Phone sometimes auto reboots on its own.
Also, phone shows good signal strength with Cingular but sometimes its not connected. I turn antennae off & on to resync in order to make a call. Its upsetting because I've missed calls & don't get voicemail alerts until I turn the antennae off & on.
Is this a sim or phone problem? I have an old at&t wireless sim. Are they messing w/me?
It sounds like you may need a new SIM card. However, the fact that your phone is rebooting on it's own is troubling.
Has your phone been exposed to any liquids that you know of? There is a small round sticker inside your battery compartment, if it has turned red then it has been exposed to moisture. If so, then that could be the problem.
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remove your battery and leave it out for around 5minutes, when you put the battery back in, the phone should auto reboot, hence sorting out any problems it has, if this fails, contact BLACKBERRY DIRECT, they should solve the problem for you with a secret menu!!
1) Insert non Tmobile SIM (Such as a Cingular SIM) 2) Phone on. It will display wrong SIM 3) Enter *7465625*638*00000000*00000000# (The zeros will be dashes) (Press End and the screen will clear) 4) Enter #7465625*638*00000000# 5) Reboot phone. Now you can use the Cingular SIM card.
It sounds like a bad flash or firmware to me. I would reflash to a different firmware. You can only flash to the same or a higher track with these phones, so be careful not to flash to a lower track. You could brick your phone.