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Old 05-01-2011, 12:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi everyone,

I was just wondering... When my blackberry runs out of battery or dies or something like that. Will all the callers list info and message logs be deleted?

I think i have the 8700 or 8800, its an older modle...

Any help or info would be greatly appreciated
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But do not let the battery run down. Lithium batteries do not like to be run below 20% as it can cause damage.
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Nope. Once of the common practices with Blackberrys is to do a 'battery-pull'...basically a hard reset/reboot by removing the battery for a minute and replacing it. All data and programs remain intact. I do a battery pull every week or so, just to keep the memory flushed.
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