I have an orange 9900 en-v and it keeps turning off at random times i called verizon and they are gonna charge me 100 dollars if they find something wrong i know i dropped it once and i think my little one got it wet but i let it dry out it is a replacement phone aleady and i dont know what to do i dont want to keep this one but i dont want to get rid of it can i fix this
I have the same phone and had the same problem. I removed the battery and found that right where the battery contacts the phone they was some accumulated dust so i cleaned that and also the battery contacts and it stays on now. Oh and i drop mine on a very regular basis too,,,,,,,hope this helps !
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I have a droid x and keeps turning off and on randomly, I took it to Verizon and they factory reset the phone and reset the battery but it didnt fix it! so I end up getting a new one on the mail!(warranty) but the new replacement does the samething! took it to verizon store and they did the samething, except that this time, they gave me a new battery! but stil does the samething! can someone help me with this?
I suggest taking it into the Verizon store; I know this doesn't solve your problem, but I've had a similar problem with my Voyager. This is actually my 4th phone now, and all of them have been turning off constantly even when being set down gently; I just keep going back to the store & getting it replaced until my plan is up. I hope I helped some!
Have them block the data feature from your line of service. They should have offered to do this for you the first time you called regarding data usage you denied using. Some phones (what is your phone), depending on their type and capabilities, will access the web whether you tell them to or not. If you use picture mail, you would likely lose this ability when you block data (I am not 100% familiar with Verizon's billing system capabilities so maybe not). If this does not solve the issue then they should reset the password for your data resource. Sometimes if you get a recycled phone number you may incur data charges from recurring data instances that were initiated by the previous owner of that number. Resetting the resource password will stop these charges. If these two options are not available to you, they should be crediting your account provide you truely arent using these services.
i've had the same problem, but it doesn't even work if i leave the battery out for even a full day sometimes. i have to press the camera button over and over again for about an hour or two, waste of time! i tried calling verizon but they told me it was end-user abuse, so i have to pay fifty dollars to replace it!
Go to the post titled "Removing cover from LG 9900" started by Wreck 75 (me). A dummy phone is exactly what you need - I thought I saw some orange ones on EBay when I was shoppingfor mine. It is a shame that Verizon plays dumb on this. Replacing the cover turns out to be a quick and easy fix. I
Is it a sidekick 3? If so, is it under warranty? If yes, call t-mobile. The sidekick 3 is known to have an issue with charging ports going bad.
If not under waranty, it will run around 100 dollars to fix.
The other option is to get an external charging cradle and a spare battery. Make sure the cradel has a spare battery chargin slot. This will allow you to allows keep one battery charging and one in the phone. Both items will run about 40 dollars on ebay.