02-19-2013 03:33 AM
when i go in to register through my wireless network it tell me this:
Registration message queued. It will be sent once data coverage is available??
What do i need to do?
02-19-2013 10:08 AM
Hi and Welcome to the Community!
If you have a strong signal from your mobile service provider (Telstra, according to your profile here) AND your voice level services (calls, voice mail, SMS) are all working fine (and are definitely from the proper carrier) AND you are properly subscribed to a BB data plan (from your provider), THEN you need to ring up your mobile service provider for formal support. It is their network with which your BB is having trouble communicating, and only they can look "behind the scenes" to figure out why.
02-19-2013 09:00 PM
b4 this i had reset my phone back to factory setings to get my IT policy out the way. thought this would have been enough to get BBM to work!!!!
however i have contact Telstra an they are unable to get into the account as this was purchase off a company...is there any other way i can get my phone to except data traffic?
02-20-2013 09:22 AM
Nope...only someone who can look "behind the scenes" at the carrier systems can figure out why this is not working. No one here can do that.
But...now that you've provided new information...when you did the ResetToFactory, what did you do next? For instance, if before you had taken a full backup, and after the ResetToFactory you did a full restore, then you have simply placed that IT Policy back onto your BB, leaving you right back where you started. When removing an IT Policy, you need to be sure and do a selective backup or restore, including only those databases you require, and specifically avoiding any that have to do with IT Policy:
Further still, if the BES system to which your BB was attached did not get configured to remove your BB, then that BES system may well reach out and try to reactivate your BB, which will again put you right back where you started. Before doing the ResetToFactory, you must be sure that your BB is not still configured in that BES system.
So, given all of that, is there anything else you can tell us about your situation? For instance, I notice in the official download portal that Telstra does not even support the 9105 natively. Typically, when that is the case, there are very challenging "tricks" that must be done in order to get that device working on their network (if, indeed, they are even willing to allow it...it is their network, after all). So, originally when you got it to work on their network, you likely had to do some tricks...and now that you've wiped your BB, you must do those tricks again as the WIPE removed everything from the BB that was enabling it to function on their network at all.
Good luck and let us know!
02-20-2013 06:18 PM
the only thing that i restored after resetting my back-up was my address book!! should i restore anything more than that like the BIS Account?
Look forward to your reply.
02-20-2013 06:21 PM
Sorry didnt really make sence what i wrote b4....
What i was meant to say was the only thing i restored after resetting my phone to factory setting was my address book should i restore anything more than that? should i restore my BIS Account?
02-20-2013 06:22 PM