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Old 03-25-2010, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't know you guys here got this problem or not. But after using OS 5.0, I got this problem if I move from this area to another area or region to another region (of course w/o Wifi)

Software using online data such as gmail, BerryWeather, Google Maps, ... will not able to update while browser work well.

That somehow is very frustrated because if I want to use those softwares again, I will have to restart my phone
Can someone here confirm this problem or how to fix it?

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Old 03-25-2010, 11:05 PM   #2 (permalink)
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When you get to a new "region" as you call it, especially if by plane, leave the BlackBerry device powered ON, remove the battery a minute and replace it reboot. That will normally re-establish data communications.
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Thanks JSanders for your reply.
That is what I've done so far with my phone
It seems there is no way to keep the phone running with update-requirement software on the go.
I always have to reboot my phone by doing so to make those software work again
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That's not uncommon to force your device to "see" the new towers. You can always just try Manage Connections > and turn off and on your Mobile Network off and back on.
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That's not uncommon to force your device to "see" the new towers. You can always just try Manage Connections > and turn off and on your Mobile Network off and back on.
Yes, I did
But the problem keep the same.

By the way, I am from Vietnam and I posted this problem to a Vietnam forum. There are several users came and posted the same problems that I raised here.
All of them confirmed that the problem was from OS 5 because some of them are used to own a 8900 then they upgraded to 9000 or 9700.

Is this possible to find a better way?
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True, the "radio" code in the OS you are on could be different. Downgrading the OS could be a solution for you.
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Tnx so much for your help
I appreciate very much for your fast response!
I think I will have to wait for another OS
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