My phone won't send or receive calls or texts. It shows a good signal, but calls and texts fail. When someone calls, it goes straight to voicemail. Also, I had it plugged into my USB port on my desktop PC to charge, and it shocks me when I put it to my face.
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I mentioned this in another area. We just got my son a motorola razr v3m, verizon. Any time he tried to check his inbox (which is text) or tried to send a text it would show memory full....this was the same if he tried to take a picture and send it.
First take out your battery, with the battery out, hold down you on button for like 15 seconds to drain the phone of juice, then put your battery back in it and turn it on. If this did not reset your phone, and if you are on verizon as your carrier, then you need to call them and make sure that they have you set up on their text messaging program. It used to be that if you didn't have, then they would charge you .20 cents a text, but with some of the razr, such as the v3m, you have to actually be on a monthly text plan to view inbox, send text, send pics, and receive pics and texts.
This could be a problem of a weak or worn out battery. perhaps, the next time the problem persists, you could use the phones charger while making a text/call. another option is to check the battery terminals for dirt or other contaminants and clean accordingly. also, have you tried updating the PRL? this refers to the preferred roaming list. dont know why its called that, but it may update the software of the phone. do this by calling star 228, that is, the star button, then 228, then send. I worked in a verizon call center years ago and this is how the phone software was updated. good luck
I would suggest the Motorola RAZR. It is a good phone. On average a good battery will last a couple of days without charge but that's only from experience. I have one just like it. The picture quality is great and I have never had any problems with the bluetooth.