My phone was needing to be recharged.(that ever so polite tone was reminding me) I no longer heard the tone so I believed that the battery had just run out so I placed it on the charger but the phone did not register being charged..it is just off. do you think that the battery is fried and when I replace it the phone will charge normally or is this a more serious problem?
please help me...
The only way to find out is if you insert someone else's battery into your RAZR and plug in your charger.
If it works, then it's your battery, and you need a new one. If it doesn't work, then you have a serious problem..which may require you to send the phone into repair unless you're happy with attempting the repair yourself.
Check the problem "My RAZR won't stay on" for my advice on the more serious problem.
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some of the message tones on other cellphone brands are irreplaceable and you can't change that for it is on default not unlike those of the smartphones they have the option of either adding message tones and ringtones or removing entirely all default tones embedded.
on the battery life, try to turn off bluetooth, infrared or other active applications when not needed to minimize battery usage. if possible, try to configure your display's brightness too. if you have a new battery try to wear out factory charge whenever possible before recharging it fully. this will give the battery the boost after it had been recharged fully.
There's no fee needed for help. I have to admit - I've never heard of this error on Garmin units, but there's always a first. It would help to know which Garmin you're talking about. Could you please leve the model name or number?
"Battery missing" would indicate that there is absolutely no charge left in the battery - which would make the GPS believe none is present. Attempt a recharge if you can. More info will come once I know which GPS you have.
The proprietary software can be picky. It can also corrupt data. If the ring tones are downloads from your official cell site "im assuming its sprint." you should be able to erase them and download new copies free of charge. If they are third party ring tones they could be corrupt or an unsupported format. If you continue to have issues with corruptions take your phone into the store and have them do a software upgrade or a refirb. It sould take no longer than 30 mins and will reformat the opperating system and firmware in most cases. FYI any saved data on the phone could be lost including phone numbers unless they make a back up. REMIND THEM. Good look.
if you try turning off the warning tones it should stop this happening but remember this might stop your alarm from working if this dont stop the prob then you will need to get the phone reprogrammed this can only be done through a phone shop hope this helps