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i've incountered your problem when i bought a car charger..the reason i know is that on the car charger itself. The car charger hava electronic parts inside on it to make the power of car battery will be stepped down into the power needed by your fon batterry..so,if these electronic parts particularly capacitors are not filtered to much the power which distributes to your fon battery.then you can hear unwanted noisy sounds to your fon everytime you are going to charge.So,if you can bring it to an electronic technician for check-up,go on.But if you have the knowledge to do it,then go on and investigate the possible defects i told you..
hi the problem with unlocking your phone is it can be only done using a flash lead and the software to unlock the phone the older motorola phones you could unlock using a code but when they made the newer ones they disabled this and the software on the phone dont allow you to remove the subsidy lock. This is true for most newer phones uptill last year you could unlock all nokias using a code but the newer phones you cant do it. The only way it can be done is take it into phone shop and pay small fee or you can buy the lead and download the software to unlock the phone. If you goto ask.com and type in free motorola unlock codes you will see that it cant be done on your model without a cable sorry i couldnt offer anymore help but all phone experts will tell you it cant be done using codes have a look for yourself let me know if you need further assistance