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Old 07-18-2010, 05:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can anyone help please?

Earlier, while on a website, my BB froze. I ended up having to reset it, by removing the battery, something I have done previously with no issues.

The BB came back on when I replaced the battery, but since then the annoying green led keeps flashing. Not continuously, just about every minute or so for about 6 flashes.

At first I thought it must be the LED coverage indicator, so went to options, screen/keyboard, to disable, but it was set to "no", so it can't be that.

Anyone any idea what this is and how to stop it?

EDIT - I now think it MIGHT be the LED coverage indicator as the flashing seems to co-incide with the arrows that come up when it's picking up a signal. However LED coverage indicator is definitely set to OFF!!

Aaargh!

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Old 07-18-2010, 06:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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do another battery pull.
or set LED coverage to ON, save, then OFF, save.
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Thanks for the reply.

Have tried both of those (a few times now, just to be sure!) and it's still flashing!
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Your battery isn't near dead is it? When the battery is near dead, the LED will flash (green or yellow or clear or something).
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