Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
This is most likely a connection/hardware issue.
A new phone is probably a good idea. Maybe your carrier offers a replacement or insurance program. If the phone is less than 30 days old, they will replace it for free. You can also send the phone off for repair, but that can get spendy, quick. This is usually the result of the wires that connect the screen to the circuit board on the bottom half of the phone, (behind the buttons) come partially loose and the imaging processor over compensates making the screen slide to the left or right and off into space.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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