Keep reading and we'll check out some common issues and their fixes.
Here we'll look at the most common issues that Black Berry users face regarding data. If you're having data issues, make sure you're actually in an area with good coverage and your device radio is on (Mobile Network is active).
When these things occur it's really hard to pin down just what the cause is, but with a few steps you can troubleshoot some common data issues on your own and most times be back up and running on your own (or at least get a better idea of the issue).
If your Black Berry has the Android operating system installed and it's not connecting to the internet supplied by your carrier, follow the steps in this section.
It's possible that your phone is also not even showing the 3G logo or any other indication of a network connection.
I’m not sure if nuked is the technically appropriate word for it (I also use one that starts with an F and ends in an ED and has a CK in the middle), but it is how I refer to a Black Berry that is stuck in a permanent reboot cycle and is completely, completely unusable.
With a Nuked Berry, essentially the device turns on (red LED comes on for a few seconds), then you see the white screen with the hourglass of death, and then the display shuts off, the device shuts off, a few seconds go by and then it starts up and does the same thing again and again and again (it’ll do it for hours if you let it).