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Old 03-31-2009, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I don't know if this is the right place to ask a question, and I apologize because I'm sure this question has been asked a million times but yesterday my BB world edition deleted my calender events, emailed and texts. I do not synch with my computer, but my calender had a lot of important information in it. Is there anyway i can restore my bb back to yesterday (like you can do with a laptop) in order to retreive this info or is it lost and gone forever? And please do not tell me I need to backup because I already know this!

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Unless you are on BES or you have a backup, you are out of luck.

If your device is deleting things, you could be running low on memory. Go to Options > Status and post your file free.
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what is BES? file free is 10369929. Thanks for your help, I appreciate it!
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BES is BlackBerry Enterprise Service, which is used by companies when they have employees with BlackBerrys.

Your file free is low -- if it gets under 12 000 000, the device may delete data. One way to free up some memory is to do a battery pull. With device powered on, remove the battery for 30 seconds then replace. Post your file free again after you do that.
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Ok, i did that and it is now 13919237.. however, I did just take the battery out yesterday, does this mean i will have to do that everyday?? How do I increase my memory without taking out the battery?
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A few simple things to increase your memory -- put all pictures, videos, ringtones, etc. on a media card so they are not taking up device memory.
Don't keep apps running in the background that you don't need. Taking out the battery every few days is a good idea, too.
Uninstall any apps that you don't use much or don't need.

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