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Old 12-19-2009, 04:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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The red light at the top normally flashes when i receive a mail or msg,
but it no longer does?

anybody knows why? PLEASE advice.
Oh and the hourglass thing keeeps loading??
I DONT KNOW WHATS HAPPENING.
:( its only 3 weeks old
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Old 12-19-2009, 04:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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1 - check your profiles. Make sure LED flashing is still set for repeat notifications.

2 - Do a battery pull (that is a hard reset).

3 - Check your free memory. (Options > status)
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1 - check your profiles. Make sure LED flashing is still set for repeat notifications.

2 - Do a battery pull (that is a hard reset).

3 - Check your free memory. (Options > status)
Hello thanks for the reply.
I did One and two already but still the same.
and what does number 3 imply...?
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The hourglass makes me think low memory. I can't see if you have a newer blackberry or an older 64MB model. If an older model, you really need to maintain at least 12MB free after a battery pull. I don't know what the advice is for a newer model.

Do a battery pull, then look. What is your free memory?
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ive got a free space of 845MB the hourglass is fine aft the batt pull. Thanks
its just the lights... :(
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You do not have 845MB free on the device. The device memory on a 9000 is 128MB. The amount of memory on the memory card doesn't matter.

Options / Status will show you the File Free. Try again please!
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My I ask what this thread has to do with Java development?
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Nothing ... just cut the noob some slack. A mod can move it if necessary.
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