help :( Can't accept agreement and use phone at all
I just bought a blackberry curve 8900 and it worked perfectly for 3 days. When the phone turned on again i got this message:
This handheld device includes software that is proprietary and confidential to research in motion limited ("RIM") and/or its affiliates and suppliers. Except to the extent that RIM is expressly precluded by law from prohibiting you from doing so, You are not permitted to reverse engineer... etc
and an "OK" button at the bottom of the agreement.
This comes up right when i turn on the phone; and i cant push the "OK"
button, I've been trying for hours.
I do have a screen shot of this but i don't have enough posts to link it :(
I have tried:
-Taking out the battery for 30 seconds and putting back in.
-Completely wiping out the OS using JL_Cmder and then reinstalling it, it just gave me the same message.
- Pushing the trackball 200 or 300 times :(
Please give me a solution! :(
this handheld device includes software that is proprietary and confidential
Hold down shift key (or Caps key) then scroll. Hey Presto!! Was up for 8 or 9 hours reinstalling & downgrading before I tried all keys & uncovered this solution.
Hope it helps...
Nothing Works (so far...Help!?)
Unfortunately I've tried almost all of your suggestions to get out of the TOS menu and to just accept the damn agreement. I had the black screen of death at first (the screen only showed at the point of charging, which it was frozen anyway, so that was useful :rolleyes:) and then I changed the battery out, which gave me the white screen of death. After reinstalling OS 5 (on a OS 10.5.8 Mac) using Desktop Manager, it wiped the hard drive so there should be a clean slate in terms of software. My blackberry wouldn't go into safe mode whatsoever, the trackpad is clean as well as the keyboard, the shift scroll didn't make any difference and none of the keys have any effect to bring the backlight back on once it goes out. If anyone has found a solid solution, please comment back. As for my service provider, they don't know squat & I'd rather not buy a new phone if I can save this one. Thanks for reading & any future suggestions would be much appreciated :)