Question about Verizon Communications G'zOne Type-V Cellular Phone
If after taking the battery OUT and it STILL displays that warning information. Then I am afraid you have "Spiked" your USB interface, this is an all too common occurrence. I see it often in my shop. There is NOT a lot that a user can do to repair this problem. The USB, interface, has become damaged somehow, during the connecting or disconnecting of the Phone to the USB port. In my professional opinion, I suggest that you get the unit looked at by a Cell Phone Repairer . Ask for a "Quote" for any repair, before you proceed with any repair. That way you can make an informed decision as to repair or replace, as often the cost of repair can often equal, or exceed the cost of a similar NEW phone.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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