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you just made a "HimaClearJumpCode.exe" run on ur device(this file exists in ur upgrade folder),and now you are stuck in the bootloader mode
1-hard reset ur device(it wont boot,off course)...
2-plug it in the usb port,u should see that ur system has found a new hardware(if it doesn't,change the USB port)
3-now run the himaupgradeUt.exe.
If this does not work,
1-take the battery off device
2-leave ur device for 12hours without battery,so that backup battery drains...
3-put back the battery,recharge and enter the OS(this option wont work if u have erased the ROM)
4-rerun the upgrade...
The battery might be too low to be charged by the charger,if that is the case;
1) Remove the battery from the phone! 2) Take 3 fresh AAA batteries in series (total 3 x 1.5V = 4.5V) 3) Connect the (+) wire to (+) on the battery 4) Connect the (-) wire to (-) on the battery 5) Hold this in place for 60 seconds. 6) Put the battery in your phone 7) Switch on phone and start charging (via USB)
Your charging port is probably bad. It is a common issue. You can take it into an electronics shop and they could fix it by sending it to the manufacturer, but it might cost more than a new phone like the HTC incredible
Does the red light come one when you plug it into a charger? if not, and your charger works on other phones, than you probably have a broken usb port. (check if it is loose). You're gonna have to disassemble the phone and repair the USB port : Blackberry Repair Guide.
If it will turn on a little, tap the icon for the battery in the upper right hand corner of your main screen. This will bring up a "system status" screen. Tap the icon of the battery there also. It will then pull up a tabbed screen. Under the "battery" tab, make sure that the check box next to "when device is turned on, do not charge the battery when connecting to the PC" is UNCHECKED. Then try plugging it into a USB port and see if it will charge or sync. I hope this helps!
look at the 6 pins on the phones charge port and see if one is higher than the others (usually on the end). if the pins is too far up the lower half doesnt connect to the charger. If your usb port will charge on via usb "DOCK" then more than likely the charger itself (which is way more simple to fix)
1.) if one of the pins on the phones charge port is pushed up, grab a sewing needle and GENTLY push the pin back into place,
2.) if the charging dock is working and is a usb charger like your wall charger, buy a new wall charger at your local electronics store.
This can be caused by a number of things. 1st you need to check the battery terminal connections that connect your battery to the main board. They need to be bend forward to make sure they have firm contact with the board. (you need to open the phone for this)
2nd look inside the USb port where you plug in your charger. Does any of the Copper pins appear out of place (there are 5). Is any of them missing or bent back?
My charge port is broken out of my 8300. I bought an extra battery and an external charger off of eBay for a little of nothing. You can also by a pod that will charge your Blackberry. The two gold tabs on the back of your device beneath the battery is an external charger connection for a desktop pod.
My daughter's MDA had the same problem. I just opened the phone and soldered the legs on the corners back to the board. You have to bend the pins on the back of the plug down to make contact with the board, before you solder. Place plug back down and line it up with contacts. If done right should work as normal. Hope that helps