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Old 02-08-2007, 09:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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does blackberry have Hard REboot like Palm Treos?? if there is, how do I do it? what are the pros and cons for this?
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What are you trying to do? Reset the device? Wipe it out and go back to an initial setup?
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yes. Trying to set it up as it's initial set up just like when you first get your blackberry and first time you turn it on.
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The *safest* thing to do is to get a copy of "JL_CMDER" and wipe out the BB.

You will need to manually load the Handheld operating system back on to it - there is no button to reset a BlackBerry.
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Thanks!
i have another question... one of my friends told me to charge the battery for at least 24 hr before I actually use it to maximize the battery life. Does that really matter?
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There are many, many opinions about maximizing battery life. I, unfortunately, do not have one...
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i have another question... one of my friends told me to charge the battery for at least 24 hr before I actually use it to maximize the battery life. Does that really matter?
My opinion is (and just an opinion only)... charge it to 100% charge. How much more than 100% can you go? Allow the first few times to drain 20-30% of charge, and then each time charge fully to 100%.

After that under normal usage, top off the charge whenever you get a chance.
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I concur with Sanders. I have ramped up many blackberries, and gaining a full 24hr charge, then allowing for complete depletion provides the best battery function. After this initial step, top off when possible.
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