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Old 11-17-2009, 07:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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One. My sms and mms folder disappeared from my folder. I tried resetting icon arrangements and it's still not there. Battery pulled. It's not there. Even if i try to set the convenience key, it's not in the list. lol.

Guess I have to reload OS... :(

A friend was telling me how it happened to him as well and he bought a new phone.

But he said that his pin is 66ffffff. It's a storm. He was saying something about he got it before it released or something like that. Whats up with that. What does the 66ffffff mean?
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Did you try to 'Unhide" the folders?
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Messages > Menu > Options > General Settings > Email and SMS Inbox = set as you desire.

If you had it set as theme controlled and changed themes, it might be combined.

As for your 66ffff PIN, yes that is a preproduction device and won't be a good PIN for BIS.
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Messages > Menu > Options > General Settings > Email and SMS Inbox = set as you desire.

If you had it set as theme controlled and changed themes, it might be combined.

As for your 66ffff PIN, yes that is a preproduction device and won't be a good PIN for BIS.
Thanks! You just saved me a whole OS reload :D

Can you still load OS's on those production devices?
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You shouldn't have a problem loading an OS to those.
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Some preproduction devices won't allow OS upgrades beyond a certain point. There is a bit somewhere in the branding the disables that ability.
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