My wife has had her Motorola RAZR V3 (purchased in Australia) for just over 1 year (yes just out of Warranty) and when she answers a call (or makes a call), the phone nearly every time will just cut off on her - mid call. The screen goes blank and it disconnects the call. Be pleased if anyone could help with any solutions. Cheers, Jason.
You have to re-install the phone software buddy. Get it to a repair center. Don't worry they wont open up the screws. Its only an external process. If it still does same its an hardware problem for sure.
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It sounds like a stuck button to me since you said there's no signs of liquid damage. I used to diagnose and repair cell phones. With the phone off, just press every button in various angles [instead of straight down]. I hold the phone like Im talking on it, then use my thumb to rotate it around the menu navigation buttons. I would focus on the buttons used to navigate through the menu, then move to the other buttons. Power phone on and test it out. If this doesn't work, then its probably a software glitch as Razr phones are known to have those from time to time. I would then go back to where you got the phone and have them replace it under warranty if you got it within the year. If they won't for whatever reason, get a hold of Motorola and make them repair/replace it under their warranty [as they are the ones who warranty it for a year anyways]. Most cellular companies have policies to exchange defective phone out if within manufacturing [This case Motorola's] warranty.
hi, i am afraid to say, the contact between top portion has been damaged. best option would be replace, contact your service provider and request them to replace it. 1 year phone warranty should be covered by your service provider for replace of refurbished. phone and 30 days replacement for new phones.
i am pretty sure hard/soft reset on this phone will not help. :(
It depends on which carrier the prepaid was with.
if The original prepaid and your wifes plan are both with the same carrier then it should be no problem just swap the sim over.
eg ( telstra to telstra ) or Optus To optus.
If the v3 is an Optus predaid and your wifes sim is a telsra plan then it wont accept the sim as the carriers lock the prepaid phones to their network