Question about Motorola Mobility A630
Hi, I have the same chargong prolem with my A630. I know it is not the charging port problem because when I connect a charger I get an error message saying it was unable to charge. So I guess it is a blown fuse as you have described. Can you tell me the location of the fuse on the main board? Thanks!
Don't know how to replace the "fuse" you mentioned but there is an indirect solution to the charging problem. There are a number of cheap Motorola phones that use the same battery. Get one of them from eBay for a few bucks and use them as an "external desktop" battery charger. Then just swap the batteries when needed.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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