How to clean Blackberry 9900 Keyboard ?
I don't know how its gonna sound but, I have seen videos about (blackberry keyboards cleaning) but i didn't came across any for 9900, My question is that its not about cleaning it with that cleaning cloth alone but how ever so that's very good tho when i feel like i should clean it with that cloth but i actually was thinking to take keyboard off the phone and clean the actual keys like so i won't have problem with keyboard later like double clicks or no clicks at all
So its 7 month old, and i'm glad i am not having any keyboard issues, but just curious if that's possible or just should i get a replacement if i have an issue with any key ?
- CrackBerry Genius
07-29-12, 06:34 PM #2
- 2,008 Posts
Clean it with the cloth and use can of air once in awhile if you want. I would not take it apart to clean the keyboard it is durable. If keeping the phone extra clean makes you feel better invest in a quality case that doesn't expose the screen or keyboard to the elements and protects it if dropped.
If you have any problems at all battery pull will fix. If the key gets damaged order new key pad and have a tech properly install it.
But yes I liked that idea I'm gonna get that and use it once a while
I don't know why is it so this phone loves finger prints, even on screen
Any tips ?
- CrackBerry Newbie
05-16-13, 11:39 PM #9
- 1 Posts
Problem with BB Bold keyboard
- 05-16-13, 11:52 PM #10
Relax, the fix is simple.
Go to www.ETradeSupply.com and get a new keypad. You can get a blank chin plate for an extra buck fifty as well if you like.
Find a disassembly video on YouTube.
Replace the keypad.
Get the complete unit with the track pad and flex-cable, the stuff is cheap and not worth messing with. The track pad that came with my replacement is nicer than my original anyway.
Make sure you get the proper T-Driver to take the phone apart.
Your probably lookin at about 20 bucks total.
ETradeSupply has original Blackberry parts and they are "New" and not parts pulled from refurbished units.
The 99XX is the easiest BB to disassemble that they ever made. Just replacing the Keypad is 2 or 4 out of the 6 screws that hold the unit together.
Last edited by olblueyez; 11-10-13 at 05:32 AM.