Question about Motorola Cell Phones
I agree. I also have a Motorola "blur" phone and am experiencing a similar problem. I bought the phone thinking I would be able to program it myself (I have repaired over 100,000 Motorola phones working for Sprint/Nextel. Anyway, I found out that I was supposed to start the "blur" account by following the prompts on the startup screen on the phone. It was too late because I had set up the account online with my desktop computer. I can still use the account but it won't locate the phone nor can I use the many features it has. I am thinking of doing the same as you and taking it to a Radio Shack. I may call T-mobile first and ask what my options are or just terminate the contract. Sorry I can't offer you a better solution.
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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