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Old 11-28-2008, 12:30 AM   #341 (permalink)
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Ok, I've got a bit of a problem. My Bold was acting up a lot (every few weeks, the phone would freeze and heat up/crash and I'd have to BackUp, WipeOut and the Restore.

2 weeks ago, I decided that I should try just restoring just my phone book and messages/emails. Only now, a new problem has presented itself... I can receive emails but I can't reply emails. What pops up is "No message services configured. You will only be able to Save Draft"

What do I do?

The guys in Celcom Blue Cube in Pavilion didn't know what to do...
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Old 11-28-2008, 02:07 AM   #342 (permalink)
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jaui,

sorry to hear that you're facing probs with your bold. Have you tried re-sending service books after each restore? Try doing that via your BIS site. Once completed, do a batt pull. give it a couple of mins and put it back. Hope that'll work.
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Old 11-28-2008, 02:25 AM   #343 (permalink)
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how do i go about resending the service books? I already tried doing the re-register under the hosting bit... but not sure what i should be looking out for in the service books...
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Old 11-28-2008, 03:20 AM   #344 (permalink)
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gfunk11,

Thanks for the heads-up. Been waiting a while for that to happen - that guy Baha is the supplier I believe, and he had mentioned that it was in the process at the time.

Will definitely have to make a trip over real soon!

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jaui,

are you on BIS or BES? If you're on BIS, here are the sites you can log-into:

1. Celcom: BlackBerry Internet Service
2. Maxis: BlackBerry Internet Service

Once you log-in, go to the left side menu where it says Service Books. Click that and you'll see a Send Service Book button. Click that and it'll send over the service books. Kind of like a refresh.

For BES, just contact your Admin, they'll know what to do. Hope this helps.

pongee,

yeah, i think it is Baha. Soleen Strategies. They've extensive accessories for you to choose from. I'm heading over again today to get the leather horizontal case. Hehehe... itching all the way... hahaha...
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Thanks gfunk11!

I already fixed it yesterday doing exactly what you said to do. just had a small problem of not remembering my username! had to sit on the phone with celcom for a little while, but eventually it worked! plus i'm liking the new celcom premium service line... the staff on the phone there are so much better...

Hopefully, my phone doesn't crash anymore! *fingers crossed*
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btw, what does the titanium battery cover look like? that could be interesting... well, how much is it too?
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Thanks to gfunk's tip off went to Blue Cube Pavilion today and got meself a swivel belt holster and screen protector. I must say that that bold swile holster is superior to the 8800 I bought earlier - it doesn't dig into my ever expanding stomach

Very confortable and mucho pleased. Nothing like a bit of retail therapy!

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btw, what does the titanium battery cover look like? that could be interesting... well, how much is it too?
I've attached some pics. Sorry, took it with my Curve. Not so great. My digicam's with my sis. Anyways, it looks better in person... hehehe....

BlackBerry Bold Battery Cover-Titanium
Part #: ASY-17443-004
Price: RM119

Other's available are Blue, Red and Black of course!
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Old 12-01-2008, 08:25 PM   #350 (permalink)
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haha... thanks for posting up the photos... although it kinda looks the same as the cover that comes with the phone... so methinks i'll have to check it out in the store...

actually, i'll save up some money first THEN i'll head to the store...

and on another note... no more problems with my bold... thank god cos i was about to send it in for servicing and that means i would have been without it for at least a week... :s
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Some notes about my trip to blue cube:

- The lighting is a bit odd and does not show colours up very well. They will appear subdued in the shop. I saw the Ti colour case and it looks pretty cool. Also, my brown holster is lighter in shade than when I viewed it in store. Luckily I didn't go for the blue one!

- The staff are really polite and bend over backwards for you once you get their attention. Else you can simply browse to you hearts content without any 'hassle'. However, their POS System was non-functional on the day...

- I found it actually rather difficult at first to locate the Bold accessories - maybe its because I'm blind as a bat, but perhaps for us optically challenged individuals they should have some brighter/distinctive signage to attract your attention.

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Does anyone have a way to clean the track ball on the BOLD?
I have that sometime the ball sticks and slow in response..


Any idea??
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Old 12-02-2008, 10:56 AM   #353 (permalink)
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Hi guys!!! i'm back Berry-ing! after experimenting with a few other OS, i must admit that BB is still the best device for work n play..

How are you guys doing la? Tell me what's the latest ok..
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How are you guys doing la? Tell me what's the latest ok..
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Hi. I need some help guys.

I am a Malaysian studying in India. Interested to get a Blackberry Bold. I always wanted to get a BB, and now the Bold is going to be my first BB. Vodafone is selling it here in India for a price of Rs34,000 (RM3000). I will be back in Malaysia next week for my one month vacation. I plan to get it from Maxis, just the device which according to the website, it is going for RM2199. My concern is, 1. will I be able to use it in India? (unlocked phone?) 2. It says I need to sign up RM20 as the minimum data plan. does this mean I have to keep paying it even if I do not use my mobile in Malaysia? or I just have to pay it once to fulfill their requirements? will the device work with a prepaid simcard (hotlink) ?
your help will be much appreciated. Thank you!

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Can I anyone please help me out? I need a reply to my previous post A.S.A.P. Thank you guys
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Cattlebull -

Why don't you head to Pavilion's Blue Cube and ask your questions there... I know that they're under Celcom and you were planning to go Maxis, but they might be able to help you out.

I think you have to buy the phone outright (and not under a plan) if you don't plan to use it in Malaysia and sign up in India. I'm not very clear on whether the phone is locked to the network you bought it from, so i think you'll just have to go to the centre and find out. The guys at the Blue Cube in Pavilion are pretty good at answering questions (i have felt so far)... and best bet would be to ask them

anyway, the phone is way cheaper here than it is in India, so just buy it and then find someone to crack it if necessary...
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I have a question to all the helpful people on this particular thread!

What is the best OS to have right now and where is the best place to download it? I'm running on .162 at the moment and have so far encountered very few problems. Is it a good idea to upgrade?

Thanks!
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Mine is also running on .162 and it was automatically upgrade since i'm using the latest Deskstop Manager V4.7.

So far I just encountered that my device is very slow during to restart after pull out the battery, and I have tried many times to download the latest OS but there is no luck. ;-(

Happy Bolding!
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