I have seen a lot of posts about screen problems but none like this. If the phone is turned off then back on, not on the charger, the LCD (both internal and external) will not come one. The phone does, howerver. At this point, if I plug it into the charger, turn the phone off, then close the cover, the external LCD will flicker white then come on. At this point, I can open the phone and the internal LCD will function normally. I can then turn the phone on and everything is fine. Of course, once turned off I have to repeat the steps above in order for the phone to function normally.
I don't see how a loose connection could be the problem nor the LCD's themselves. Has anyone else had this problem?
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This is a known problem for Razr V3. I had a phone like it with the same problem four years ago... I bought another brand and put the V3 away..three years later the phone works perfectly but I have not used it since three years..only turned it on to see if the screen will come on. Get the phone repaired or buy a new one. this is common on a RAZR
this problem has probably occured due to the phone being knocked. i used to have a motorola l7 slvr and it did exactly the same, i found that if you hit the back of the phone fairly hard the screen would come back on. im not sure if it is the same for the razr but hey its worth a try. ti be honest i think motorola are terrible mobile phone manufacturers but great 2way radio manufacturers