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I'm guessing you've always used your Blackberry in the same general location since you got it and that you did not experience any of these problems in the beginning?
If so, the problem could be due to your internal attenna going bad or possibly, you may need software update. I would advise you contact your service provider support (e.g., Verizon, Sprint, etc.) and see if they can help you troubleshoot.
some mobile telephone numbers can only be blocked by your service provider, I know from personal experience, Had to block a cell number, and my cell phone provider had to do it for me, so contact them, I am sure they can help you get the number(s) blocked
ok... i started having the same problem after i got a battery saving app that controls the data input/output. well i just uninstalled. i think it might have screwed with the radio network whatever it is. so ima take it into the store soon to see if they can fix it if all else fails
I've never heard of that happening before. Try breaking it down into the category of "recent calls" or whichever it is under, where you only see the people that have called you. From there I believe you hit the right button and click save contact.
View free space by choosing OPTIONS - STATUS, & look at FILE FREE. On desktop, hold down ALT & press BACK/RETURN. A box shows all apps "running". (Red END button doesn't close the app -- sends to bkgnd.) Select one, and it opens... press MENU, scroll to CLOSE. This ends app/frees mem.