Sir, i thought your phone is in running off memory full...you should copy first your contact to sim directory before you format...this is the manual format : power on the phone then push the three botton 3+* and the green botton hold it with 5 to 10 seconds until formatting will appear on the screen..
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The Graffiti and the Backlight applications are not compatable and must be deleted.DO a hard reset (Press power button and reset until the Plam Logo screen
shows, press up button - this brings you back to original factory
setting, and potentially undoes all the stuff you did when trying to
make the thing work), synchronize, hit home icon, press menu button,
select delete, find Backlight, hit delete, find Graffiti, hit delete,
and sychronize again.
Set your phone to sinchronize your contacts with your PC (if not already set), and sync them. Then, start Outook on your PC, go to the Contacts tab, select the contacts you want to see excluded from your phone's internal memory, and delete them (either go to 'Edit > Delete', or 'Ctrl-D', or simply 'Del'). Now, re-synchronize your phone with your PC. I suppose ActiveSync on your phone will automatically delete the contacts you have excluded from Outlook on your PC.
Hope it works for you.
Your Blackberry probably just needs a firmware restore. Here's a guide on how to restore the blackberry firmware, the website is at : Restore Blackberry
to factory settings.Download the Blackberry Desktop manager and run the
application loader. Make sure you check to delete old applications in
advanced tab. Carefully all you datat will be wiped.
to delete ringtones, open the file explorer application from progams. navigate to device\my documents\ my ringtones , select the ones you want and delete. nice and ease. set a new ringtone either in the sound and notifications section of settings, or on a file, tap and hold on the screen on a file you wish to have as a ringtone and select "set a ringtone". if you are looking for these as a message tone you need to convert the file to a .wav file and import this to the windows folder on the device then select in the sounds and notifications tab in settings.
assigning tones to contacts can only be done if your contacts are outlook contacts, not sim contacts. open and edit a contact, scroll down to ringtone, although again with these i belive the file must be a .wav file and be located in the windows directory.