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Old 08-20-2008, 08:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am new to BB, a week today. The transition from Centro has gone OK. However, my web seems to be quite a bit slower now than when new. Clearing history/cache seems to have helped but I'm wondering if there is a more permanent solution?
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Indeed. I had a call from one of my users and they said that when on their browser the screen went black immediately (screen time-out settings didn't help). I asked if they had done a battery reset...they hadn't. It fixed the problem.
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I appreciate your input, thanks for the quick replies. I've done a few resets over the past week. How often do I need to reset the Curve in order to maintain efficiency?
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With the device powered ON, remove the battery, hold a few secs and replace to reboot.

Maybe 2x week, 1x for sure.
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