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'Unable to Charge'?

I just got a new Razor V9 yesterday and I plugged the charger in to charge it up. I got a message on the screen that said 'unable to charge'. I noticed that the front display light wouldn't go off and the battery was dead after a couple of hours. At that time, it allowed me to charge it. The display light turns off, but tonight when I plugged the charger in, I get the same message 'unable to charge'. Does the battery have to be totally dead before it can be charged again??? Is it a defective phone???

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  • LisaR5 Apr 06, 2008

    I had a Samsung Sync and had it replaced twice through warranty but had too many problems, so they just sent me the razor V9...it's a refurb. I'll try a different charger and see if that works. Thank you!!

  • kenick Jul 02, 2008

    I just bought a Motorola Razr2 V9... its 3-4 days old... and when I try and charge it, I get a message that says my phone os unable to charge...
    I tried charging it on my laptop via the usb connection and I tried my normal charger in every socket of the house... it worked the other day but now it isn't
    what can I do to fix this or do I need to get a new phone?

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    and when you take battery out and plug charger in it blinks off and on

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Motorola v9 does not power on but when put on charger powers on but says unable to charge under att called warranty got new phone does the same thing whats up

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COULD BE THE PHONE BUT MOST LIKELY ITS THE CHARGER, IF ITS AFTERMARKET GET RID OF IT AND BUY OEM, TRY AND TEST IT OUT WOULD A FREINDS MOTOROLA CHARGER SINCE THEY'RE MOSTLY THE SAME CHARGERS AND SEE IF YOU STILL GET THE MESSAGE.

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