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Keyboard will work to dial a call, but then will not work to enter a voice mail PIN, enter an answer machine code, or any other function after dialing the call.

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  • rondo7 Sep 09, 2010

    Tried Master Reset and the DTMF setting. The phone still has the same problem. The keypad works fine to dial a call, but will not work to enter voice mail PIN, answer machine code, etc.

  • rondo7 Sep 10, 2010

    Thanks for your help. I will try that.

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Hi,
This could be because of proximity sensor issue.The proximity sensor in your phone may be defective or the timer settings could be corrupted so reset it.Just reset the Motorola RAZR V3
to factory settings.This will solve the issue.If still the problem persist proximity sensor is defective.

Master reset:
1. Open your phone up and go to “Settings”
2. Next go to the selection for “Initial Setup”
3. Next go to the selection for “Master Clear”
4. Then select to confirm the option.
5. Now enter the security code which "000000" as a default code
6. Finally press select or ok and the phone will reset itself to the factory condition

DTMFmay be a problem sometimes:
It sounds as though your DTMF tones are turned off.
1. From the stand by screen, press the Menu key.
2. Scroll to "Settings", then press Select.
3. Scroll to "Initial Setup", then press Select.
4. Scroll to "DTMF", then press Change.
5. Choose Long, then press Select.

post a comment for further assistance.

Thank you for using fixya have a nice day:-)

Posted on Sep 09, 2010

  • Natarajan Ramasamy
    Natarajan Ramasamy Sep 10, 2010

    Then proximity sensor is defective.It will be near the place where you keep your ear.That is internally to the phone.Sweat or water would have gone in.Replace it.

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Remote Operation
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Remote access away from home
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