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Bad contact between the phone and the base unit making the pair think they are low on battery.

it probably wouldn't hurt to get some rubbing alcohol, and clean the charging contacts on the base station and the handset. Oxidation can build up, and depending on whether you normally leave the handset on the charger or not, that oxidation can interfere with the contacts.

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I don't know whether the free unlock code will solve the issue in the phone. To get the free instructions of the phone, i recommend you to visit the site MobileUnlockGuide.com where you will get the solution for your phone.
http://mobileunlockguide.com/

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According to the user guide which you can read at the link below, the factory-set USER lock code is 1234. The document also covers lost codes, saying, "If You Forget a Code, PIN, or Password Note: Your phone's 4-digit unlock code is originally set to 1234, and the 6-digit security code is originally set to 000000. Many service providers reset the unlock code to the last 4 digits of your phone number before you receive your phone. If you forget your unlock code, try entering 1234 or the last 4 digits of your phone number. If that does not work, do the following (and shows a graphic of doing...) Press the OK key, then the keypad keys to enter your security code (or try the defaults I mentioned above) and press SUBMIT to enter the code. Here is the link to the page I was quoting from. Once you've assured yo ur not a robot, look for the BLUE download button just below that. Best wishes! -Mark
Motorola V325 V323 V323i V325i Manual User Guide

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Yes, it's the battery

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it sounds like a problem with computer you may need updated drivers for the phone see the link https://motorola-global-en-aus.custhelp.com/app/answers/prod_detail/a_id/86941/p/30,2627,3220,2844

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Before you go any further, try entering the last four digits of your phone number is the unlock code - that's the default on this device. Hope it works for you!

A complete user guide (in case you lost yours) is available at the link below and is for your phone with Verizon as a carrier: http://www.motorola.com/moto_care/manuals/w_series/w755_ug.pdf http://www.motorola.com/moto_care/manuals/w_series/w755_ug.pdf

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Check the OM for your phone: each has its own specific.

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You don't need any program to help you transfer files between your PC and your phone.

**Simply open up My Computer on your PC
**Scroll down the window opened before you (you should see your drives
C:/
Cd-rom
...and your Motorola as a storage drive

Click to open it and you will get presented with lots of folders inside your phone.
Navigate your way to transfer files between your PC and your phone.(either way)

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You may have to conclude the battery is incapable of recharging.

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get a lawyer involved
take it to a phone / repair shop for a diagnosis and quote then present that to the lawyer to get action from motorola

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Tip

Sim Network Unlock Pin Motorola


How to enter my Unlock Code on Motorola ?
Model : All Motorola

1 - Switch ON your phone with a not allowed SIM Card,
2 - Phone show "Enter Special Code",
3 - You can now enter the Unlock Code we send to you.

WARNING : If one of theses messages appear :

- "Contact Service Provider"
- "Tampert Alter"
- "Wait before enter special Code"
- "Contact Service'

It's because you or somebody allready enter too many wrong codes, you just have to let phone ON on theses errors messages and after 40 min to 2 hours maximum the message "Enter Code Special" will appear again !
https://www.unlockbase.com/faq/en/Q_47.html

on Nov 11, 2017 | Motorola Mobility Cell Phones


the screen is damaged. can be replaced just google cell phone repair and zip code.

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It's one of the disadvantages of LCD technology.

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It can happen when phones update their software. It also can occur when the earset battery gets too old to hold the full charge.

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It has water inside...put the phone in a bag of rice for a few days...It will draw the moisture out..Take your covers off also

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take it to a phone store and see if they can boot it to factory settings

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Put your phone in pairing mode too. Make is visible to other devices so you can pair successfully.

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PUK Locks or SIM Locks only come from the company that own the phone, usually the cellular provider when it was new. PUK Locks are also used when a phone is stolen so that the new user who bought it from a guy in a bar can't use it. Contracts are normally 2 years. The PUK lock is from the original company. This issue is NOTHING to do with Motorola. The company that had the phone originally as being difficult so that you can't use it, because they don't like losing your business and the phone they provided to you. They lock with a 128bit RSA encryption key at firmware level, which is the part of the phone that loads the data on the SIM and loads the Operating System. Plan B is to sticlk with Telstra, Plan C is get a new phone from another company.

Read this tip I wrote which fully explains

Your phone is asking for PUK code

and then I wrote this after a young lady who read the first one and then posted there must be another way to get past a PUK Lock.

So your phone asks for PUK Code and you ask if there is another way

Once you have got it unlocked, take it a kiosk or shop of the new company and let them put the new service on it. They need control of the phone physically to make it theirs via IMEI number.

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sorry fixya can not assist with this . try the manufacturer

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