My Motorola V710 was working fine until the battery died. When I connected the charger the main screen just began to flash in period of 1 second showing me the HELLOMOTO startup screen. The phone doesn't seem to charge and doesn't turn on either. I don't know WTF happened, please tell me how to fix this.
-No water damage
-Battery works fine
-My charger is - CH600 Travel charger
-Tried a different charger
I have the exact same problem with my E815 Motorola...only had a month or two, forgot to charge and battery went dead. Now moto screen comes on for about a second and dead? Try to get to boot loader, same thing...dead.....Bob
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Re: Doesn't turn on!!
You need to try and get into the boot loader to see if you can flex/flash it from there. a new flex should solve the problem, unless there is physical or water damage to it.
It could also be a defective battery. Are you positive the battery works?
Did you do any kind of upgrade on the phone? played with it's firmware?
On flashing - http://wiki.howardforums.com/motorola/index.php/How_to_flash_with_RSD_lite
Flexing is done the same way
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its possible its your friends phone, make sure your bluetooth is completely on by going to "turn on blutooth" first then make your phoen discoverabel and try it with soemone elses phone. it doesnt matter that it flashes, as liong as it as the lil blue tooth sign on the top of the screen, only problem with that phoen is its supports limited files throguh bluetooth
Supported Profiles: HSP, HFP, DUN version 1.1 / DUN profile carrier-dependent
Is the battery lithium -ion? If not, you have an older generation of battery.
Having mentioned that, some batteries need an introductory "conditioning period". Continue your excercise of charging and draining (dont drain too too low) and hopefully you will start seeing some decent longer lasting charges.
as i think that charger was not compatible to your phone so when you tried charging it the battery is dead bcoz of excess voltage than it normally bears with the compatible charger of ur phone ... so this excess voltage has made the battery to be short circuited due to this may be the charging ic or the capacitor is gone ... so i suggest you to take the cell to the near by technician and just have a check...
the only problem with all motorola phones is that it only charges with the charger with the desired voltage ... if the voltage of the charger is low then it will not show any response(i mean it will not charge but it will not cause any thing to battery as it is of less voltage than the desired voltage ) so i think the charger you buyed provides more than the desired voltage so the battery is dead .....
While not a fix for this problem, what I have found to work nearly every time is to set something slightly heavy on the charger prong where it enters the phone. Turning it over and resting the prong on a book also allows it to make the necessary contact. It has lasted me for two years; one year charging just like that.