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Old 09-08-2008, 10:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all

I recently bought my first blackberry [Curve 8310], and am using an stock trading application on it. I have a problem where I get a small icon on the antenna with an 'x' on it all the time, and I have to close the application and re-load it. I do not have interrupted internet service during that time.

I've contacted the software maker and they tell me that it is a phone problem. I've contacted tech support for the phone and they are telling me it is a software problem. They also suggested it might be getting interference from another wireless network. I've had this issue happen to me in multiple locations.

Can anyone offer help or advice?

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Which stock trading program are you using?
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I'm using thinkmicro from think or swim. I should mention there are times when I get 10-20 minutes of connectivity without getting disconnected, but lately, I'm getting cut off every 2-3 min.

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