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Old 12-06-2008, 07:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default bold went crazy on me

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so last night i was tallking to a friend on aim...when i noticed that my bold wouldnt dim out...so i noticed it froze...i tryed shuting it off but got no response, so i took out the battery and let it load up...soon as it went back on i started seeing this naught/unaught/exception pop ups...becuz i was just eager to talk to my friend i started pressing okay for all them...then when i went back to the home screen alot of my folders had dissapeared...the browser, sms and mms, my email accout, camera..being the most frequented used....i even noticed when i went to downloads that it also deleted my facebook, aim, and yahoo msnger...and if thats not the worse whenever somone sends me a text msg i have no way to see who its from...unless i can somehow guess who the text is coming from and write them a msg...i would see it under the reply backs and everything. also i noticed that my music files / pictures on my media card are not even showing up...it just shows up as scannig when i open the media folder


has ne one else had this problem....is there a way i can reset everything back to factory settings with the desktop manager??



EDIT: never mind answered my own question....did a hard reset and everything went back to normal...

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Old 12-07-2008, 12:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Battery Pull

When I had this exact problem, I just did another battery pull and it cleared it up. Every once in awhile my Bold freezes but I find if I wait about 10 min, it unfreezes. Kind of annoying, but livable.

Edit: Missed that last line of the post. Glad you got it solved. =]
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