Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Sorry to say this and frankly please don't rate this as anything other than fixed or don't rate it all since I can only give you news you probably already have sensed through intuition.
Anything magnetic should be kept as far away from computerized devices as possible.
Frankly, I surprised that only your screen is affected. You got lucky that way actually since you can still use the phone to call and receive at least.
I won't go into the physics on how screens work on cell phones but suffice it to say they're sensitive to magnetism due to the physics involved.
If you have insurance you can get it replaced for $50. Otherwise you will have to take it in to a phone store operated by your provider. They will probably give you a loaner phone while its in for repairs unless you choose to upgrade into something new.
Sorry again, its not what you wanted to hear, put if you rate this rate this as fixed please since its the only answer. Otherwise, please don't rate it at all.
Sorry again to be the bearer, etc. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
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