- 12-30-2012, 11:50 AM #1702
I'm quite new here so I'll be direct:
I tried to clean my phone, as I always done.
I put it together but when to start there was the one red light, pause and 3 more red lights , never stop repeating this.
I've installed the correct OS, deleted the vendor.xml from apploader folder and tried the Command Prompt method.
So the Loader.exe starts ( no jvm or normal, is the same result )
It shows USB- PIN and my pin number, the red light comes on but it can't connect to the ARM. After one-two minutes of disperate waiting, the error shows up with UNABLE TO CONNECT TO DEVICE (A connection to the device could not be established. Please ensure that the device is properly connected to the cradle or USB cable, and that the cradle or USB cable is connected securely to your computer. Also ensure that the device has completed any startup operations. Then run the Application Loader Wizard again.)
I used two USB cables, same result. I've done it 30 times but there's no hope. JL_Cmder doesn't recognize the phone, the DM does. BBSAK doesn't.
I APRECIATE ANY ADVICE and sorry for my bad english, I'm kind of newbie.
- 01-05-2013, 05:24 PM #1703
Doing this only causes the apploader to show up on my screen, and if i hit next the dropdown menu for connection is blank and the detect box is un-checkable. Any suggestions? The only life in my phone is a 1 and 3 led pattern when it has a power source ie the battery, and it is not recognised at all by my computer. Help?
- 01-18-2013, 10:35 AM #1707
Is /nojvm still a valid command line switch for loader.exe?
I can get loader to detect my 9810 but always craps out at Reconnecting to jvm.
It doesn't matter if I use /nojvm or not the results are the same.Z30, Nexus 4, Kobo Arc 64GB, Playbook 16GB
- 03-21-2013, 03:52 PM #1710
Hi people.i have a bb curve 9320 im gettin conpletely blank screen and solid red led for 20 seconds when i plug in then 4 short blinks then continual 4 short blinks with a short pause after the 4th i have installed the right os and followed all steps both ways standard and cmd either way when i get to plugging in the phone (WITHOUT BATTERY ) UNKNOWN PIN comes up ...i hit next straight away... for a second it says connecting to arm then immediately says UNABLE TO CONNECT TO DEVICE (A connection to the device could not be established. Please ensure that the device is properly connected to the cradle or USB cable, and that the cradle or USB cable is connected securely to your computer. Also ensure that the device has completed any startup operations. Then run the Application Loader Wizard again.) . Have tried this now 50 times. My pc recognizes the black berry in device manager and as an unknown device in dtm but has shown as correct device in the past ive reinstalled dtm hence it not recognizing .bbsak wont recognize. Have tried it on both a pc and a laptop both top of the range. Have tried 2 cables . In device manager it states that this device is working properly and also in devices and printers it also shows on bb device manager in all cases it states its a bb but doesnt state model ...it does state its connected to port 1 but in loader no port shows just the blank untill unknown pin shows. Any help will b great but please try not to regurgetate to much coz this forum is swamped enough lol . Thanks in advance.
- 03-27-2013, 04:14 PM #1712
Bored of this now...
BB wont reboot, only has a flashing red light. Now, I have followed your instructions with care and caution, as well as every other "solution"out there, to no avail. Did the command prompt, did the battery pull, did the blackberry master control program "solution" - and nothing works. Tried another battery, still nothing ....
Also the apploader wizard doesnt detect my phone (althgh it detects my other BB) - so I am stumped. More than anything it is challenging and it will be great if someone had any other tips to resolve this... (have installed new OS, desktop manager doesnt detect my phone either) ... Tried every solution on this forum, re nuked phone, dead phone etc ...
Anyone out there willing to assist me with this? Id really appreciate it
- CrackBerry Newbie
04-06-2013, 06:41 PM #1713
- 6 Posts
i have the same problem with my 9900. The phone has been complete dead for months now. No red light, windows 7 cannot detect it and battery does not charge. Have tried it with a friends fully charged battery but it still does not come on. Someone should please help.
- CrackBerry User
06-22-2013, 03:22 PM #1714
- 11 Posts
windows 7 or 8
yes im trying to get my z10 to start backup using this guide idk if i downloaded the right thing i need help command prompt stuck at cd app loader and wont go past there i also think my computer is running on windows 7 or 8
- 06-28-2013, 12:18 AM #1716
ive tried that processs to repair my bb curve 8520 but it didnt work . it became bricked after i tried to charge it using a stripped by putting two wires in with the battery and connecting the other end to the computer and after that it never finished booting up
- 06-28-2013, 11:24 AM #1717
Hi, i have BB 8310, but it is in restart loop... i tried guide with loader, but everytime stop on "reconnecting to jvm" ( my BB then start reboot loop again)... Tried with battery IN, Out, take in after click finish...
I tried many cables ( 2x NOKIA, 1x SAMSUNG) , 2 diferent PC ( one with W7, other with W8) different desktop managers ( 4.5 on W7, and latest one on W8) ...
any help ? thanks
- 09-10-2013, 11:32 PM #1722
- 09-19-2013, 11:59 AM #1723
Followed all the instructions but when the Loader Wizard starts and I click next it goes to a screen which asks me to select the port the device is connected but obviously can't find it. Taking out the battery, putting it back and leaving it out doesn't help and I am just left with a dead 9900 and red morse code for ES I think!
This all started with the battery suddenly running down very quickly without any apparent reason but a 'new' battery hasn't helped and anyway when attached to a charger the battery shouldn't matter. Would I be safe in assuming the phone needs repair and if so where?
Thanks for the posssible solutions. John