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MOTO Q CDMA

MY BATTERIES WILL NOT ACCEPT A CHARGE, DO I HAVE TO HAVE THE PHONE TURNED OFF? NOTHING IN THE MANUAL ABOUT IT

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  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2009

    my phone died on me i charged it on and off all day but it never held a charge and now it wont turn on at all.... i swapped batteries and let it charge fully, your battery is prob shot because like me you didnt let it charge fully first or something like that

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--No not certainly --you dont have to turn off your phone while charging --how long you are using this device --if it is more than six months --just get the servicing done by a technician --might be the battery is gone bad

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