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Cant unlock my blackberry keypad

I am having the same exact problem i am trying to type in my passcode but the * symbole doesn't appear. only letters or numbers. i dont want to lock myself out

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In this case you need to walk into the service center to re-instal the software,,,,,,

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sounds like your keypad is not set up right try going in to control panel and click on keyboard and try to set from there.

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<span><span>Always the Best way to Unlock Your Phone is by using the MEP2 code or Unlock code. First you should<a href="http://unlockgenie.com/"> Purchase the Unlock code from a Trusted Vendor.</a><br /><br />After u got the code follow the instructions below......<br /><br />BlackBerry Unlock Instructions (9800)<br /></b><br />* Insert a foreign SIM Card<br />* Power on the phone<br />* When prompted, enter your unlock code<br /><br />BlackBerry Unlock Instructions (83xx/85xx/88xx/8900/9000/9300/96xx/97xx)<br /></b><br />* Ensure a SIM Card is inserted<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Turn All Connections Off'<br />* Go to 'Options'<br />* Click on 'Advanced Options'<br />* Click on 'SIM Card'<br />* Type 'MEPD' (letters will not appear on-screen but a menu will pop up.)<br />* Type 'MEP2' (user will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />* Enter the MEP2 code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />o *If you also have a MEP4 code, type 'MEP4' (you will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />o Enter the MEP4 code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />* Reboot device<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Restore Connections'<br />* Device is now unlocked<br /><br />BlackBerry Unlock Instructions (95xx)<br /></b><br />* Ensure a SIM Card is inserted<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Turn All Connections Off'<br />* Go to 'Options'<br />* Click on 'Advanced Options'<br />* Click on 'SIM Card'<br />* Tilt the phone horizontally, click the BlackBerry button and Show keyboard<br />* Type 'MEPD' (letters will not appear on-screen but a menu will pop up.)<br />o *If MEPD doesn't work, try MEPPD<br />* Type 'MEP2' (user will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />o *If MEP2 doesn't work, try MEPP2<br />* Enter the MEP2 code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />o *If you also have a MEP4 code, type 'MEP4' (you will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />o Enter the MEP4 code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />* Reboot device<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Restore Connections'<br />* Device is now unlocked<br /><br />Blackberry Instructions (81xx/82xx/9100)<br /></b><br />* Ensure a SIM Card is inserted<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Turn All Connections Off'<br />* Go to 'Options'<br />* Click on 'Advanced Options'<br />* Click on 'SIM Card'<br />* Type 'MEPPD' (letters will not appear on-screen but a menu will pop up.)<br />* Type 'MEPP2' (*Note- for Telus, use MEPP4. You will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />* Enter the unlock code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />* Reboot device<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Restore Connections'<br />* Device is now unlocked<br /><br />Old School BlackBerry Instructions (87xx & Older)<br /></b><br />* Ensure a SIM Card is inserted<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Turn All Connections Off'<br />* Go to 'Options'<br />* Click on 'Advanced Options'<br />* Click on 'SIM Card'<br />* Type 'MEPD' (letters will not appear on-screen but a menu will pop up.)<br />* Hold ALT key and type 'MEPE' (user will be prompted to enter MEP code)<br />* Enter the unlock code (CONFIRM you get "Code Accepted" message)<br />* Reboot device<br />* Go to 'Manage Connections'<br />* Click on 'Restore Connections'<br />* Device is now unlocked</span></span>

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Typing shortcuts keys for BlackBerry

These shortcuts keys can be used when typing text in Blackberry:

  • If you want to type the alternate character on a key, hold the Alt key and press the character key.
  • For an accented or special character, hold the letter key and roll the trackball left or right. Click a selected character.
  • To type a symbol, press the Symbol key. To view more symbols, press the Symbol key again. Type the letter that appears below the symbol to insert the corresponding symbol.
  • To insert a period (.), press the Space key twice. The next letter is capitalized.
  • To capitalize a letter, hold the letter key until the capitalized letter appears.
  • To turn NUM lock on, hold the Shift key and press the Alt key.
  • To turn NUM lock off, press the Alt key.
  • To insert an at sign (@) or a period (.) in an email address field, press the Space key.
  • To type a number in a number field, press a number key. You do not need to press the Alt key.
  • In order to type a number in a password field, hold the Alt key and press the number key.
  • To type a letter in a number field, hold the Alt key and use the multi-tap input method to insert the letter.
  • If you are typing input languages, hold the Alt key and press the Enter key. Select a language, then release the Alt key.
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on Dec 05, 2009 | Cell Phones

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The key pad wont work wen i type any thing on the screen everything is frozen i have tried removing the battery i cant access anything when i type but it still wont work my key pad i permanently lock for...


