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Old 03-25-2012, 12:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bonjours a tous,voilà j'ai un BlackBerry 8520.
Et quand je l'allume il ne veut pas , je suis partit chez un spécialiste et il ma dit que les batterie son morte mais sa me parait bizarre car quand je le met a charger avec le chargeur sa me met une batterie qui est barrer et il ne veut pas s'allumer. Voilà après de nombreux forum parcourue je suis toujours le même cas j'espère que vous pouvait m'aider.

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Hello everybody, here I have a BlackBerry 8520.
And when I switch it does not, I went to a specialist and he told me that her battery died but its seems weird to me because when I put it to load the magazine with her xxx8203;xxx8203;makes me a battery that is barred and he will not turn on. That after many forums I've always traveled the same case I hope you could help me.
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Old 03-25-2012, 01:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Two things

If a battery is allowed to go below 20% they generally do not recover. All LI type batterys have this issue.

Check the charger to make sure it is really working..


If the battery is defective you should replace it only with an OEM type battery.

Hope i understood your problem.
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