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4 Responses to “Blackberry 9700 no light Solution”

  1. Cecilia Osburn December 13, 2012

    Due to constant problems over the last few months with the phone sometimes not switching on, I have resigned myself to the need to buy another phone. Because so many people report problems getting their blackberries to switch after dead batteries, half full batteries, even swopping the battery, I don’t want to go with another blackberry.
    However, I love the bold keyboard and I want a phone that has a really nice proper keyboard. All I want to do with the phone, is make and receive calls, type texts (on a proper keyboard), add memos to remind myself of certain things, internet browser and email. The phone is for business use, so reliability is number one.
    If anyone has a permanent solution to the problem with blackberries, where nothing happens when you plug the battery in, but if you plug into mains power, a solid red light comes on for 2 minutes, then it goes to a static picture of a battery symbol with a Lightning bolt. I have a separate battery charger, so the battery is fully charged and still the damn phone won’t come on again ! Thanks
    Hate the torch. It looks so cheap, but after reading hundreds of complaints with blackberry users having issues getting the phone switched on, I won’t buy blackberry again. I like Nokia and certainly will look at the androids. Never did like sony eriksonns. I have two batteries, done everything trick found through google and still can’t switch the phone on. I am going to try taking the phone apart, because it looks to me like the problem is the phone thinks the battery is flat, when its not.

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  2. Melisa Klenke December 13, 2012

    I own a blackberry 9700, my wireless carrier is AT&T, recently my phone has been going off however when I go to read the text message there is no new message. The red light in the upper right hand corner continues to flash red just like it would when there is an unread message however I can’t seem to view the message. Has anybody else had this problem or heard of it or heard of a solution?

    -note I have already tried turning my phone off and on, deleting all prior conversations/threads, and pulling the battery out.

    I suppose I haven’t tried to re-install the OS but that seems like a little overkill.

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  3. Marcia Hester December 14, 2012

    Due to constant problems over the last few months with the phone sometimes not switching on, I have resigned myself to the need to buy another phone. Because so many people report problems getting their blackberries to switch after dead batteries, half full batteries, even swopping the battery, I don’t want to go with another blackberry.
    However, I love the bold keyboard and I want a phone that has a really nice proper keyboard. All I want to do with the phone, is make and receive calls, type texts (on a proper keyboard), add memos to remind myself of certain things, internet browser and email. The phone is for business use, so reliability is number one.
    If anyone has a permanent solution to the problem with blackberries, where nothing happens when you plug the battery in, but if you plug into mains power, a solid red light comes on for 2 minutes, then it goes to a static picture of a battery symbol with a Lightning bolt. I have a separate battery charger, so the battery is fully charged and still the damn phone won’t come on again ! Thanks
    Hate the torch. It looks so cheap, but after reading hundreds of complaints with blackberry users having issues getting the phone switched on, I won’t buy blackberry again. I like Nokia and certainly will look at the androids. Never did like sony eriksonns. I have two batteries, done everything trick found through google and still can’t switch the phone on. I am going to try taking the phone apart, because it looks to me like the problem is the phone thinks the battery is flat, when its not.

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  4. Margery Degarmo December 19, 2012

    Due to constant problems over the last few months with the phone sometimes not switching on, I have resigned myself to the need to buy another phone. Because so many people report problems getting their blackberries to switch after dead batteries, half full batteries, even swopping the battery, I don’t want to go with another blackberry.
    However, I love the bold keyboard and I want a phone that has a really nice proper keyboard. All I want to do with the phone, is make and receive calls, type texts (on a proper keyboard), add memos to remind myself of certain things, internet browser and email. The phone is for business use, so reliability is number one.
    If anyone has a permanent solution to the problem with blackberries, where nothing happens when you plug the battery in, but if you plug into mains power, a solid red light comes on for 2 minutes, then it goes to a static picture of a battery symbol with a Lightning bolt. I have a separate battery charger, so the battery is fully charged and still the damn phone won’t come on again ! Thanks
    Hate the torch. It looks so cheap, but after reading hundreds of complaints with blackberry users having issues getting the phone switched on, I won’t buy blackberry again. I like Nokia and certainly will look at the androids. Never did like sony eriksonns. I have two batteries, done everything trick found through google and still can’t switch the phone on. I am going to try taking the phone apart, because it looks to me like the problem is the phone thinks the battery is flat, when its not.

    Reply