01-03-2013 10:25 AM
01-03-2013 11:03 AM
Ok but how would I know that its charging? The phone doesn't show no indication of the battery is being charged... I had to use my bro's bb to charge the battery. The battery I'm currently using is fully charge but the phone would take like 45mins give or take to read the battery then show the blackberry logo with the load bar
You won't know... just keep charging and trying the reboot sequence every few hours.
01-03-2013 11:32 AM
01-03-2013 11:52 AM
Just a question, could the on device battery be the reason for this all?
Yes, that is likely the problem.
01-03-2013 12:42 PM
Prince, I've tried that but its a problem because my PC isnt picking the device up at all. There are no options in connection. This phone is like a brick now absolutely useless because of a silly update.
Can you try the same on another PC ,Also try changing the USB port, As suggested by JSanders try using BBSAK , it may take multiple attempt to connect your device.You have to try all possibilities in order to recover your device. Check this troubleshoot guide :
KB00125 : Identifying and troubleshooting issues with the BlackBerry Desktop Software detecting a USB connected BlackBerry Smartphone
01-03-2013 02:23 PM
well i wasnt getting anything from it so i sent the phone to a technician friend of mines to check the board out to see if theres really a problem with it. thats the only conclusion i have right now cuz the phone just wont come on right away unless u leave out the battery for a long period of time then put it back it... that has to do with the current flow on the board and not really the software. this was the first problem he had with it and thought it was his battery and he just destroyed his good battery for that matter
01-03-2013 05:10 PM
Thanks for the reply man,
yeah I have tried all of that.
The OS AND Firmware are completely shot. It's like a new motherboard that has just been manufactured and there is no firmware on it. I think i need to get the firmware on first. Then the OS. Anyway to get the firmware on?