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Hi everyone, here's my problem, and i will be very grateful if i get any help with that.

I m using BB 9800(Torch), and I m in China, let's say that i m in Province A, my carrier is China Mobile, the network connections with every App are fine within the first hour after the start or re-start of the cellphone, but then the magic shows up, the network signal on the upper-right corner of the screen would then disappear, i mean, the icon turns into "X", then seconds later, the cellphone automatically searches for new carrier signal, which's China Mobile, and it get connected, again.

Everything changes after that re-connection. All Apps' connections are lost, despite of the full range of the connection signal. If I open an App that requires network connection, it only takes a second to pop up the alarm of Network Error, as if there were no any network connection at all. But there IS~!

I have no problem with the web-browsing after the re-connection. Everything is fine with the 9800 built-in web-browser.

Here's the spooky thing,

Last week I went to province B for a biz trip, by plane, all apps network connections become normal after the landing, the status is very stable, "The Fist Hour Curse" was gone. But that curse came back on the poor 9800 when I got back to Province A.

What is the problem with my 9800? I only have approximately 1 hour to use my Apps after each re-boot.

Thanks mate~~!!

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