Try to insert any password in your phone 10 times to erase all your data and make your blackberry Tour 9630 unlocked. If your keypad still won't work after blackberry unlocking process, try to reflash your blackberry phone. Once again if still have same result, it should be a hardware problem in your phone and you need to repair that on nearest local mobile phone repair shop.

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I am seeing a the lock symbol on the screen. it looks like the same symbol on the 'A' key. the phone has no service. i cant get it unlocked


There is one option to unlock your blackberry if you forgotten that password. Just type any password 10 times and your blackberry curve 8520 unlocked, but you will lose all your previous data after that blackberry unlocked. So make sure you have backup data before you doing that option.

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Typing shortcuts keys for BlackBerry

These shortcuts keys can be used when typing text in Blackberry:

  • If you want to type the alternate character on a key, hold the Alt key and press the character key.
  • For an accented or special character, hold the letter key and roll the trackball left or right. Click a selected character.
  • To type a symbol, press the Symbol key. To view more symbols, press the Symbol key again. Type the letter that appears below the symbol to insert the corresponding symbol.
  • To insert a period (.), press the Space key twice. The next letter is capitalized.
  • To capitalize a letter, hold the letter key until the capitalized letter appears.
  • To turn NUM lock on, hold the Shift key and press the Alt key.
  • To turn NUM lock off, press the Alt key.
  • To insert an at sign (@) or a period (.) in an email address field, press the Space key.
  • To type a number in a number field, press a number key. You do not need to press the Alt key.
  • In order to type a number in a password field, hold the Alt key and press the number key.
  • To type a letter in a number field, hold the Alt key and use the multi-tap input method to insert the letter.
  • If you are typing input languages, hold the Alt key and press the Enter key. Select a language, then release the Alt key.

on Dec 05, 2009 | Cell Phones

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I have a password lock on my black berry and whenever i try to enter my password in the password space, letters and numbers show up instead of the secrecy stars, and im on my 8/10 attempt and my passwords...


This is directly from RIM: Cause As a security feature, the BlackBerry device is designed to allow a maximum of 10 attempts by the BlackBerry device user to type the correct password. After the tenth attempt, if the correct password has not been typed, all data is erased from the BlackBerry device in order to discourage its theft or misuse. ------------------------------------------------- Resolution If you are certain that the password you are typing into the BlackBerry device is correct, please complete the following steps. 1. Deliberately type in an incorrect password five times on your BlackBerry device. Before the BlackBerry device allows a further attempt, you will be prompted to type the word blackberry in plain text. 2. Instead of asterisks, the text you have been entering for the password will now show in plain text. Check to verify that it is correct. 3. If the password is still being rejected by your BlackBerry device as incorrect, connect the BlackBerry device to a computer that has BlackBerry Desktop Manager installed. A prompt will appear in Desktop Manager to type the password for the BlackBerry device. Type in your password to rule out missed key strokes, incorrect symbols, or a problem with the BlackBerry device. 4. If the password you have given is still rejected, and your BlackBerry device is on a BlackBerry Enterprise Server that has software version 4.0 or greater, contact your BlackBerry Enterprise Server Administrator and request that your password be reset for you.

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What is the 123 symbol and why d


Usually the 123 means that you are in numeric mode on the keypad depending on what program you are on when using the phone. There should be a button on the phone to change the keypad mode from numbers to letters.

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There isn't a way to disable the password of the BlackBerry device without actually knowing the password. Sorry. What will happen is if you enter the incorrect password 10 times the device will wipe itself, and clear the password. Of course, all data will be lost unless you have a backup of it.

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