I seriously got my Razr V3 phone TWO DAYS AGO and it already crashed. I was trying to email it a picture message from my computer, it went dead. Then I called T-Mobile, they had me remove the battery, put it back in, etc. and all that happened was the keypad flashed and it does not turn back on or take a charge. I've seen numerous posts like mine, and I'm just wondering what are your thoughts about this? Is it possible to fix this on my own? I am waiting for a replacement phone, but is it even worth it to own a razr? Also, if you wouldn't mind telling me, what are your general tips on caring for a razr/what can you do if a common problem arises? What are the most common problems, what would I need to know about fixing them for the future if I did want to own one?
Thanks so much, I would really appreciate some advice. You don't even know what it took for me to get this phone. It was free. Go figure.
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- "Tampert Alter"
- "Wait before enter special Code"
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It's because you or somebody already entered too many wrong codes, you
just have to leave the Motorola RAZR V3 ON with the errors message and
after 40 minutes to 2 hours the message "Enter Code Special" will appear
Have you updated the firmware lately? Some of the newer versions wont let you delete your ringers once they are stored. Do you know how to use bitpim? If not shoot me an email and i can walk you through it. It is really easily to use. Good Luck!
I would definitely reset the phone, unless you can find a way to clear the text messages out before it crashes to the Main Menu. My guess is that you have a corrupted text message in your inbox, and it is crashing the software.
Resetting the phone will wipe out all of the data on it, so make sure you back it up first. If you have the Motorola Phone Tools, you may also want to try accessing the text messages or updating the phone software through it first.