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11-26-2012 03:08 PM - edited 11-27-2012 02:50 PM
Every keys of my curve 8520 don't work. I have tried many times to remove the battery but it is always the same, the phone start and ask my PIN but i can't log in because all the keys don't work! Even those witch are above. I have tried the safe mode but it doesn't work (because i think the key don't work)...
Can you help me please?
11-27-2012 06:41 PM
Hi and Welcome to the Community!
From what you describe, many things could be causal...and my first suspicion is water damage. If that is at all possible, then
REMOVE YOUR BB BATTERY NOW!!!
Run, don't walk, to this FAQ:
Do everything it says, including waiting the maximum recommended time. Applying power to your BB between it getting wet and doing this process reduces the chances of success. Further, the only thing predictable about moisture intrusion into a BB (indeed, any electronic device) is that the results will be unpredictable. I've seen some come back up right away and be fine. I've seen others never work at all. I've seen still others run for a bit, and then die later. And every thing in between.