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Old 05-29-2010, 03:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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my 8900 will not connect to DM or JL_cmder any ideas , wet stickers are white it just will not turn on
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take the battery out.

go have a beer

come back and plug it in but make sure there is no battery in it.

the red light should come on.

put battery in.

let it charge / turn on / boot up.
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take the battery out.

go have a beer

come back and plug it in but make sure there is no battery in it.

the red light should come on.

put battery in.

let it charge / turn on / boot up.
did that nada , error with jl_cmder , can not open port and i've going in through dos prompt , same thing , does anyone know of a software that will connect and open port even if its a software or app issue preventing blackberry from operating
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