Is your phone dropping calls and/or disconnecting your bluetooth device?
You may need to update your phones firmware and/or software!
Many of today's mobile phones are trying to pack as many features in them as the memory and chipset will allow. Unfortunately sometimes this can cause internal hardware and software conflicts causing your phone to not work properly, lock up or shut off unexpectedly. Problems have been reported from the occasional dropped call to taking up to 6 minutes to reboot your PDA. Sometimes all the phone needs is to have the battery removed for a few seconds then replaced to restore the phone. Of course, we all can't be that lucky.
Thankfully most manufactures are aware of these problems and have added free software support you can download to your computer. The only catch is that you must have a USB cable to upload the new software to your phone (you may be able to use the infrared port if you phone and computer are so equipped). Blackberry, Sony Ericsson, Palm One, and many other cell phone manufactures have software support found at their respective websites. The software updates are generally very small and only take a couple of minutes to download and install. Surprisingly, Motorola is still working on their software support webpage. ?Coming soon, software update, keep your device at its best?.
With all of the problems the Razr phones have been experiencing it's amazing to me that Motorola is lagging behind. Who knows, maybe it's easier to ship a person a new phone than do the research and development to make a more reliable product in the first place. When you think about it, how much does it really cost Motorola to produce ?1? V3 Razr? My guess is-not very much.