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Old 08-27-2009, 09:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Updated OS and now have problems with calendar

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I updated my wife's phone OS yesterday- it is a World Edition, not the Curve in my profile.

After updating it we found a few problems.

1. All upcoming appointments do not show up on the home screen (BB Dimension Today profile). When I ran into this problem I switched to a different theme and back to solve it. This did not work on hers.

2. On weekly view only one all-day event per day is visible now. Where the phone used to draw two bars on the screen if there were two all day events, it now only draws one.

Does anyone know how to fix these?

If not, what steps do I need to go through to revert back to the old operating system? Is the old OS version number saved with the data that was backed up before the upgrade?

Thanks much,

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Try hooking up her BB to the DM, go to advanced and clear the calendar via the DM. Then re-sync the BB and see if this clears up the problem.
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