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Old 03-26-2009, 08:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Searching for network and waking up by itelf

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Can someone help me with my Curve 8320 with T-Mobile. I have OS 4.5.0.81.
Phone unattended goes to sleep after 30sec. normally, then approximately 10mn later, a solid red LED comes on for about 4 secs it does not blink then the Blackberry wakes up by itself without me touching it and a message shows up on the screen saying "searching for network".
What is the problem? Thank you for any help you can give me.

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Did you upgrade to 4.5.0.81? If so, do you have a media card in the device?

If you have a media card, remove it and see if you still have the same issue.
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Yes, I did update to that version (4.5..81). Did have a micro card so took it out but it still is doing the same thing.
Also took out the battery and phone restarted but still same problem.
I don't know why the Blackberry is searching for network out of the blue when it feels like it.
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