My Motorola razr3 it is brand new and it is losing the charge after a few hours. I have turned off the screensaver and have the back light go off in 20 seconds rather then 40. and that has helped a little bit.
I think it is losing the charge faster because it is roaming.
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Not a real technical solution but if the original battery is still being used then there is a chance the battery is not holding the charge. I've had this issue in the past with a Motorola Droid and after the battery was replaced it held on for a few days instead of a couple of hours. Depending on phone use and charging methods older batteries will not hold a charge for long. I would recommend trying to get a battery saver app from the Google Play store to see if it helps as well. Again, this isn't a real tech solution but I hope this helps you along some. =)
Clean the contacts with a pencil eraser, both on the battery and the charger. Then despite the flashing let the battery sit on the charger for a good 12 hours to see if it will clear. It is possible the battery has gotten too low to charge. In the shop we sometimes have to "jump start" a new battery by placing it on the charger two to three consecutive times for a few hours. If this does not clear the issue, contact the place of purchase and request a replacement. Motorola brand batteries have a one year warranty.
I have the same problem, when the battery goes dead, it seems to do so instantly vs. just holding the charge for less time. You can replace the battery, but with the prices coming down and the fact that the map upgrades cost what they do, I'm thinking it's more cost effective to just buy a new GPS.
Sounds like you need a battery. The key here is that the battery is losing charge while it is supposed to be charging. Works like a car battery, even if the alternator is working 100%, if the battery is pooched, the car won't start.
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