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My device has become incredibly slow. I select the email or SMS icon and the device seems to sit and think forever. Now I'm getting the following error message: "Uncaught exception: Application net_rim_bb_messaging_app (175) is not responding; proces terminated." Can anyone help?

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battery pull.
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Got to ask the question: but why?
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Because it is standard procedure for any mobile devices.

Because most types of RAM like memory in mobiles requires power to remember the state that it was in before the battery was pulled, removing the battery effectively flushes the memory and can clear out any bad processes or queued up actions.

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Correct.
Pulling the battery fixes 99% of problems with a BB.
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Quote:
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Correct.
Pulling the battery fixes 99% of problems with a BB.
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It should also be the first thing you do when encountering problems.
It may take more than one pull to fix a problem depending on the problem
but usually does fix it.
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