If you have and are handy with a DC Volt meter,scoobydooxp wrote:I left the batteries out for about an hour and no difference. I wonder if there is a way to tell if the usb connector is the issue or if it is the phone/cradle connector.WayneDsr wrote:Pull the batteries out for a few seconds, put them back in (correctly). Hopefully that will reset the phone.
with the charging cradle powered and the HD2 handset removed and set aside,
with the volt meter set to a DC volt setting of more then 5 V DC:
Put the red lead on the left side bare metal pin at the inside bottom of the charging cradle where the HD2 handset is normally placed.
Put the Black lead on the Right side bare metal pin at the inside bottom of the charging cradle where the HD2 handset is normally placed.
The reading should be around 5 V DC. This test will check and indicate that the charging cradle is powered, or not powered. (If there is power at this location, the DC voltmeter reading may be slightly higher then 5 V DC because there is no load).
If you do this procedure, report back your findings.