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Old 04-14-2010, 03:31 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Jolly_Rogers View Post
I've already went through 12 (now 13) blackberry's because of the defect within the device.
If something blows in your face more than 10 times in a row it's a hint that the platform doesn't perform as expected for you and you need to seek alternatives. FYI the forum has some thousands of users that have been more fortunate with blackberry handsets. Clearly and sadly that's not the case with you. Talk to your carrier, get a replacement from a different manufacturer.

Good luck.
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Old 04-19-2010, 05:20 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Ever tried to stick a five year old behind the wheel of a semi? (I hope not) It takes some skills to learn how to make if function properly. Otherwise, it would seem like a pile of junk death trap.

Same kinda goes with your phone. If you don't have what you need to run a smart phone, just get yourself a nice pretty phone that will play your music. Or study hard.

I personally ran to get a Storm when they came out and oh boy, was I in for some fun. It was not only going through the many issues that arrived along its growth path but, it was my first BB period. But, I stuck it out and in the end, that phone is still sitting on my desk as I type this. Its not on, I'm now on a Storm 2 but, its fully functional. But, I went through many LEARNING issues along the way.

Just be thankful for an awesome community that seams to come from owning a BB where people are willing to spend hours helping a complete stranger learn how to fix what is mostly likely something they buggered up themselves.
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