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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!
If you use an adapter to convert the mini usb connection to headphones you can use it otherwise you will need headphones with the usb plug or a bluetooth set. I find most of my Tilt accessories on EBAY.
You need to sync your phone to your PC using a usb cable and Activesync 4.5 ( free from Microsoft) or Windows Mobile Device Center ( for Vista, also free on MS download site). Download either of these programs onto your phone, and plug your phone to your computer with the usb cable, The wizard will help you setup your connection. Once the connection is established, Activesync will generate a sync folder on your desktop. Your pictures will sync from your phone to this folder
I had the same problem - you need to install the latest Blackberry USB driver software on the PC/laptop you are trying to charge it with. They should be on the CD you got with the Blackberry (you don't need to install all the software if you don't want to - just the USB drivers). This enables the USB ports to allow enough power to charge the device when it's connected.
If you don't have the CD, do a quick Google for "Blackberry USB driver" and download the most up-to-date ones you can find.
You have to follow these steps exactly: 1. You have to start WModem; if there is a data connection already on, you will be notify to turn it off first. 2. You have to trurn on InternetSharing; you must do boths steps to be connected. After the initial connection, 3. You have to plug the USB cord into the Tilt, 4. You then plug the connected Tilt with the USB and plug the corresponding end into the laptop's USB; this action turs on the modem in your laptop and not Sync. Of course these instruction are for Windows Vista only.
you actually don;t really need the CD. you only need the cable to connect to a pc via USB. or you can connect using Bluetooth if your computer supports bluetooth
if your connecting via USB. be sure to set some settings first
go to <Phone Settings >Connectivity > USB Connection > select MASS STORAGE
when you plug your phone. your phone should act like a regular mass storage device. Take note that only the External Memory is accessbile. (NOT the INTERNAL Phone Memory) so be sure to have a Memory card in your phone.
so it will be helpfull to set the default storage of pictures/files/etc to the external memory
Turn off CPU, Unplug Power cable, And all usb devices, let it sit for
about 20mins. Plug it all back in. Turn on the CPU! Also make sure if
your device requires "DRIVERS" or if you have a CD download and install
that before anything.
Slmgato: have you tried to delete the old pairing on wmdc?
also to the other users: check the usb charge port on the tilt. Make sure it has not been bent or the pins have not been damaged. My tilt recently was damaged and now i can't charge or sync, but i can buy the replacement port for about 10 bucks and solder it myself.
You can install through the USB port, either with a regular USB flash drive with the proper software on it (if you are installing something like Linux), or by plugging in an external hard drive (Firewire would also work for this, if your computer supports it) to read the installation CD-ROM.