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Old 08-23-2006, 06:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do i reboot the blackberry? I can turn it off and on but i want to reboot it. just like if you had to install something and reboot your blackberry
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Remove the battery for 30 seconds and then put it back in. That's the only reboot for a 71xx device.
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before i do that. will i lose everything like contacts and stuff after rebooting or will it just restart the berry
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It will just restart. No data will be lost.

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It will only reboot the device - you won't lose any data.
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A great way I use to reboot my 7130e (Verizon) is to enter ##000000 (that's 6 zeros) and then hit send. You'll get to a settings screen. If you click the wheel and select save, it will reboot the device.
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Are there any other "codes" besides the ##000000?

It works on mine, but it looks like there is not much to be changed. I know, I know, I'll use the nifty search feature after this post.

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yea pull the batter out while the system is on.. then put it back after 30 sec. You should be good to go after that.
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It is also said to hold down the power button and then pull out the battery. A sprint tech had me do that one time to fixed a problem.
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A great way I use to reboot my 7130e (Verizon) is to enter ##000000 (that's 6 zeros) and then hit send. You'll get to a settings screen. If you click the wheel and select save, it will reboot the device.
7130e on sprint; when I enter ##000000, then hit send I rec an "invalid password" dialog?
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##000000 doesn't work on my 7130c. Does anyone know of a code that will work?
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I to have the 7130e on sprint and the password didnt work for mine either
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