1. starman011's Avatar
    9900 bricked itself a few days ago...I've tried everything but it won't stay connected to Desktop Manager. Now warranty.
    Will RIM release a solution in the future? Basically do I hold onto it (in hopes that 1 day I will be revived) or sell it for a few bucks now so that it can be used for parts?
    02-08-12 02:03 AM
  2. BUSPBP's Avatar
    Sign the Petition and hope RIM listens to us.
    02-08-12 02:46 AM
  3. Phill_UK's Avatar
    Sell it...
    02-08-12 06:34 AM
  4. greggebhardt's Avatar
    I agree with Phill and would sell it. I do not think that RIM is working on a solution to fix your device.
    02-08-12 06:43 AM
  5. BroadKZter's Avatar
    Sad, many years with Blackberry devices. 8320, 8900, 9800, and the "best" product of RIM turns out to be the worst... I already bought a Samsung galaxy SII, but still hope that RIM comes out with a solution for this because my warranty expired
    02-17-12 10:37 AM
  6. gbwalsh's Avatar
    How can your warranty allready be expired?
    02-17-12 10:39 AM
  7. Xavier85's Avatar
    9900 bricked itself a few days ago...I've tried everything but it won't stay connected to Desktop Manager. Now warranty.
    Will RIM release a solution in the future? Basically do I hold onto it (in hopes that 1 day I will be revived) or sell it for a few bucks now so that it can be used for parts?
    http://crackberry.com/blackberry-101...ked-blackberry

    Try that. Carefully read step 2 as the timing has to be perfect, but if you can time it right, it'll get you past the slowly blinking red light. This has worked for me before on nuked 8330, 8900, and 9700 (nothing wrong with those phones, i just have a nasty habit of loading leaked/hybrid os's and it doesn't always work out. ) Haven't had a need to try on my 9900, but the method in manually loading device software hasn't changed so i'm sure it'll work on the 9900 as well. Good luck!
    02-17-12 10:48 AM
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