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Try avoiding frequent charges. If possible charge only when the mobile has discharged up to a very low power, say 20%. This increases battery life. For now allow your mobile to drain out completely, then follow the above approach, you may observe an improvement in the battery life. If still it does not improve, you need to visit a servicing centre.
Disclaimer: This is purely based on my experience.
First perform an observation of the pwoer charing devcie components. For example, observe the batterie as intact, the cover cases as least compromising the integrity of bateries. Also observe the power charging cables to ascertain that malfunctions are least available disallows full repower charging. Once the observation pahse has been accomplised least attaining any visible malfuncions, re-power charge the device in which instance allow to attain full or extensive power replenishment. Also, at which accomplishment phase, device that least fucntion would require new battery to replace the old. Attain an observation of the feasibility check s on the whole process of reviving the malfunction compared to acquiring a new product. perform compare and contrast prices on the marlket of parts oto resolving the device versus acquring another functioning device.
May be the charger/cord in not functioning.
Please try to charge with another charger. If it gets charged it will confirm that the cord/charger is faulty.
Also check the power outlets. Check that they are functional.
Generally the the power plugs do not fit properly in the wall outlets thus creating this problem. This can be checked if the charging light gets lighted when you plug in.
I don't know what program you were using to upgrade, but it seems that you did not have enough charge on your battery. Try to charge you batery fully with another phone or get a hold of any other V3 phone and use their batery. Then press the * & # together and press the on/off button. it should take you to the boot loader mode. At this time the computer and updater proram should recognize your phone. But I do not know what program you are using.
hai this is sandipan..from india.dear you should have a cd of motorola mobile tools right.ok now you install this cd on your pc. now connect your mobile phone with your pc through data cable.first check your usb port of your com.ok.now start the software(motorola mobile tools) which you installed.it will ask you for the settings.go for the default settings.and please do no update it through net.otherwise sometimes it could make some prob.then the software will initialise your mobile.after a proper connection you can access to computer.