Blackberry 8320 keeps resetting - get "your handheld has been registered... message"
My Blackberry 8320 keeps resetting and I lose all of my texts, emails, and call logs. I don't notice it when it happens, but only see that everything is gone from the handheld and I have emails from T-Mobile saying that my handheld has been registered with the wireless network.
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Re: Blackberry 8320 keeps resetting - get "your handheld...
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No one can give you free unlock code. because each blackberry have different unlock code. As far as i know unlocking by codes is the simple and safe way.You will need the unique MEP Code for your Blackberry 8320 and to get it you can use a website with service for Blackberry unlocking .so you can use a website to Unlock your Blackberry 8320 online instantly - OR local mobile shop .they are mostly using cables to unlock it and the price is higher then on unlocking websites but the result is the same: SIM free Blackberry.
This problem happens on pretty much any computer-related device.
Something happens and you can send
anything. It’s annoying, but there are actually two ways to fix it. You
can perform a soft reset, which is done by pressing the ALT + CAP +
DELETE keys on your handheld at the same time. If this doesn’t work,
perform a hard reset. This is done by finding the RESET button at the
back of the handheld. Sometimes, this button might be near the bottom,
under the battery cover. Press the RESET button using a pin or paper
clip. With either method, you shouldn’t lose any data.
Perhaps, is you did not see the reset button,you can also do the hard reset this way, in the process of powering your phone, pull out the battery straight before it finish loading, this helps fix abnormality on the blackberry phone.
its in your message options.... go to email.. or txt message.... go to Options...... General options... and scroll down to Actions... it will say keep messages.... it should say 2 months for you move it to forever.. so that it will only delete when you delete it