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your phone mitebe running to slow and there may be un-neccesary file on there. in the result the phone overheats inside kuz of the lag and shuts down you say it can turn on right? go to settings> security> memory cleaning> enabled> oush back and save then go to the the main screen and if you have a folder created the cleaning icon could be in there if you have multiple check them all. it should be an icon that looks like a file being shreded. dont worry it only cleans out the things that do not need to be there all your personal files will be saved.
To verify that the phone have Java installed already there should be a Java icon in the desktop. If there is any, then go to file manager and memory card, search for the saved games that was already installed in the phone and tap it, in a new pop up window you should be able to see "Install" tap it and after that just follow the instructions. Once the game is installed, tap the Java icon in the desktop to open the installed games. If there's no Java icon then it means that your phone have no Java in it.
There is a possibility that the phone is still recognizing the Bluetooth earpiece and it's interfering with the phone's operation.
Once you pair up two Bluetooth devices, they would remain paired up regardless if the devices are turned ON or OFF. You need to enable the Bluetooth of your BlackBerry and find the way on how to unpair the earpiece.
Once it's unpaired, remove the battery from the phone while the phone is turned ON. Leave it for 5 minutes and then put the battery back and turn the phone back on.
If the problem still occurs, then you might want to contact BlackBerry to check some other settings.
1.Some memory cards are not supported by all phone make sure you stop by your nearest t- Mobile store to get the right card for your phone.
2. check the memory on your phone without the memory card, if it is almost fully then you may have to delete something, number or music or game whatever it migth be.
3.May you could try to format the memory card.
ok , you have checked the brightness settings, check battery power settings as well. you may have to do a hard reset so back up your info. If doing a hard reset, pull the battery and charge it on its own if you have a cradle. Hope this works for you
Try soft reseting your phone. If that doesnt work then try hard reseting. To soft reset take the stylus pen and push in the little hole on the bottom of the phone. You should feel a little click and then your phone will restart. Wait until your phone starts up again and if it still isnt working then do a hard reset.
To hard reset, hold down the green send button and the red end call button at the same time and continue to hold them down as you then push your stylus pen into the hole on the bottom of the phone untill you feel the little click. Your phone should start to reset. Be warned you will loose any information saved to the phones memory ie: phone numbers, pictures, personal settings. Anything saved to your memory card should be ok.
If your screen remains blank after trying both resets I would suggest taking it back to where you got it and and have them fix it or replace it.
Hope this is helpful.
You may have to clear out some memory by deleting some programs or files. Once your memory fills some functionality has to stop working. If you still want to use more memory you might consider buying a MicroSD card for expansion.