BB Curve keeps shutting off while on telephone calls
My BB continues to shut off during telephone calls that extend for several minutes. I either have to pull the battery out and reboot it or I plug the power cord into the phone and it starts the reboot process.
I have an extra battery and have changed over to the other one and it still persists. Both batteries show plenty of power.
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yea i have the same problem A,F,J,K,"DEL", "ENTER","ALT",X,B,V,$ these keys are not working. Last night they sudenly started working but then stopped 2 minutes later, my Blackberry wasnt dropped neither did it have any water damage. most is i have the ball removed as i await a replacement ball
go to www.blackberry.com and download the desktop manager for your phone and service provider and reinstall the software. if it is an unlocked phone you need to navigate to the common files/rim and delete the vender file first.
You need to reflash the OS on the phone you should take the
battery out first then connect it via the usb cable to the laptop/pc
you are using then open the blackberry desktop manager,click on the
apploader, then install the OS.
pls not that when u click on the apploader the pin should be
PIN:UNKNOWN you make need to do this like 4x before the pc sees the
pin:unknown but it will work once it see the pin:unknown you can
re-insert the battery and continue with reflashing the phone
Once the BB 8320 shuts down in the middle of calls, more likely it's the battery. There were times that you would see that the battery is fully charged, but once the call comes in, the battery is starting to discharge quickly and unexpectedly.
And after it dies, it would try to re-gain a small amount of power. But you need to isolate the problem, try using different battery to test it. Some repair shops let customers use their spare batteries for testing purposes.
Or contact Blackberry manufacturer for second opinion.
Nope, the call blocks are handled by the switching hardware the cell provider uses. You can set your bb to block text messages, multimedia messages, pin messages, blackberry internet services, and enterprise email, but that's it.