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Heres what to do. Take the battery out and put it back in. You will want to hold both the home button as well as the power button when you power the phone back on. Keep holding these buttons until a screen pops up with a triangle on it and a phone below. Wait 5-10 seconds, and then press the home and power buttons together again. This will bring up the restore options to factory restore the phone. If this does not work, you will need to contact T-Mobile regarding the phone issues.
This behavior indicates that no applications are installed on the BlackBerry smartphone.
CAUSE: The Application Loader tool in BlackBerry® Desktop Manager removed existing applications from the BlackBerry smartphone, but failed to install new applications.
1) Verify that BlackBerry Device Software is installed on the computer.
2) If the BlackBerry smartphone is connected to a laptop computer using a docking station,disconnect the docking station from the laptop computer and connect the BlackBerry smartphone directly to the laptop computer.
3) If a third-party application uses the same communications port as the BlackBerry Desktop Software, close the third-party application.
4) If you use a USB adapter to connect the BlackBerry smartphone to a serial port, temporarily connect the BlackBerry smartphone to a USB port.
5) In the BlackBerry Desktop Manager, double-click Application Loader.
6) Follow the Application Loader tool prompts to install the BlackBerry Device Software.
Press and hold Home key+ Power key, G1 will boot to restore mode. Wait until Android logo appears, open key board and press "left Alt+ W. There is an exclamation icon appears, wait for phone reboots again. After that, user can add new Gmail account. Regard!
Take the phone back and get another one. This is a store queen. Bad manufacture maybe. You should be able to keep the phone on long enough to upgrade system. Also, the numerous reboots might be from a short in the on/off switch. Either way I would get it replaced.
I had same problem. Culprint was in the back cover.
Above SIM holder is a hidden switch what will connect the backup battery when the main battery is removed. Small hook (high up) in the cover will trigger the switch. When cover get loose the switch will change it's position.
I put small piece of shrinking tube in it what will extend it 0.5 mm. That did the trick. No more unscheduled reboots.
you will need to get the phone flashed that means get all of the phone settings and files installed again then ur phone will have none of the files u stored on the phone but if its on the memory card they will not be wiped out
Now don't laugh :-) on win 98 windows - I'm told - had a certain limited ability to fix itself. I don't know if xp does or not. Anyway on 98 if you ran into a problem you could let it reboot three or four times without doing anything but booting and shutting down - it at times would correct itself. This was normally on boot problems, but it might do some good - don't know of anything else to suggest.
In your case I'd try this then try running active sync two or three times without doing anything else.
Anyway that would keep you busy till a good tip comes along :-)