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Old 07-12-2007, 11:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had issues ever since I got the Curve with this. I am on T-Mobile and running the latest O2 OS.

It's been fine for a while now but I had an issue where when I moved icons around the home screen (such as moving applications out of applications to the home screen for easy use) that items disappear and don't come back until I reset the theme to defaults.

Well today, first the Applications folder disappeared, now the Settings folder is gone... so I can't even go in and reset the theme. I am using the AT&T theme.

I am 100% sure they are not hidden or in another folder. Is there any way to fix this short of reloading the damn OS again? What's the deal?
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I've had issues ever since I got the Curve with this. I am on T-Mobile and running the latest O2 OS.

It's been fine for a while now but I had an issue where when I moved icons around the home screen (such as moving applications out of applications to the home screen for easy use) that items disappear and don't come back until I reset the theme to defaults.

Well today, first the Applications folder disappeared, now the Settings folder is gone... so I can't even go in and reset the theme. I am using the AT&T theme.

I am 100% sure they are not hidden or in another folder. Is there any way to fix this short of reloading the damn OS again? What's the deal?
not sure whats up with that. Just check and make sure they are not hidden by mistake

hold alt key and click show all applications

hope you find a solution
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cmon now.. I just said I know they aren't hidden. I'm not a newbie
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cmon now.. I just said I know they aren't hidden. I'm not a newbie
eh just trying to help

may be try reinstalling your device os
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cmon now.. I just said I know they aren't hidden. I'm not a newbie
Sorry but when RIM pointed it's sales towards the consumer, we get users that do not even realise that they need a plan to have Blackberry services.
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eh just trying to help

may be try reinstalling your device os
Help is cool, but try reading the entire post before replying... because you just posted again with something I was trying to avoid (see first post).

Anyway, I ended up erasing it and using another theme since it may be something to do with the AT&T theme itself.

Previous poster: you know what they say about assuming things?

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