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08-22-2012 01:18 PM
It will work, just be patient. which level is it failing? I have been having problems but after some research and findings i found a way and did the update. The solutions I provided in an earlier post are the ones i posted. try to unistall your Desktop Softwaree, clean the registry and start again.
Let us remember it is a Alpha device whilst at the same time the Desktop Software is in beta mode. Errors do occur.
08-22-2012 01:24 PM
Okay everyone i have found the solution for the 1/6 red blinking.
Step 1: Stack charge for 30 times.
Step 2: While the charger plugged in push power button for 10 secs and keep repeating for 10 times.
Step 3: Attach the device to the computer start the desktop manager bundle 33 and choose the repair option.
**Note: It took me 3 days to figure this way out,the problem is that the os thinks the battery is dead/corrupt
08-22-2012 10:20 PM
Guys, I was update my Dev Alpha to 10.0.6.545 up from 10.0.4 using a clean install of Desktop Software 220.127.116.11. Plug device, restart, repair, update, wait, done!
The issue is that am trying now to update a second Dev Alpha from a team mate which is still 10.0.6.386. This is what happens:
- Open DM.
- Connect the device and restart it. Windows rings the usual USB plug/unplug sounds.
- On restart DM says the usual Retry and Repair options and keeps waiting the device finish booting up.
- After a while, the device finishes booting up and later, DM says it could not connect.
- The device freezes showing a "Installing Drivers" banner (as the shown when USB-connected but other title).
- Windows Device Manager does not show any BlackBerry device connected.
- BlackBerry Device Manager does not show any device connected.
- DM says "unknown device".
I will do a full uninstall and clean install of DM, including all drivers and then try again.
Did anyone experienced the same issue? Any clues?
08-23-2012 05:53 AM
I had similar troubles. Also on 10.0.6. I basically did the following...
1. Removed desktop man with revo uninstaller
2. Removed all other BB desktop related software and drivers - said yes to settings too.
3. Downloaded fresh desktop bundle.
4. Installed BB D
5. Plugged in phone for detection and did the whole setup for the phone.
6. Did the restart / debrick method and said yes to the repair prompts.
I did however have to do this a few times before it worked. Try also turning off the device (before attempting the debrick method) and starting it up fresh before connecting to BB D.
Another thing, if you've been developing on the device TURN OFF the password protection and development modes before doing the update, I think it interferes.
08-23-2012 09:17 AM
All, my connection problem was solved changing "USB Connections" from "Automatically Detect" to "Connect to Windows" in "Storage & Sharing" options. Now I have both devices on 10.0.6.545!
Hope this helps!
08-25-2012 11:10 PM
I ran the security wipe and forgot to backup apps (camera app is missing herafter).
It looks like clean everything inside. With the camera apps is gone, development mode trun on but cannot install new apps. 169.254.0.1 no longer response to ping.
Try to obtain new desktop software, with the USB cable, it does not hook up to the device.
I do not see the mass storage device as drive E: on my windows explorer. I am windows & professional service pack 1.
BB10 Device Alpha was on 10.0.4.188 and was running fine in development mode before security wipe.
When connected by USB the BB10 dioes just to INstalling Drivers screen and stays there. Do I need a long long wait time before device connects.
I need to final test my app before publishing it. I need some help please. Thanks.
08-26-2012 02:11 AM
Not being horrible but I think this is the wrong thread for this.
What I mean is you have problems which relate to other threads, for eg. try this:
It will get your dev alpha working on windows again. From there try an update.
Hope this helps.
08-26-2012 08:13 AM
I tried to update in Windows 7 64 bits. The update showed the final message (without problems), but the blackberry 10 dev alpha hadn't changed the version. I tried several times with same final, until it kept stuck in Blackberry10 Dev Alpha logo (without animation).
I tried to wipe it, and the process finish with the download and installations of 2 packages, but, it kept stuck in the restart of mobile. I repeated the same process several times, same final...
Now, my Blackberry 10 dev alpha is stuck in logo... and i think that it doesn't charge, because if i disconnect from wall or pc, the mobile shut down.
If i restart the terminal with volume up + volume down + power = reboot and and stuck in logo...
Can someone help me? RIM gave me a cute brick...