Hi, I recently dropped my motorola v3 razr phone on the the floor and it switched off all by itself. After 4 hours when I wanted to make a call, I realized that it is switched of. After that, the actual problem started.
When I make a call , the call lasts for 2 to 3 minutes and then the screen turns white and call is silent.(my cell phone literally hangs for some time) .Then I cut the call (pressing the red button) and the screen comes back to normal but I have zero signal bars for a second . And then I make a call again. please give me a solution for this problem!!!
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this is raicheal
can i solve the problem
here is the solution
it is the motorola service i am sure it will not fail easily
so take the mobile first press the keys
if it doesnot work properly take the sim and notice the failure
Well i suggest that you take the case of your phone and have a look at your screen maybe some of the screws have gone missing or the screen has just worn itself out? . Note youll need a t6 or t7 torx screwdriver to do this , hope i helped
Hi, before sending it in or taking it to a
Motorola repair station, try this. Open phone turn it over so camera is facing you with finger behind and thumb of your right hand sweeze the area between camera lens and the vol up down button to reseat the ribbon connector that is located in that area between the cases. This worked for me and it is worth trying.
Advise. If this is your 3rd RAZR V3, you must encourage Cingular (Now is the new AT&T) to replace your whole unit with another model. A friend of mine exchange his phone 4 times, until Cingular replace it. Motorola had too many problems with RAZR phones and that's why they launch quickly the SLVR L7.
They still producing the RAZR, because users love the style and shape of the phone, but reality is that Motorola had several heavy issues with RAZR (Bluetooth, batt, microphone, etc.)
If you're paying for an insurance on your unit, encourage them to replace it.