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1. Soft Reset
Just press ALT+Right SHIFT (CAP)+DELETE
2. DOUBLE-Soft Reset
It will stop all application on Blackberry and it’s pretty same with hard reset but the different is only the TIMING. Just do Soft reset and display will be black/blank. After the display is not black anymore press ALT+Right SHIFT (CAP)+DELETE again and the display will be blank. The sandclock will show up and wait until BlackBerry ready to use.
3. Hard Reset
It’s so simple, just release the battery for 30 seconds and tide again. The BlackBerrywill boot from the beginning. This is the first step if something wrong with network,software or hardware.
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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