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I recently bought a Razer Nabu Watch, but I can't synchronize it with my Motorola Razr 2019 (Gen1) running Android 11. I tried using both the Nabu App and Nabu Watch App, both developed by Razer Inc. The phone and watch can detect each other and pair directly using the Bluetooth menu. Both apps can find the watch and request the pairing code, but fail to sync. It seems that the watch and app may be more compatible with Apple than Android. I read that some users had success connecting the watch to a different phone and then reconnecting to their original phone, but those posts are from 2019. Has anyone recently been able to connect the Nabu Watch?
I purchased a Razer Kishi V1 (Model RZ06-0290). Today, it has started to behave in a peculiar manner. The left stick is always pointing downwards, L2 button remains pressed, the D-pad does not respond, and pressing R2 makes the left stick go left. I have tried troubleshooting by uninstalling apps or disabling accessibility options, but to no avail. Additionally, I have updated the firmware, but the issue persists. The controller was last functional in January 2023, and I have been using it with a Moto G20 running on Android 11. I have not made any changes to the controller, and it was stored safely in its box. I am seeking advice on what I can do to resolve this issue.
After not using my Razer Phone 2 for a month, I encountered touch issues when entering my pin. This caused numbers to be entered incorrectly, making it impossible to unlock my phone. After adjusting the keyboard size, I was able to enter my pin, but now I am experiencing issues with clicking on apps, typing, and dictation. I suspect the issue may be related to the vibrate on tap feature, as sometimes the phone will work normally for a few seconds after vibrating. Despite trying to toggle the vibrate options and restarting the phone, the problem persists. Is there a solution to this issue?
Have you ever wondered if a zipped file larger than 4GB will still function properly when unzipped on an SD card? Well, you may be surprised to know that despite the file size limitations of an SD card, the unzipped file can still work seamlessly without any issues. So, have you tried moving a zipped file larger than 4GB onto an SD card and then unzipping it?
I was trying to charge my phone through a cable, and it kept jumping from charging to not charging. So I plugged the cord in and out multiple times until suddenly the phone turned off (the battery was at 7%). I tried to charge it with a wireless charger (which usually works) and it still didn't work. The phone is not responding at all, not even a sign omeglz that says it requires charging
I have tried 2 different OEM cables and 2 different OEM charging adaptors with sufficient power outputs to allow for 10W fast charging and 2 charging pads (just received my replacement yesterday) but it never fast charges (as indicated by the lighting on the charging pad). I have a Google Pixel 4 and have also tried it with a Samsung Galaxy S10.Does anyone else have this issue?
Earlier today, my Kishi V1 suddenly stopped working while I was playing with it. I noticed that the LED on the right side was lit up, which was unusual, and my phone's notification indicated that it was charging via USB, despite being already fully charged. To troubleshoot, I attempted to charge my phone with the Kishi, which worked fine, indicating that the Kishi's USB port was functioning properly.I then tried to hard reset my phone, but this did not solve the issue of my Kishi not being recognized. As a last resort, I restarted my phone while the Kishi was still attached and pressed and held LB+LT+RB+RT, similar to restarting an old PS1. Surprisingly, this fixed the problem, and my Kishi started working again.If you're experiencing a similar issue, perhaps you could try this solution as a last resort and let us know if it works for you.
If anyone has a better recommendation, let me know. These are with Performance mode turned OFF on the Edge.GeekBench 5 CPU test ZF4: 1301 single core, 4017 multi core RE: 1176 single core, 3574 multi coreGeekBench Compute (Vulkan) ZF4: 7427 RE: 45093D Mark Wild Life Extreme ZF4: 2791, 16.7 avg fps RE: 5890, 35.5 avg fpsThese are the Razer Edge scores with Performance mode ON after letting device sit for 15 minutes. Results really aren't making sense to me.Geekbench 5 CPU test RE: 1179 single core, 3522 multi coreGeekbench 5 Compute (Vulkan) RE: 23803D Mark Wild Life Extreme RE: 5602
I recently purchased a refurbished item from Amazon for my s21 fe. However, upon connecting it to my phone, nothing occurred. Despite plugging a charger into the USB port, the LED did not respond. Is it possible that I overlooked something, or is the device faulty?
When browsing through the site to check if the Razer Phone 1 is compatible with Kishi V1, I came across some comments from users who claimed that their RP1 did not fit in the Kishi unless they used the special insert. However, I recently acquired a Kishi for my RP1 and can confirm that it fits perfectly without the need for any special inserts. The fit is tight and secure, and I am satisfied with my setup, which I've dubbed my "mini steam deck". It's possible that Razer may have made changes to the insert design for the V1, as I encountered no problems connecting my RP1.
I have recently discovered that the Nexus software has introduced a virtual gamepad module, which has completely changed my gaming experience. With this module, I am now able to map buttons and sticks to various parts of the screen and play games that do not have gamepad support using my kishi v2.However, there is one issue that I have encountered. As I play with an inverted look, I need to invert the Y axis as well. It would be greatly appreciated if Razer could implement this in the Y-Axis options on the right stick. This is particularly important for games like COD Mobile, where the Y axis inversion is crucial for smooth gameplay. Without this feature, playing the game becomes nearly impossible for me.
As stated above. Currently have a RP2 Reason for upgrade. Phone is old and speakers are going bad/ type c port seems to be coming loose. Key features I'd like to have in an upgrade: Expandable storage through microSD High refresh screen (90hz+) Under 700 USD (might need to adjust but not willing to spend 1k+ on a phone. Nice to have: Smart charge feature ( like what OnePlus has where your phone will trickle charge until your morning alarm goes off so it hits 100% by that time)
I just realised the Nexus software now includes a virtual gamepad module. This is a gamechanger for me now I can map buttons and sticks to parts of the screen and play games that dont have gamepad support with my kishi v2. One thing however - I play with look inverted so need to invert the Y axis - i would love it if Razer could implement this in the Y-Axis options on the right stick - so when i play COD Mobile everyhing else works but because the Y Axis is not inverted its basically unpalyable for me
So I am guess now that the Razer phones are end of life and have no live support I'm effectively holding a shiny paperweight cause the charging port has become loose and the phone will not charge or come on. I've had it a few years now but was hoping to get it fixed and sell it on. No phone fix companies will take it because it's a glass-backed phone. So am I stuck with a paperweight or is their a way to fix it?
Hi folks. I'm sure you're all well aware of the issues with junglecat cases being hard to get. Does anyone have a spare p30 pro case they wouldn't mind giving up? Be happy to pay for postage. I also have an unused S10+ and Razer Phone 2 case I'd be happy to trade, or send to someone in need.
Looking to replace the battery on my 3+ year old RP2. I have tried every possible route through official support channels and no one can tell me what the battery type/model is that these phones need to use. So I am hoping someone in here does know. (and ideally, know a legit source to purchase them from) Thanks!
Hello, while I was surfing this site for compatibility of Razer Phone 1 with Kishi V1, I saw some people stated that they could not fit their RP1 with the kishi unless they use the special insert. I just got a Kishi for my RP1 and I can definitely confirm that the RP1 fits properly fine with the Kishi V1 even without the special inserts. The fit is really snug and I am very pleased with my "mini steam deck" build. Not sure if Razer changed the inserts build for the V1 but I really didnt had any issues connecting my RP1.
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