I have a gold motorola razr that began to act weird while I was in Texas. All of a sudden the phone began to beep as if I was adjusting the volume and it began to do that on its own. I could not operate any keypad functions for an hour or so. It began to work as it should, then started beeping and the volume began to adjust itself again. I checked for buttons that may have become stuck but no luck. I can only use the phone for about an hour before the volume began to adjust on its own and the keypad locks
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Open the back of phone where the battery is and remove battery. you will se the diagram of the memory card where the battery was removed. the mimory care slides in rught under the plate where the speaker is. you will see the silver area and if you tilt it up and look in you will see the gold connectors. really easy and you can do it
That is odd that it would do that. I would remove the card and clean the gold contacts with a q-tip and if you have canned air, blow out around the area where the contacts are. It seems unlikely that dust would get in there, but it is possible. If that doesn't work, you can clean those contacts with a q-tip and a little alcohol. But not too much. Just enough to barely wet them.
1) Open the back of your Razr by removing the back cover 2) You do not need to remove the battery 3) You'll notice a little gold switch below the battery on the right-hand side 4) The gold switch should be in the left position 5) Move the gold switch from the left to the right and back again to the left 6) Replace the back cover, and try your camera now.
I don't know why this worked for me, but I 18 photo remaining again.