I called Motorola and gave them the serial numbers, etc...inside the phone and they told me that they have no record of the numbers. They said it is probably a phone programmed for another country's service...grrrr
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kindly check whether you have activated your secong line of calling !!!! if your second line of calling is activated you cant receive or make calls !!!!!!so press # till your callline gets changed to line number 1
so your firmware is good.... it's not the program,, ir's a hardware failure, you dont have signal...dont you have warranty ? co'z if you're going to the service center they are going to repair your parts. and once they do that youre going to loose your warranty. and fix that is expensive too..you might have faulty ( p.a. power ampli, or uem. power and audio ic.. tnx...
My V3 doesn't work either, the screen randomly turns on occasionally but try taking out the batery and the sim card and they inserting it back in. If this doesn't work i suggest taking the phone back to the place where you brought it. Hope this helps!
what you can do is buy a connector kit from a mototola place and connect it with your computer, then you will be able to see all the numbers on your phone, you will have to maybe manualy transfer the numbers but at least you will have the numbers