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    Dead torch

    Hi Can anyone help - my torch died in mid text. The only thing showing is the red light which dies quickly.
    I have connected to my pc and it finds the torch for approx 15 seconds but still only the red light. It then dies for about the same time - this just loops but nothing on screen. Just the red light light.

    Any ideas - btw out of warranty by 5 weeks



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    Your Torch looks to be nuked. Please check How-To Recover A Nuked Blackberry - with Pictures . I'm sure this guide will help you!
    Also Check 9800 Torch - Downloads - BlackBerryOS.com for the latest Official OS for your Torch. We're waiting your feedback


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    Hi, would it be worth trying a new battery first as I checked it with a multimeter and it is completely flat despite having been fully charged a couple of hours before it died?
    Last edited by guineapigmuffin; 08-29-2012 at 12:18 PM.



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    I am trying to follow the instructions for recovery but when I install the Desktop manager from the link on instructions there is no AppLoader tag. It reads:Program Files(x86)/Research In Motion/Blackberry Desktop: Then there is no AppLoader to open? Am I doing something wrong??

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    I would definitely try the battery mine did exactly the same thing



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    Quote Originally Posted by guineapigmuffin View Post
    I am trying to follow the instructions for recovery but when I install the Desktop manager from the link on instructions there is no AppLoader tag. It reads:Program Files(x86)/Research In Motion/Blackberry Desktop: Then there is no AppLoader to open? Am I doing something wrong??
    Have you installed the OS you want to load on your BlackBerry?


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    Quote Originally Posted by guineapigmuffin View Post
    I am trying to follow the instructions for recovery but when I install the Desktop manager from the link on instructions there is no AppLoader tag. It reads:Program Files(x86)/Research In Motion/Blackberry Desktop: Then there is no AppLoader to open? Am I doing something wrong??
    Did you look in this path as well: C:\Program Files\Common Files\Research In Motion\AppLoader What operating system are you running?

  8. #8
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    Tried all suggestions - phone was completely dead. Blackberry replaced it.

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