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i dont think that these vehicles for this year automaticly lock themselves so you must be locking yourself in with the switch inside the vehicle ,Now is this antitheft device the factory immobilisor as i have never seen fault on our europeon models which makes me think that this is a after market device and as such if i am correct in this then i would get my side cutters out and remove the thing as this is the sort i fault i see a lot of on here with american cars ,i think its a viper auto start /alarm and they seem to give no end of problems judging by the questions.For the life of me i cannot understand why anyone would want to lock themselves in a car in case of an accident and someone outside couldnt get you out in a hurry ,But who am i to judge but our europeon models do not lock themselves and never give a problem with the alarm going off when driving in fact they are one of the better cars for not giving immobilisor problems ,the door lock with its peculiar rod at the back that breaks with great frequency is a pain but alarms ? never a problem
does it flash say 8 times then a little break then flash again 8 times or 9 or 10 . The flashes are giving the type of fault you have. Say 3 flashes then a tiny break then 3 flashes and a tiny break so on...
their is nothing you can do but replace the battery have you triedl etting the battery go totally flat so the phone dont even light up then try full charge again you are supposed to do this every couple of months this prolongs the life of the battery if this dont work then the battery will need replacing hope this is some help
Probably a hardware issue, but the issue could also be with your USB port - make sure that there are no yellow exclamations next to the usb port in the PC device manager.
The battery indicator might not be stable during the following activities because they use large amounts of power:
1. The backlight of the LCD 2. Volume change 3. Pressing function keys and buttons 4. Reading the CD or files (Loading data to the memory)
battery indicator shows the life expectancy of the battery based on
current power usage. During these high power usage activities, that may
only last a few seconds, the indicator will obviously show a lower
level on the battery indicator. Once the high power activity has ended
it will show a more accurate battery level.