Major Battery & Connectivity Issues...Out of Ideas!!

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR Support' started by eleusis211, Jun 4, 2013.

  1. eleusis211

    eleusis211 New Member

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    Ok so I have had my Droid RAZR for about a year and a half now. For the last month or so I have been having issues with battery life and network connectivity that have finally deteriorated to the point where the phone is more or less unusable. Here are the symptoms:

    1) When I charge the battery on AC it goes to "Full Charge" within a half hour. However, when I unplug from AC the battery indicator immediately jumps to 50-60% and is usually down to 5% within 15 minutes. The phone is more or less useless unless I leave it plugged in.

    2) The phone will randomly jump to "No Service" when I know I am in an area with service. Turning the phone off/on or waiting a few minutes resolves the problem but it is really annoying.

    3) Sometimes the phone will randomly shut off when I use a battery/memory intensive task such as navigation or viewing video. This happens even when the phone is plugged in on AC.

    I feel like I have tried everything. I've reformatted the internal memory, done multiple hard resets, and even rooted the phone then ran the Battery Calibration app. Nothing seems to work. I am up for a new contract in October so I'm really trying to make this phone last until then. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. This is for a Motorola Droid RAZR 16GB running Android 4.1.2.
     
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    If your phone is constantly loosing service, that can cause battery drain because it is always searching for a signal.
    You may have a bad SIM card. I would take it to Verizon and have them check it.
    My best guess.
     
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