Droid Razr M WILL NOT CHARGE

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Okay so i recently charged my phone (overnight) and woke up around 1pm after it being on the charger for atleast a minimum of 12 hours, i took it off and got a shower ect. when i went out for dinner i used my gps and 4G and it almost completely drained it. I have snapdragon on it and it does a excellent job of maintaining battery life, i then got home and proceeded to charge it only to have it shut off and turn back on constantly for 3 hours. I do wash it atleast once a week and hand dry it completely, although it has never been affected at all. I need some help on this, i've stressed all my options and i've got work in the morning and i really need my phone for work..

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Okay so i recently charged my phone (overnight) and woke up around 1pm after it being on the charger for atleast a minimum of 12 hours, i took it off and got a shower ect. when i went out for dinner i used my gps and 4G and it almost completely drained it. I have snapdragon on it and it does a excellent job of maintaining battery life, i then got home and proceeded to charge it only to have it shut off and turn back on constantly for 3 hours. I do wash it atleast once a week and hand dry it completely, although it has never been affected at all. I need some help on this, i've stressed all my options and i've got work in the morning and i really need my phone for work..

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So when you connect it, it doesn't charge at all?
 

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Maybe try a different cable and charger?

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It could be the charger or cable like dpham said. It could also be the battery. It has to be one of those 3 things.

Well the razr m has a non removable battery. It could technically be disassembled to remove the battery, but it may impact warranty. If changing the charger doesn't work then I would suggest that you contact Verizon for a replacement if you have warranty or extended warranty

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Well the razr m has a non removable battery. It could technically be disassembled to remove the battery, but it may impact warranty. If changing the charger doesn't work then I would suggest that you contact Verizon for a replacement if you have warranty or extended warranty

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I didn't say anything about the warranty, but yeah it will void the warranty.

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Well it has to be the battery..The static could be electrical charges discharging within the phone itself which could in turn screw me in the end..because if thats what was happening then all my data could be lost because i dont remember the last time i bbacked up my data..
 

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I didn't say anything about the warranty, but yeah it will void the warranty.

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Yes, I know just wanted to make the op aware, should he decide to replace the battery.

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