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Upgraded desk-top software will not sync with ATT-BB-8310

I was able to make the phone sync once, at the lower left corner it acually displayed my pin instead of none. That was the fist and only time, it hasnt worked sence. I downloaded desktop (ver. v4.6).

My phone is ATT-8310 by Blackberry v4.2.2.170 (platform is 2.5.0.30)

Also are you guys aware of the new OS for the ATT-8310 and when or where it can be found.

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This is done in desktop manager. You have to hook your BB up to your Desktop and then go through the backup and restore process. If you need help we can show you.

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SOURCE: My blackberry is completely frozen and i cant press anything

You phone could just need a simple reset if the problem is based upon the software.
To do that click the link below to download the Blackberry Desktop Manager and the Blackberry Device Software for your Curve and run the app loader to reset your device
https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/entry.do?code=577BCC914F9E55D5E4E4F82F9F00E7D4

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SOURCE: How do i reset blackberry curve 8310 to factory

There is a program called "JL_Cmder". Its a Program which can Wipe or reset your phone when your phone is connected to the computervia the USb cable.

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SOURCE: BLACKBERRY 8310 WILL NOT CONNECT TO NETWORK

follow these instructions closely and this should do the trick for ya.

from the main screen press your menue button(the one with 7 dots left of the rollerball)
the select manage connections and make sure that the mobile network box is checked and shows your network. then scroll down to "mobile network options" select mobile network and finaly select start provisioning. this should provision your new device setup with the network.


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SOURCE: Cannot scroll up with my Blackberry Curve 8310 trackball

It is a very common problem. You just need a new trackball. Should be about $25. If you want to make it work temporary, then just removed it and clean the trackball and the phone part under it (on the phone itself) with 99% alcohol. It might work for a while again

Posted on May 13, 2009

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