- CrackBerry Genius
07-01-09, 01:32 PM #2
- 4,140 Posts
kinda. the iden network can only handle 1 commutation at a time.
- CrackBerry Abuser
07-01-09, 02:42 PM #4My BlackBerry 8350I name is HAL.
- 104 Posts
- Ask for PIN if you want to contact me.
- CrackBerry Addict
07-02-09, 09:41 AM #5
- 619 Posts
This is not new news though...with any older Nextel model phone, if someone was on a call or browsing the web to buy a game or ringtone, the DC would never go through. Iv'e been yelled at quite a bit for this in past years, lol
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- CrackBerry Addict
01-27-10, 05:27 PM #10
- 567 Posts
bb 101 had class about that you should close all apps you werent using . hold alt and press back button to show you whats running and close them so you dont have that problemSuper Mario Bros theme for 8350i
- 04-20-10, 08:56 PM #12
with all my messengers turned off and everything else I can think of off the 'in/out' arrows in the top right are still dancing away and it is still busy in data. Why doesn't the phone take priority over data anyway? or why isn't that an option? it's been this way for weeks and Sprint/Nextel support is too dumb to figure it out. Any suggestions from the only people I trust have decent advice?
- 04-20-10, 08:59 PM #13
With the phone on do a battery pull.
- 04-21-10, 08:41 AM #14
did a battery pull, and do them often. last night I pulled it and let it set for 20 mins. put the phone back together and tried to DC myself with my wifes phone. Busy. thanks beach for the suggestion!
Sprint/Nextel's testing on their over the phone 'fixes' are hillarious. The guy wanted me to DC myself, because if it said busy he had fixed the problem....wait...what? then he said that the problem may be that everyone that couldn't reach me had the wrong number programed in and that I should type it in manually instead calling from the contact list.
- 04-21-10, 09:18 AM #15
After a battery pull you still get the arrows going? You might want to think about doing a wipe and reload using either jlcmder or BBSAK.
- 04-21-10, 10:52 AM #17
Master Radio Reset followed by beach's suggestion of pulling the battery while the phone is on is what I'd try next. How's the coverage, is the phone struggling to maintain contact with the tower? If these didnt work beach what about a reset to factory before a wipe and reload?
- 04-21-10, 11:55 AM #19
See my sig for jlcmder. BBSAK is another way of wiping and reloading the OS.
reset to factory may help but it is either a bad os load or a bad antenna.
- 04-22-10, 08:42 AM #20
I went to a Sprint store and had a girly push buttons for me then i went home, backed everything up and did a wipe. working for the time being.
Best part is the girl helping me was easy on the eyes so I gave her card to my buddy so he could break his phone and get service and a date.
thanks for the help guys
- 04-22-10, 09:23 AM #21
Gooch - which store did you go to????????
- 04-22-10, 11:58 AM #22
I'm in Michigan, it's a Sprint store in a town of Kalamazoo. If that's your hood I'll get more specific, or if you happy to be that girl or her husband i will not state that I am full of lies and I was not oogling her cans.
on a more serious note service is back to being busy in data.
- 04-22-10, 12:16 PM #23
Kzoo is just a little farther than I want to go for a hottie. I am sure we have plenty around Detroit.
What apps do you have loaded on your BB?
- 04-23-10, 07:28 AM #24
facebook, aim, google talk, google maps, weatherbug, thn hockey news (go wings!) shazam, crackberry, movies, tfln, mlia.
I noticed that the percentage that the phone allows in calls increases if I make sure to close out google maps and not share location upon exit (duh) but as for everything else i always close THN, don't run most of the IM's in the background and turned off pushed updates from THN.