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Restart it by removing the battery, if the error proceeds try closing a new opened page (close few pages to relieve the load on the processor) either or scan it through a USB cable as you may not have an anti- virus and you may innocently gave way to one sank in on material.
1-Give the Blackberry at least 1 minute without pressing any buttons or selecting any applications. Give it a chance to catch up and make sure it's actually "frozen".
2-Give the Blackberry at least 1 minute without pressing any buttons or selecting any applications. Give it a chance to catch up and make sure it's actually "frozen".
3-If the Blackberry is not "soft frozen" then it is in fact "hard frozen", which is generally where your smart phone will remain until you reboot it. To reboot open the battery door on the back of the Blackberry and simply remove the battery completely. Allow the Blackberry to sit without a battery inserted for at least 30 seconds.
4-Put the battery back into the Blackberry smart phone. It will take anywhere from 1 to 5 minutes to completely power up and become ready for use again. Your frozen Blackberry problems are now solved!
I am on my 3rd LG Lotus and have had the exact same issues with my screen with all of them...freezing up, blank/black screen, and the picture being all scrambled, or even funky colors. This is all due to LG's brilliant design of the hinge on the phone. Notice how when you have the phone open the top part (with the screens) has a bit of give in it if you push on it? That "give" is the hinge pinching the wire that supplies electricity/data to the screens. LG has designed the hinge so poorly that it cannot withstand normal wear and tear of being opened and closed for even a few weeks before it begins to fail. Shame on you LG!! I smell a lawsuit coming on.....
As far as a solution, there isn't really one except for get a new phone if you can. Maybe even get the warranty on it (something like $7 a month plus a crazy deductible between $50-$100). After fixing it 1 or 2 times, you could have purchased a different phone. This is really upsetting because the Lotus is such an awesome design. LG, I hope you are reading this.
I had the same problem with an old razor. I ended up having to discard the phone and got a v557. But these were the steps I took:
1. Took out the battery for about 5 min. I called tech support and they said that most problems are due to software errors and can be fixed by taking out the battery then reinserting it.
2. I reinserted the battery and booted it up. The keyboard lit up and the welcome screen played. After that, it shut off.
3. I charged the battery completely and tried to reboot. Same thing happened.
If none of these work, it's probably the battery's fault or the phone's fault. Either way, you should get a new phone or contact a professional fixman. Hope this helps.