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My blackberry is on but I cannot make any calls or receive any calls. It says that the "radio" is turned off. What does that mean?

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On the home screen (the one with all the icons - messages, address book, and so on) scroll until you find an icon that says Turn Wireless On. click on this icon to turn the wireless on. if your battery isn't charged enough, it may not allow you to turn the radio on, which means you would need to charge it to allow the wireless radio function to work.

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