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Old 09-16-2009, 06:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My BB just reboots itself out of nowhere : During the day anytime anywhere it will just reboot itself without me doing anything to it;
a few days ago all the data also got wiped out, luckily i keep doing my backup everyweek so it was ok but that just happened once, but normal rebooting happens every once/twice a day
what is the solution to it ?
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It seems a low memory issue. Check the present amount of memory available (options / status).

Also, change your email settings to keep email for 15 days rather than forever.
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Do you have a memory card for storing pics, ringtones, etc.? That's one way to free up precious internal memory.

BBFAQ: Free Up Internal Memory
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