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I had the same problem with my Razr V9,... and Motorola and AT&T
were of no help!... They both claimed that it was a result of physical
damage to the charge connector!... I find this hard to believe, since I
used a USB connector to charge my phone via my computer, and that seemed to cure my charging woes!... I've been charging my phone in this fashion since then, and it
seems to have no problem, thus far!... How can Motorola
and AT&T make a claim that it's due to physical damage to the
charge connector?... If that were the case, wouldn't one have the same
end result by trying to charge it via a USB connection???... It's still
a physical connection!!!... Hope this helps!
it is a Problem of charger Socket in Your Phone, Please Go to the nearest Motorola Service center Or gallary, If Not found, So to any local Mobile Repair Shop. good to go Motorola Service center because they provide original accesories & parts.
Under the settings for usb connection type change the setting to memory card connection. This is subject to having a memory card (Micro sd) installed. Otherwise you may have to install motorola phone software into your computer and use this to update files on your phone. Regards, David M-G