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Hello,

Was wondering something
I just turn off my data plan with Rogers , Now my BB is just a typical cell phone but my questions was is there any way to turn off the (grps) signal or does it always stay on??
It's just because my bb keeps saying data connection refused which I know is because I turn the Data Plan off but GSM part works.
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Quick answer for a quick question.
Since you turned off the data server, you will always see the data connection refused. There is no way to tell the BB not to try to get to GPRS.
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How can one quickly turn off the BB 7100t without going through the menus? I cant figure it out
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