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Motorola phones can do this when they have a problem with their bootloader or software files.
 
It should be possible to load into FastBoot mode to re-flash the phone's ROM and hopefully resolve the issue.
 
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting into it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This should bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. For this, I direct you to thisan existing guide: [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true] guide.
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting into it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This should bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. For this, I direct you to thisan existing guide: [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true] guide.
 
I hope this works for you, I've used this method on other Motorola phones such as the Atrix 2 and the Bionic.
 
If nothing else, it's easier to try this than to replace the phone.

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編集者: Ron Davis ,

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Motorola phones can do this when they have a problem with their bootloader or software files.
 
It should be possible to load into FastBoot mode to re-flash the phone's ROM and hopefully resolve the issue.
 
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting into it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This should bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. For this, I direct you to a guide already made,this existing guide: [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true]
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting into it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This should bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. For this, I direct you to a guide already made,this existing guide: [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true]
 
I hope this works for you, I've used this method on other Motorola phones such as the Atrix 2 and the Bionic.
 
If nothing else, it's easier to try this than to replace the phone.

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編集者: Ron Davis ,

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Motorola phones can do this when they have a problem with their bootloader or software files.
 
It should be possible to load into FastBoot mode to re-flash the phone's ROM and hopefully resolve the issue.
 
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting in tointo it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This willshould bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. Tor thisFor this, I direct you to a guide already made, [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true]
This is a fairly in-depth process. Before getting in tointo it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This willshould bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't reset here, then I would suggest proceeding with flashing a ROM. Tor thisFor this, I direct you to a guide already made, [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot|new_window=true]
 
I hope this works for you, I've used this method on other Motorola phones such as the Atrix 2 and the Bionic.
 
If nothing else, it's easier to try this than to replace the phone.

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編集者: Ron Davis ,

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It should be possible to load into FastBoot mode to re-flash the phone's ROM and hopefully resolve the issue.
 
This is however a fairly in-depth process, beforeprocess. Before getting in to it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This is FastBoot, ifwill bring you to FastBoot. If the phone doesn't power reset herehere, then iI would suggest a ROM, forROM. Tor this I direct you to a guide already made, [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBootFastBoot|new_window=true]
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If nothing else, it's easier to try this than to replace the phone.

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オリジナル投稿者: Zillatron ,

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Motorla phones can do this with they have a problem with their boot loader or software files.

It should be possible to load into FastBoot mode to re-flash the phone's ROM and hopefully resolve the issue.

This is however a fairly in-depth process, before getting in to it, make sure the phone will actually boot and run in FastBoot. To do this, turn the phone off, then hold the Vol+, Vol- and power buttons all at the same time until a white screen appears, then release. This is FastBoot, if the phone doesn't power reset here then i would suggest a ROM, for this I direct you to a guide already made, [http://theunlockr.com/2012/01/24/how-to-restore-the-motorola-droid-razr-using-fastboot-files/|Motorola Droid RAZR FastBoot]

I hope this works for you, i've used this method on other motorola phones such as the Atrix2 and the Bionic.

If nothing else, it's easier to try this than to replace the phone.

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