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Old 10-02-2008, 12:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Greetings, i just upgraded my Bberry to 4.5 with the last tutorial. I have a pearl 8120 but since the it reset without anything, since sunday it has reseted almost 10 times alone, i don't do anything and it resets. Is it Normal? How can i roll back my firmware? Thanks For the attention and greetings to everyone.
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18999742 bytes
This number is not that bad.
What 3rd party apps do you have installed?
Do you have a memory card on this device?

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Yeap a 1gb memory card, reading i found this post about the file structure, so formated it, cause i upgrade from 4.3 to 4.5. but i'm waiting if it still reboots to downgrade to it's original. I just have docs to go. It reboots automatically man, I don't do anything and it reboots.
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Yeap a 1gb memory card, reading i found this post about the file structure, so formated it, cause i upgrade from 4.3 to 4.5. but i'm waiting if it still reboots to downgrade to it's original. I just have docs to go. It reboots automatically man, I don't do anything and it reboots.
Ok, that's why I brought up the media card. It can cause heartburn also.

So, is it still rebooting? I cannot tell from your last post.

Any third party apps?

If so, and you have the time, I would wipe the device again and reload 4.5 again just to make sure and see if it settles down. Recheck your versions etc. and make sure the vendor.xml file is deleted...

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Old 10-03-2008, 12:55 AM   #8 (permalink)
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um i was wondering whats the best free space anyone can get? and is it possible at all to host my third party apps on my media card? and any one know of somthing i am not sure where supposed to talk about on here but um, moding? and if so how so? thanks for everything! leroy
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um i was wondering whats the best free space anyone can get? and is it possible at all to host my third party apps on my media card? and any one know of somthing i am not sure where supposed to talk about on here but um, moding? and if so how so? thanks for everything! leroy

Don't know with 4.5 but I know that previously if you got to bare bones you could get it to 30mb+. You cannot run applications anywhere but on device memory.

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Greetings, i just upgraded my Bberry to 4.5 with the last tutorial. I have a pearl 8120 but since the it reset without anything, since sunday it has reseted almost 10 times alone, i don't do anything and it resets. Is it Normal? How can i roll back my firmware? Thanks For the attention and greetings to everyone.
I assume you are using 4.5.0.81 right? Check the sticky in this forum regarding this OS for the 8120 and you will see that many others are suffering the random reboot problems with this OS. The only solution is to downgrade to an older version of 4.5 (4.5.0.69 or 4.5.0.55). I had the exact same problem and it has nothing to do with the memory card nor the free memory.
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