problem. What I did several time is to actually shut down the phone, remove the battery and leave it like that for several hours (3 to 4 hours). Then, I put the battery back in the phone, and it would charge again. However, due to the long time with no battery, the phone's clock would be reset to January 2007.
I found no other work around right now. However, I have to do this more and more often, almost once a week ...
This can happen after a while with this phone (I have one) best bet is to buy a new oem shell which includes all external components including cover, entire phone body in red, black, or white, etc Actually quite cheap only around $15 on eBay.
The screen of the a1000 model is composed of 2 parts, the lcd display and the touchscreen pannel wich are both secured in the same housing, protected by a metal frame. Even if you only broke the lcd screen (and the touchscreen is still ok) in most cases, a service center will replace the entire screen assembly. It will cost somewhere around $100-200 depending on wich service center you choose. If you try this operation in a service center, the costs will be greater because you will buy a new screen and pay the labour part. It would be greater if you can buy a second hand broken a1000 with a good display and change it yourself. A1000 and the P9xx series are very easy to dissasemble and work with. You may receive further informations and pictures if you reply with this request.
The short answer would be to try to avoid a service intervention to the phone. It will be very expensive. the a1000 model was made in 2003 so the spare parts that can be found today are expensive and hard to find. Try finding a second hand unit, you may strike a good deal with it.
A1000 are pretty buggy as phones. This may have a lot of causes, most of them because of the software installed, lack of internal memory and so on. When I had my first A1000 I was facing similar problems or the phone simply restarted when I was browsing the menu or things like that. A solution for these problems is a ROM update.However you will need a USB cable, a interface program between the phone and the computer and a ROM file (containing flex and flash). All of this were found on www.machman.gotdns.com but it seems the site is offline now. I'll try to search some of this for you but they are pretty hard to find as these kind of things are done in a phone service facility. Sorry for I can't assist you faster then this.