Question about Motorola Mobility Logitech Mobile Bluetooth Over the Ear Headset for RAZR V3c Verizon Cell Phone (980228) Headset
4 new phones and still same problem. -phone time gets slow-loses many minutes and hours -calls to the number go immediately to call waiting -cannot call out. length of time phone is OK varies. Can be OK for days, then above, or quickly. Got ANOTHER new phone on January 1st, went south overnight. Solution is to remove battery and put back in BUT Verizon stores have no clue. One suggestion was a magnet, but none anywhere around the phone-
It sounds like you are in a poor coverage area of under a metal roof. The phone(s) will scan and scan, losing battery charge quickly because they are not designed to scan for long. Calls going to VM and unable to call out simply confirm this to me. New phone will never fix a coverage issue. Buy a high end cellular booster, install it correctly and your phone will work. I cannot emphasize installation enough, I never had a unit return in 18 years if we installed it and had a 70% return by lazy customers. We stopped selling them without installation. Good luck. Start with Wilson and go higher in price if you can.
Posted on Jun 29, 2017
I have been told by both Motorola and LG that it is a Bluetooth profile compatibility issue. I don't know that there's anything that can be done.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
I had the same issue until I realized that I was touching the button twice,- first answering the incoming call, then immediately hanging up!
When you first tap the button there is a slight delay and the incoming call seems to be still ringing but you've really already "answered" it. Just tap once, be patient a couple of seconds and say"Hello". Your caller will be there!
Posted on Dec 15, 2007
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