There’s something wrong with the Android device, which is preventing it from completing the boot cycle and is stuck between the boot animation and the unlock screen.Bootloop is mainly caused when system files interfere with each other, causing instability, and crashes at the boot sequence.-It takes awhile to start up, and there is a delay in startup sounds, and sometimes the speaker, not the earpiece, will shutt off for a period of time and won't work. I had it for over two years, and my god, did it take a beating daily. it always had liek a bubble in the middle.happened to almost all razrs.. If you hold down the #1 key on a Razr, you get the first choice, a ".". Also, on a Razr, if you hold the * key for 3 seconds, you automatically get switched to "123" mode. All I want out of a cellphone and provider is good network, light weight, quick-to-call, quick-to-text, makes only the noises I want. Like all Verizon phones, I can't get rid of the standard Verizon voicemail outgoing message. I'd give this a zero rating if I could, but 1 is the worst. Sprint has much better phones that are far less expensive.It is finally time for an upgrade for me this month, so I'll be getting a new phone soon. I gave this phone hell, especially during the last month of my contract with the phone, because I was due for a new one anyway. But when you want to go back to "Abc" mode, you can only do so using a menu. Nokia 3120 on AT&T provided all these except good network coverage. On Razr, the fastest route to a blank txt composition is Msgs Txt Msg (OK). On Razr, to type a number into a txt msg, you've got to either scroll through to the last choice on each key (that's 10 presses on the #1 key to type the number "1"), or you have to select a different input mode (ie, switch from "Abc" to "123" mode). Can't program the voicemail speed-dial to automatically send your password. AT&T allows you to do away with this and use your own personalized message instead. Save yourself the frustration and check out the KATANA DLX, LG Rumor, or any other (non-moto) phone. I got this razr in Christmas of 05 and it is just terrible.Such openness has opened vistas for our great developers to cook ROMs, mods and hacks.
so 0 for the glyde, and 0 for the curve (phones i want ^^) a cheap one would be nice : DDDD I just got rid of this phone (thank god! My service was and still is verizon, and I hated this phone! I know that the thinner the phone, the shorter battery life, but seriously, the Razr isn't too thin. The camera is foggy, and when I take pictures in the dark, all I see is dots of many colors. she liked it, but then again, she wasnt really a heavy user. I've had my razr for about a year i guess and for all its been thru its been a good phone. I did have to use some tape and a case to cover up all the dents and scratches. My carrier is US Cellular and they don't load the phone up with crappy applications like Verizon does. this phone is good, durable, and i should have waited. also, this phone is old and i want to get rid of it ASAP. If there were any upsides, I would have to say that atleast this phone didn't break when I dropped it. I had V3M for over then a year and never had any problems.-Since I first got it, the paint started wearing off of the sides, keypad, and top. I just got out of a 2 year contract with one of these crap phones. The front screen didn't work anymore and at the end the inside screen started going out as well. Nokia 3120 on AT&T provided all these except good network coverage. On Razr, the fastest route to a blank txt composition is Msgs Txt Msg (OK). On Razr, to type a number into a txt msg, you've got to either scroll through to the last choice on each key (that's 10 presses on the #1 key to type the number "1"), or you have to select a different input mode (ie, switch from "Abc" to "123" mode). I had a Nokia 3120 with AT&T/Cingular for 3 years before now. Because it's the first of the thin phones, that' all this has going for it.
-The first time I dropped it after I first got it, the flip got squeaky hinges and wiggles from side to side. I paid 0 and got nothing at all You know, maybe it's just because this was my first phone that was even remotely "with the times", but I absolutely loved this phone. The thing was alright at first like all new things then the turd lost it's luster and surprise I'm left with a turd. When my contract was up I was tempted to toss it into the 500 degrees oven at the plant I worked for and watch it burn like the Terminator but then decided to give it to my niece for her to play with. Motorola RAZR V3m on Verizon only gives the network. Contrast this to one click on my Nokia, just hit left nav-button, and go straight to a blank text composition screen. Contrast this to the Nokia 3120 on AT&T: You just hold down the #1 key for 1 second, and it types "1". I switched to Verizon for better network coverage, and to share free in-network minutes with more friends. December 2007 is when I went back to Sprint after using prepaid cellular with various carriers. This piece of crap is slow, the (standard) battery won't even make it 14 hours on a charge (and I forgot it at home that day)! The standards are higher now, and this model doesn't fit the bill.
The battery is terrible, I can talk on the phone for 10 minutes, next thing I know the phone is dead. Please save yourself the trouble and do not get this phone. It might cost more than the Razor but it is worth it. and it was the worst thing i could have ever asked for... everyone i know who has a razor has a horrible battery life..