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8320 shuts down in the middle of calls or rather does a restart as if you press alt shift delete keys. Only happens when talking on the phone. Happened maybe once a month for the first few months and getting more and more frequent. Updated software three weeks ago and still does it. Any help is appreciated!!

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  • notabiker1 Jul 25, 2009

    Will try, I have a 8300 and spare battery for it but the wife's 8320 is 6 months old and she lets the battery go almost dead if not dead before recharges so I don't know if that changes anything. She can surf the web on it as much as she likes but only calls make it restart.

  • notabiker1 Jul 26, 2009

    Nope not the battery, switched it for the seidio battery I use and did the same thing 3 minutes into a call.

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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.

Have a great day!

Posted on Jul 25, 2009

  • Melvin Ramos
    Melvin Ramos Jul 26, 2009

    Yeah that's a good thing to do. It's much better to make sure that the phone is running low battery before charging it.

    The battery would not last long if you charge it while it has still charge. Making sure that the battery is low before charging it is the best thing to do.

    Thanks for your reply.


  • Melvin Ramos
    Melvin Ramos Jul 26, 2009

    I would advise you to contact the manufacturer for second opinion.

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