I have an 8320. For the last week I have been getting poor reception, dont know if that has anything to do with it. But Now when I plug into my computer to charge all I get is a red light which turns off and off. Then for a bit I was getting a green light on and off but it only boots up and shuts right offf saying not enought energy. Should I get a new chord?
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Hello Blwas5 hi, If some channels have sound and others none, its either the TV has poor reception or, its the channel's weak signal. check them both or see if your neighbors TV acts like yours. If thy neighbor reception is good, then thy TV has poor reception, you can't do anything to fix that. get another TV with good reception qualities.
A few resons that a GPS will give this message. The first is just like it says.. are u in a concrete canyon expecting satellite connection?
The other is insufficient charge to the battery, it should be fully charged via the AC adaptor or the USB connection on the Laptop. Depending on age and number of recharges it may be that the battery is soggy and needs replacing. Only you, know that information.
Also a warning do not plug it into catr power and then start the engine, you will damage the IC chip and then it will never work again until you throw lots of money at it.
Have you adjusted your power settings in your control panel? This is the only way to allocate how your laptop is using the battery power. Also, watching a DVD is going to take up a lot more energy then say surfing the internet.
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.
Try a new battery or have your battery charged on another 8300 series phone, then install it in your phone. Typically, if the battery is below a certain voltage ("dead") the charging circuit does not become active, therefore not enough voltage to turn on your 8320. Also if it has been dropped or got water damage, these can also cause that problem.