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My Razor will turn on but on to the screen that says "HelloMoto". It just flashes that over and over again. I've tried charging it, taking battery out, and turning it on and off....Still,it does it..what

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Hangs on "Hellomoto"
Motorola Software Update (MSU) located on the Motorola website:
http://direct.motorola.com/hellomoto/Motosupport/source/SoftwareUpdateSelect.asp
This should upgrade your phone’s software and restore functionality of the phone.

Posted on May 22, 2008

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