05-05-2013 05:31 AM
@jarviser: In what way was my post incomplete or misleading.... ?
Maybe I was aggressive. Your post was welcome. However posting a simple reset as a cure for your 4003 might mislead people coming across these threads into thinking it will cure theirs too. 9/10 it will not. The more cynical mat think you were poo-pooing the hardware fault theory. As Blackberry give no help whatsoever ob 4003 we have only anecdotal evidence, 90% leaning towards hardware failure.
All hardware related problems with Playbook should be approached the same way.
1. Try a reset/reboot/restart, whatever you want to call it.
2. Try a backup then Security wipe.
3. Finally if no luck try a forces OS reload aka Debrick.
If none of these work then its a trip to the repair shop or a call to the warranty provider.
If you had included all these steps it woud have been complete.
I am not posting this on your duplicate post.
05-05-2013 07:57 PM
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