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04-29-2013 08:48 PM
04-30-2013 05:15 PM
What you describe sounds like moisture damage...if there is any possibility at all, 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.
Otherwise, since the problem persists in Safe Mode, your next steps would be more drastic -- device WIPE, OS Reload, BBSAK Wipe/Reload, "Bare Bones" OS Reload Diagnostic Process, etc. Of course, if the problem is damaged/defective hardware, then there is no amount of self-diagnostics, internet-distance diagnostics, or OS/software related fixes that can help...only in hand evaluation by a qualified hardware technician can actually diagnose that and provide you an estimate.
05-01-2013 01:43 PM
05-01-2013 01:48 PM