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Why does my blackberry delete my texts and call list? it will read I have no memory but I do. The memory wont change even when I delete pictures and ring tones. I have to take out the battery to reset it but I have already lost all my texts and call list.

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  • Anonymous Feb 02, 2009

    I have tried removing the battery etc thousands of times since this happened in august ie several times per day and it does not work. also the tracker ball only goes across and down not up - very annoying as I cant do anything. help please. Laura

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My blackberry did the same thing so i called the wireless provider that i use and they told me to take the battery out and try it again...with blackberries you NEED to take the battery out at least 2 times a month....hope this helps

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