Yeah, i use a blackberry 7250 from verizon. i was installing applications on the phone through the pc when it froze. now when i turn it on, i get a reset screen which when i do, restarts the phone and comes back again and i can't access the phone
Something you can try. Open up Desktop Manager (with the BlackBerry unconnected) open up the Application
Loader. Before hitting next, pull the battery out of the 7750 for 5 to
10 seconds, then quickly put the battery back in, connect the
BlackBerry, and hit next on the application loader. This should
kickstart Application Loader to find the BlackBerry and allow you to
reload the handheld software. So, make sure you have the handheld software installed on your comptuer (which you already do)
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Just follow these steps to install arabic language on your BB 8350i 1. Go to BB website and download BB desktop manager and OS. 2. Install both OS and BBDM (Blackberry Desktop Manager) on your PC 3. Connect your BB with your PC and run the BBDM (Make shour you backup all your settings) 4. now if you install version 5.1 then click on application loader infront of the screen. If you use 6.1 version then goto device tan and run application loader. 5. Click next. 6. Select the USB device from the drop downmenu and click next 7. Wait for the loader to detect the applications on your BB 8. Now in the languages just choose langauge and clikc install and the applications you want to install more 9. Now reboot your BB and restore your settings. Now check that you can chat with arabic or not
Hi, if you want to use the phone in Tanzania you should get unlock code or unlocked handset to use with any service provider, Please try to get unlock code, however if you want to drivers please go to blackberry.com and you can download latest version Blackberry Desktop Manager. and then you can install the software. I hope this information will help you.
The issue you describe appears to be corruption of one or more system files within the BlackBerry OS. A forced update should restore your BB to working condition, but there is the risk that you may lose your data. If that is a problem, do not proceed. If you wish to restore the BB, please continue below after verifying that you have the following: A. Computer (Windows) B. BlackBerryDesktop Managersoftware (BlackBerry.com) C. Latest version of the BlackBerry OS for your make/model BB To get the OS, simply logon to your carriers website and download the latest version of the OS for your BB. Once the file is saved to your computer, you need to install the setup files just like you would anyother program. When completed, proceed to step #1. 1. Open BB Desktop Manager 2. Remove the battery cover, battery and microSD card (if you have one) from your BlackBerry. 3. Connect the BB to your computer via USB cable (without the battery in place, just the phone's shell). 4. There should be a few drivers that will load automatically and the BB Desktop Manager will recognize your BB. 5. Close the BB Desktop Manager once it has been detected. 6. Go to the following path. C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader 7. Double-click the "AppLoader.exe" application 8. Once it loads, the application will detect your BB and proceed to update your BlackBerry's OS. 9. If you are prompted to backup your BB data, please do so. If not, then proceed to step #10. 10. Select wipe (or secure wipe) to completely remove the existing OS and data. A fresh, updated version of the BlackBerry OS will be installed on your BB. The process takes about 35-90 mins to complete. Once done, the BB will automatically reboot and if you had an existing backup or created one before wiping/installing, you can now reopen the BB Desktop Manager and restore your backup to the BB.
Transferring media files back and forth between your phone and your computer is quite easy if you download the "Blackberry Desktop Manager" software from Blackberry.com. There is one button on the main screen that will say either "Media" or "Media Manager" when you have the software installed, and will allow you to copy music, songs, files from your computer to the phone or vice-versa. Hint: Always open the BB Desktop Software Manager on your computer first, before connection your phone with a USB cable. Will save you hours of time!
U CAN UNLOCK THE DEVICE BY REQUESTING FOR UNLOCK KEY FROM CURRENT SERVICE PROVIDER WHICH HAS COME BUNDELED WITH.
ONCE U RECIEVE NETWORK UNLOCK CODE FOLLOW THE PROCEDURE IN UR HANDHELD
SELECT OPTIONS IN APPLICATIONS --> SIM CARD --> PRESS MEPD --> PRESS MEP2 --> ENTER THE UNLOCK CODE AND PRESS OK TO UNLOCK THE BLACKBERRY DEVICE.
Connect via USB to computer and see if computer recognizes the phone, if it does back up phone using BB desktop manager and get the handheld software from your service provider or blackberry.com and redownload software via the application loader.
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I would also call verizon and have them go over a few settings to ensure that you have the proper settings for your area.
Did you dial *228 and then choose option 1 or 2?
You might want to wipe the unit clean with the blackberry software, and reactivate again.