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Old 06-22-2008, 12:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Using BB 8310 Curve for last 1 month. Off late I am facing an issue of incoming call. when ever someone is calling me no number is getting displayed in the screen!!! only ringtone and no number in the screen!!! once u receive it then only it shows the number and also when u rejecting it!!! disconnecting the battery and reseting the bb making it normal but after some time again the issue is arising. Can anybody help me out!!! :(
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Try doing a wipe handheld and resyncing everything with your device.
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Whoa, I don't think you need to wipe anything yet (and being a new member, li2327, it would be kind to give some hint of how to do what you are recommending). Wiping a handheld is a drastic measure for someone.

But for now, first, look at Options > Security > General Settings > Content Protection = Enabled (if it is) and Include Address Book = NO.

Likewise, it could be low memory on your device. Look at Options > Status. What is the number stated at File Free
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It's also a good idea to perform a battery pull on your device a couple times per week. Think of your Blackberry as a computer. If you don't reset your computer every so often it will do weird things as well.

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