10-11-2008 10:46 AM
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10-12-2008 01:10 AM - edited 10-12-2008 01:10 AM
I have been having the same issues, however I have the Blackberry 8320. Just my SMS messages and even Call Logs are getting deleted (not my e-mails). I checked my File Free and it was down to 0bytes, but I don't have that much installed on my device. I have about 8 ringtones I downloaded, 8 of my own pictures, a few other programs I downloaded (like Opera Mini and Google Maps), 6 games, no videos, so I don't get how I'm already at 0 bytes? I thought Blackberry's were suppose to hold a lot of information?
Should I just start deleting the default ringtones and the default pictures or something? I hate to start deleting stuff, but I can't believe that my BlackBerry can't hold that much. A friend of mine has the BlackBerry 8800 series and he has tons of e-mails and sms messages, tons of videos and pictures, etc.
What are my options?
10-12-2008 05:25 AM
I did a little research on the internet and it seems that this problem is a common issue with the 8300 series. Aparently there is a bug that makes the BB OS believe that al memory is used and consequently triggers an automatic routine that cleans up the occupied memory to keep the device functioning. This routine then deletes SMS messages and call logs (without warning!) to gain back some memory. The problem is that the routine kicks in when in fact there is no real memory issue at all.
Can someone from BB here comment on this? Is there a bug-fix?
10-12-2008 07:41 AM
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