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Motorola Karma will not charge. When hooked up to charger screens displays at&t logo, then fades. Does this repeatedly. Will not charge and will not boot up. Still under warranty, just received the new phone. Same thing is happening. Could this be the battery? Or the charger?

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SOURCE: Motorola V551 Unable to charge

Make sure that you are inserting the charger perfectly strait into the phone so that both metal connector snap into place, at work we have a data base of different phones (not the V551) but we have the V600/V300/V330 and all have known issues for not taking charge as people do not attach the charger correctly. If this isnt the problem next step would be to try another charger, if you have a friend with a Vxxx series phone all chargers are pretty much the same, if you have had the phone for less then 90 days most carriers will warranty you charger and sometimes the manufacturer will warranty it for 1 year. If its a problem with the phone then the carrier and manufacturer offer 1 year warranty. If there is a cingular store in your area you could also try going there to test your battery in another V551 to narrow down exactly were the problem is.

Posted on Aug 28, 2007

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SOURCE: Motorola E815 - Battery Charger

The E815 has a very poor design on the charger port. The cleaning that Solution #1 referred to is that Verizon cleans the contacts of both the phone and the charger using rubbing alcohol on a toothbrush to clean both the phone contacts and the charger contacts. I have to do this once a week or so to keep my phone charging. The rubbing alcohol dries quickly and will not harm the phone. Motorola has changed the charging ports on the newer phones because they recognize that they have a problem with this design. I have also turned in my phone to Verizon (twice) for a replacement. If you replace the phone be careful to record ALL your contacts because when Verizon transfers your contacts from the old to the new phone the speed dial numbers all get messed up because they start their numbering differently than you had it. I am still repairing my speed dial numbers. Hope this helps.

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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SOURCE: Motorola i880 white screen flashes i880 won't charge

the i880 & the i885 needs a quality charger, if you get a original Motorola charger IT WILL WORK. There are some aftermarkets that will work, but not many.

Posted on Aug 02, 2009

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I think the charging port is bad and this could be as a result of factory error since the fault is not from you. The phone restarts probably because the charging ports is bridging.

I will advice that you purchase a desktop charger that will enable you charge the battery seperately and when the battery gets full, you insert it into the phone. You could get another battery so that while you charge one, you use the other.

Or if you can look for a repairer, that will help you fix the fault of your phone.

Best wishes

Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I just bought a motorola E815 cell phone and it will not charge

Remove battery, clean contacts between battery and phone, also be sure to use an original Motorola charger instead of one of those "universal" type chargers.Hope this helps!

Posted on May 25, 2010

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