03-15-2010 09:57 AM
I'd been thinking about doing a complete reboot just to clear it up. While my data's all synced with Outlook, so won't lose that, glad to see the other steps. Didn't know you could back up 3rd party stuff. Appreciate you're working with me on this.
04-05-2010 02:30 PM
click on the menu button and then close It is always good to close out apps and not have them running.
there are many ways you can keep battery draining as well as having your BB run great.
I can give you these tips to help you out.
keep your backlight set at 10 and 30 sec
you will find this in Options under screen and keyboard click on save and then close out on it
keeping the cache in the browser clear too helps to do this when in the browser
click on the menu key then options
click on cache operations and then keep clicking then close and it will clean memory
another thing you can do is clear the Event Log
click on the alt button and while on it type LGLG
then the menu button and click on clear log then delete two items will still show but your don't want to delete those
there is a free app in BB Appl world called Quick Pull it is free and you can set a time for it.
I do a battery pull with this app daily it is good for your BB but when I add an app I will do a manual battery pull for a reset. I also will do it once a week because it is good for the BB
also good for the memory is to delete your emails and text messages when you are done with them
04-05-2010 11:33 PM
how do i get to BB appl world
On your BB go to www.blackberry.com/appworld.
You do need a BB data plan.
04-06-2010 01:04 AM
It depends. Many times if it's the first time you've installed the app then you don't have to reboot. However, almost any time you install an updated version of the same app you do need to reboot. The device will prompt you to reboot if it needs it.
04-06-2010 01:18 AM
QuickPull, one word.
PIN: C0001B7B4 Display/Scan Bar Code
PIN: C0005A9AA Display/Scan Bar Code