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05-06-2008 12:57 AM
Your call log disappeared, due to low memory. The Blackberry devices have a Low Memory Manager, that once you hit 400k (or less) memory, the phone will begin deleting call logs and text messages. Using a memory card will help alleviate these issues. However, one other thing to remember, would be to make sure all programs are shut down properly.
On your Home Screen, press and hold Alt and Escape (Back - next to red END key) keys.
A window pops up, showing all open applications.
While continuing to hold down Alt, release Escape, and scroll through the app list, with your trackball.
When you find an application, let go of Alt. This will open that application.
Use Menu - Close, or your Escape key, to close the program.
There are 5 programs that will never close completely, on a Blackberry. These are: Browser, Home screen, Messages, Phone (Call log) and BB Messenger. If you are running Brickbreaker, BB Maps, or even small apps, it will take a lot of memory.
Go into Options > Status, to view your File Free, to see what a difference it makes, once these are closed down.
Hope this helps!! =)