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Old 07-27-2009, 03:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im wondering why all my older text messages keep being deleted off my phone. ive noticed it doing so since i started using BB IM. is there a setting i can change or no? do i need more memory on my phone? i have the stock mem card that came with it. i want to go to a 4gb. what can i do? it doesnt delet the emails, just ALL my text messages.
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mine did that once as well, it also deleted all my bbm convo's it was weird
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paroxysym - how much free memory is on the device (not the media card). I believe you are running out of memory. When that happens, messages get deleted.

options / status will tell you how much free memory is left on the device.
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do i need more memory on my phone? i have the stock mem card that came with it. i want to go to a 4gb.
The media card and your device memory are 2 separate things. Adding a media card does not increase device memory. Make sure you're storing photos/music/ringtones/videos/etc on the media card. Also make sure that you camera is set to store photos on the media car by default. If you have any media files in device memory then move them to the media card.
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Also what OS are you running?

Might be worth upgrading to the latest upgrade.
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