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Hi, I have new BB9700 and when I put it on charge first time there was red light on constantly and green light flashing after a little while green light is also on constantly why is that

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Within the menu of the BlackBerry, one can set up the red, green and indeed blue led to do various functions, for instance, my BlackBerry used to have a green led on permanently to show that it was receiving data from the transmitters.
Select what function you require it to do. When you have sussed out how to adjust it, you may find it a usefull function.

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