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Re: razr v3 wont charge
Since the AC is fine (tested) then the phone is probably faulty at the Mini-USB connector. Please check if there is play at this point as a broken (damaged that is) connector will not perform any function. (Test is as well with your handsfree if any) If there is no audio at this point 99% is the connector.
Surely the pins that are used are not the same for charging/handsfree but you can get an idea if the problem is bigger than thought initially.
Problematic batteries can also lead to non charging. 3.6-3.7V (+0.3V) is nominal voltage that the battery works. (if you have a multimeter please test it as well)
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Check the contacts between phone and battery,
if necessary align or clean. Are
you using original Motorola charger? This solved my problem; I was trying to
charge it with one of those "universal" chargers. Hope this helps!
1) check by using another charger...if it gets charged then change ur charger..
2)if its not getting charge then replace the battery and then try charging...if its again not working then battery problem..change it
3)if the battery s in proper condition then the problem s with the phone charging socket..change it for cost!!!!!!!!
have you tried measuring the output voltage on the charger?? if not... use a multimeter to check if there is a voltage coming out on the charger.. if there is... you doomed.... the charging module (charging IC) on your phone is fckd..
You simply need a new battery. Razr batteries are notorious for loosing life and the entire problem is the chargers you are using. You MUST have one with an IC chip that tells it when to stop charging otherwise watch how long you are charging it. Also when you have a new battery let it fully charge and fully die twice before you start normal charging this helps a lot.
umm dat mite be a prob becuz the car usually pumps more voltage in the fone...........and if too much is pumped it damage the circuit board and mite even fry the system......
be care ful and keep trying the wall charger..........hope it works