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Old 08-19-2010, 11:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, i hope someone can explain me what happened...

I was walking on the street while listening music when suddenly the musci stopped, i thought then that it would then ring but i didn't hear anything so i looked in my bag and it said "incoming call" but i couldn't answer it as the phone froze, i was not able to do anything at all, nor answer, nor reject the call... and then the screen turned black and then it came back again with the same "incoming call" message but still there was nothing to do...

So i had to pull the battery out and then it was ok...

I have it set with a lock as i always do when in my bag but it also has a password that needs to be written every hour...

I was wondering if more people have had something like this and/or if someone knows what happened and how could i prevent this from happening again...

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Has it happened before?
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No, never... that's why i am asking ;)
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Wouldn't worry about it then. A battery pull generally fixes most things.

Without any more specifics, sounds to me like it was low on memory. Do you have the music stored on the SD card?
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Blackberry's tend to freeze up sometimes....it happens to all of them.
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And for no good or apparent reason.
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Thanks guys... yes, the music is on the sd card...

And well more specifics i really do not have, it has the latest OS, direct from rim and since day one not a problem at all, but then this happened...

Your answers help, thanks again
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