Hi, I own a Motorola V3 Razr with T-Mobile. My sticker located on the battery is supposed to be white, but its red. The T-Mobile employer told me that it had water damage, and I never dropped my phone in water so it had to be my daughter slobbing on my keypad. The phone itself still works and powers on but the KEYPAD DOES NOT WORK!!! So, what is a solution for me to solve this problem without starting my contract over?
There are a few option that can try, the first is to call motorola and see if you can get the phone swapped, do not tell them that you got the phone wet because you are immediatly in void of your contract. If they still won't swap it with you ( which by the way there are certain little thing that have to be in your favor, i.e. must have purchased the phone less than a year ago, no cracked screen, etc, etc...) Then there are a few sites that will tell you that you have some connectors that are either wet or loose thus resulting in no response from your keypad. You may wanna try and see if you can find a copy of Motorola Phone Tools (MPT for short). You can either purchase it online for about 20 bucks or check a bit torrent or hack site and you may find a possible download for it, and as always be very careful when searching for torrents and hacks as you may find more than what you asked for. Once you've got a copy of MPT you'll need to update the software that comes with it or it may not recognize your phone. This great software allows you to do many things besides just update your phone like add custom photo, ring tones, music, movies, back-up your phone book, etc. to your phone without having to download. If you have more questions about this product (which by the way I've used for over a year now with no problems), please repost and I'll besure to reply as I'm looking for some solutions for my RAZR V3 issues myself.
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Hi if you want to unlock your Motorola razr v3 mobile from network lock then visit Superunlockcodes.com here they ask you the network name to which your mobile is locked and the IMEI number of your mobile .Then at last they deliver you code to unlock your mobile.
Remove the battery!! Let the phone sit in a warm place for several days. Keep checking once a day or so to see if it will work. Always remove the battery while drying. If after a few days of drying it still is not fucntioning, it's wasted!
first, make sure your Razr has no physical or water damage. If it's a T-Mobile phone, there will be a red sticker on the phone behind the battery. That indicates the phone as been exposed to water damage. Could mean the phone is shorting out on you. Now, I would suggest if the is NOT water damaged, to powercycle (turn off and on the phone) daily. Just off for about 30 seconds. Not long at all. If the white screen continues, do a master reset. Settings, -intial set up-master reset-code is 1234 or if you put in a different security code. This will work!
dude , just remove the battery cover... and remove the battery... just put a sticker on the top side of the battery... and stick a sticker on top of the sim card and close the battery cap... it will be fine
Advise. If this is your 3rd RAZR V3, you must encourage Cingular (Now is the new AT&T) to replace your whole unit with another model. A friend of mine exchange his phone 4 times, until Cingular replace it. Motorola had too many problems with RAZR phones and that's why they launch quickly the SLVR L7.
They still producing the RAZR, because users love the style and shape of the phone, but reality is that Motorola had several heavy issues with RAZR (Bluetooth, batt, microphone, etc.)
If you're paying for an insurance on your unit, encourage them to replace it.