Switched SIM Card & lost all my messages & Pictures
Hey all. I am on the Rogers Network in Canada (GSM) with my BB Bold, and I went on vacation to the Bahamas and bought and used a SIM card down there. However when I switched back to my Rogers SIM, I had lost all my BBM Contacts, all my texts & Emails, & pictures. But when I put the Bahama's SIM card back in, all my data was there again. How do I get all my data to show up in my phone with my original Rogers SIM card? Can anyone help?
- CrackBerry Genius
05-19-2009, 05:55 PM #3
- 1,533 Posts
put the bahamas SIM card in and copy your pictures to your PC and do a backup
then just install the rogers SIM and do a restore and copy your pics and whatever else back to the deviceStupidity is a circumstance that can't be helped. ignorance is a choice
- 05-19-2009, 06:06 PM #4
O just put the sim back in and do a backup then put the rogers sim back in and recover what you want only from the backup.
Or do backup your pictures first.
As far as i know nothing is stored on the sim, but there is those people who still do store somethings onto a sim card... DON'T if anyone is ... as you can end up losing them for good if the sim goes dead.New Phone: Iphone 4s, Old Phones: Blackberry Z10, Samsung Galaxy S3 (Sold), Iphone 4 (Used By Family)
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Ok, so the first time I tried to switch my SIM card was when I was still in The Bahama's about to take off. It looked like all my data had been cleared from the phones memory. However I am in North Carolina airport right now and I tried here, the problem seems to have resolved itself. So no need for comment. Im fine now. Thanks!
wow! YOU guys replied so fast! Thank you so much. This was my first post I thought id have to wait for a day or so to get a reply. I guess I should have tried again first before posting but thanks for your prompt responses! Ill keep those suggestions in mind for future reference if I need it.
- 04-03-2013, 11:09 AM #10
Restore them from a recent backup maybe? Possibly sync with a desktop PIM maybe?Posted by my device of choice. Might be a BlackBerry, might not be. It is of no concern to you.