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Blackberry charging problem

I have a problem the battery is fine i test it on another blackberry but it is not changing when i plug the phone it turn on show me on the screen the battery is charging but in 3 second it turn off again .... i test it on the computer with the desktop manager and usb is not regconized what can be? the charging plug

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  • xybergoth May 02, 2008

    do you think i can change the usb plug in from the blackberry with one of v3 or another model?

  • Anonymous Aug 11, 2008

    Suddenly when I plug my Blackberry 7100r either to the wall or to the USB port, it shows charging for 2 seconds and then it stops charging, what could this be/



    Manuel

  • Anonymous Nov 07, 2008

    I have the same problem sometimes with my phone, try taking out the battery and if it is for cingular take out the sim card and or memory cards you have, if you haven't done this, then do it. When you put the battery and sim card and memory card back in, it should turn on and work fine.

    If this doesn't fix it I have no solution/


  • r_harpham Dec 17, 2008

    I am experiencing a similar problem with my Pearl. It seems that charging over USB to my computer is fine. But if I use the power adapter they supplied with the blackberry it will only recognise the charge for about 3 seconds then disappear.

    I know it cant be the battery because I have tried it in a colleagues phone and it works and charges fine. Is there any issue when changing your device to enable mass storage setting when connecting to the PC as this might affect power management???

    any suggestions welcome.

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Sure sounds like a problem with your charging outlet. I recommend taking it to your service provider and having a technician run some tests only they can do.

Please let me know if this helps. Take care!
-Chimpster

Posted on May 02, 2008

  • Alexander Kogl May 06, 2008

    Not unless you have the tools required. That's why its important you take it to a tech and get it done properly.

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