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My blackberry initialization falied.

For some reason my phone will not get a signal and it says initialization failed. Does it have something to do with my sim card? I did not do anything to the phone and it just started to do this out of the blue.

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Then you should take it to a mobile repair center and have then take a look at it for you

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Log in to your Blackberry Internet Service, in this example, Vodafone service provider, provided to you by your service provider.

Delete your email address or addresses set to there.
Create new email address or addresses and passwords as before.
Log out.

That's it!!
Till next time, take care of your blackberry.

Posted on Feb 07, 2010

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