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Old 06-03-2008, 03:30 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Do you have encryption set on your Address Book in your Options > Security? I wonder if that could cause some slowdown in accessing it.
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Do you have encryption set on your Address Book in your Options > Security? I wonder if that could cause some slowdown in accessing it.
Hi, how could I find out
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Options > Security > General Settings > Content Protection = Disabled

Include Address Book = NO
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Options > Security > General Settings > Content Protection = Disabled

Include Address Book = NO
The content protection is Disabled, and the include address book shows Yes
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Well make that say NO for the Address Book.

Do you store your contacts on your SIM card?

After changing the above, remove the battery and reboot the device again.
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Well make that say NO for the Address Book.

Do you store your contacts on your SIM card?

After changing the above, remove the battery and reboot the device again.
Hello, I have my contacts both on my Sim card and in the phones memory, is this wise
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Wisdom has nothing to do with it.

But you don't need to. Remove them from your SIM.
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Thanks for the help JSanders,
I've just deleted all my contacts from my Sim card and just kept my contacts in the phones memory.Just hoping my call log does not freeze again

Kind Regards, tantra.
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removing the call logs/emails/messages helped me to solve the problem . thanks !! owe you !!
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Hello JSanders,
and sorry to be a pain, the Call log froze again this morning and I had to do a batterry pull again.
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7 days for a battery pull, that is a good schedule. I do it more often.
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7 days for a battery pull, that is a good schedule. I do it more often.
Hi, I had a phone call this morning and I did not get to my phone on time so it showed that I had missed a call, so I went to open my call log and it would not open
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