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Old 12-12-2008, 09:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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recently I updated my blackberry 8100 pearl...when i went through the updating process, the thing said deleting files and i was like wtf!...so i cancelled the update but then on my phone it gave me the 507 error...then i reinstalled the 4.5 software onto my phone to try and fix the problem, and i let the update go through the full process with out cancelling the update, soon after when my phone stayed on the white loading screen for about and hour i was like screw it so i did a hard reset and let the screen load...come to my discontent i found out that my WHOLE ****ING MEMORY CARD WAS ERASED! all my music, pictures, contacts, messages, EVERYTHING!!!! WTF!!! does anyone know why this shit happened and how i can get my stuff back!?
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First off the language is not tolerated here. Once we get that passed that point we can help you. So sit back breathe and relax. When you do an OS upgrade DM automatically performs a back-up. Hopefully you did not mess this up by stopping the upgrade. I am not sure about the Media Card; I have never had this happen before. Have you tried checking the card in your PC to make sure itís all gone?
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