red_supra, don't go telling people on this forum that i had the same problem and it's fixed and to ask me about it. it's NOT fixed and i'm NOT happy .... and i know nothing about doing my own flashing and flexing, i leave that stuff to the pros who have been doing it for years. i don't want to screw up an expensive phone and have a eye catching paperweight ( which is what this V600 is now )
until you have fixed this problem i am happy and i am satisfied that the phone is 100% working do not post comments telling people to contact me.
i'm still waiting for you to square up with me so i can have the V600 looked at .... time's ticking and need this to be taken care of by monday and today is already have gone ....
Retired: HTC TyTn, XDAmini, Nokia 6600, Alcatel G700, Siemens S35i, SE T68i, SE T616/T610, Moto T900
Rogers (Canada), o2 (Germany)
Ditched: Vodafone (Germany), Fido (Canada)
Well, a shop in Pacific Mall managed to fix it somehow, though they called me to say it wasn't working, and when I got there it all of a sudden powered up ok (they said the phone was ok, bu the screen was dead).
Anyways, the phone works again thanks - maybe - to a firmware flash, but the bluetooth has been sketchy, so who knows...
I've got a Motorola V80 and it's about 5 months old. Suddenly the phone started to show an 'invalid battery' message on screen. It also showed a message 'insert SIM' when the SIM was already in the phone.
The phone started freezing and none of the keys would work. I would have to actually remove the battery to take the phone off.
Does this sould like a hardware or software problem? If it's software, can someone tell mw what to do?