Question about Motorola Mobility RAZR V3
Hi, it depends..It might be a network issue from your network service provider,due to power malfunctioning...And also could be from the cell phone it self..
You will need to ask a friend around if he or she is experiencing the same fluctuation of network signal to be very sue it's from the netwrok signal..
Yep... I would definitely say the internal antennae is going. You may want to have it checked out at either an AT&T store or a place that repairs Motorolas. Either way, it sounds like it's definitely an antennae problem.
Also the razors have alot of hardware and software bugs......the easiest way to solve this would be to do a master reset by going to the security menu and selecting the master reset option and following the prompt. Make sure you bake up any info you wanna keep like ringtones contacts and pics. Bluetooth to another phone would be the most sensible option. If for some strange reason reverting to factory performance settings does not work it is possible that the antenna has worked itself loose. In this case you must remove the back panel with a small screwdriver after removing the battery and its cover. At the bottom you will see a clear shell with a copper node, this is the antenna. Remove is by prying up near the tabs on the clear housing. Make sure reposition the antenna within the housing and make sure the node snaps securely back into the copper "fork" receptor. snap everything back together and your ready to go........if you really dont want to have to transfer your data and do a master reset, try the hardware fix first.....theres is no way i can know for certain without having the device in front of me but one of those two is almost guaranteed to do the trick.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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