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Old 09-28-2009, 01:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I'm still pretty new to the syncing, and in the couple months that I've been doing it no probs. Until last night.

I backed up my phone, which I normally do once a month or so, and now duplicate calendar entries for each calendar entry (which is a lot)! they're listed under two email addresses, and I went into the options/advanced/default services and changed it back to what I want.

I'm clear on how to delete everything out of the calendar, but not how to re-sync it back.

I'm using Google Sync... any assistance would help immensely.

Can somebody explain it in a little simpler terms, on where to go on my phone to do this? BTW I'm using a Pearl 8100 (hopefully for not much longer, just waiting for the Onyx to drop):

This is the step I'm not sure on:

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Lecter, sounds like you may have only done part a.

You've cleared the calendar data base on the blackberry handset, right? At this point your calendar is empty.

You now want to re-sync with your PIM application, but select options/commands that direct the sync to go one-way from the PIM application to the blackberry.

If you did something else and deleted all calendar entries in both places, I hope you have a backup file. If so, do a selective restore of the calendar and start over.


Old 09-28-2009, 01:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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if you are using google sync, then just open the application, press menu - sync and get it to sync its information again.
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