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I have a Blackberry Storm 9530 from Verizon, the one stop working suddenly..

Only blinks once, then twice!! and again and again.. The computer don't recognize at all.. I have tried everything... Anyone knows what is the meaning of this blinking???

When I say the computer don't recognize it mean exactly that.. No new hardware is found.. Anyone knows a test point for blackberry. Or what I could look in the main board that could be broken???

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If you have been using the Desktop Manager to load a new App, this smay be the cause.
If so , search for JL_cmdr and reload the OS. It may be as simple as that or it may be defective hardware.

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The BlackBerry smartphone does not turn on, and the BlackBerry smartphone light-emitting diode (LED) flashes twice, pauses, and then repeats.

This behavior indicates that no applications are installed on the BlackBerry smartphone.




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Cause
The Application Loader tool in BlackBerry® Desktop Manager removed existing applications from the BlackBerry smartphone, but failed to install new applications.
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thanks for the fast reply...
It is not application problem.. i am sure.. It is not twice blinking...
It blinks one time, 1/2 sec and the flashes twice ...
1flash ---1/2sec---- 2 flashes... and again again...

any help!! I am almost sure is hardware problem. I have tested with another screen of 9530 and doesn't work...

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The RIM web site offers no help. The only indication available is the applications are missing. I would still try to see what happens with JL_cmdr.
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I try.. But it isnt recognize by the computer.... so i am positive it is hardware malfunction.. i only could know what the blinkings means??

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one blink, the blinks in a row!!
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The only thing I can find is a reference to missing OS on the BB after adding Apps.
Dont forget to be sure the USB port is not on a hib. It should be direct.
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i tried directly to the mainboard (phone disassembled) and it is not recognize.. I tried to use a Girls Blower to head the board for 4 minutes and nothing.. Not response!!
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