BlackBerry Passport Switching Off
Does your BlackBerry suddenly turns off when you still have 30%, 50%, or any other percentage of battery remaining? Don’t panic! Sometimes issues related to BlackBerry randomly shutting off are related to water damage or other unfortunate accidents. That being said, a lot of the time, when your BlackBerry shuts down when it still shows battery life remaining, it’s an issue that can be caused by a firmware restore, battery replacement or internal components.
Not necessarily. More often than not, what’s actually going on is that your BlackBerry isn’t talking to the battery correctly. Just like everything else on the BlackBerry, theBlackBerry software is what’s in control of monitoring the amount of remaining battery life. If the software isn’t communicating properly with the battery, it’s not going to display the right percentage.
The most BlackBerry Passport switching off problem is caused by the Firmware. Yes. This isn’t your simple run-of-the-mill software problem where your battery is draining too fast because your apps are crashing. Firmware is low-level code on your BlackBerry. When we reload the firmware on your BlackBerry, it takes off every little last bit of code that controls the BlackBerry and reloads it. Hence we recommend our customers not to reload the BlackBerry Firmware on your own, instead let our BlackBerry professionals take care of it.
You need to get your BlackBerry Passport Switching off problem fixed if:
- Switches off even though the battery is charged.
- Switches off intermittently.
- Shows incorrect battery percentage.
- Switches off suddenly during calls.
- Switches off during normal application usage.
What will be repaired or replaced:
We source the best OEM replacement parts, which is high in quality, durable and efficient. Our professional repair technicians will diagnose and fix your BlackBerry Passport Switching off problem quickly and efficiently.