Curve is turning itself off...
curve was new in july/august. In the beginning of October it turned itself off, and then this past Sunday it turned itself off, and last night in the middle of the night- turned itself off (which was a problem bc I had alarms set for this morning...errrrrr) It also might have done it one more time between October and now, I can't quite remember...Each time it turns itself off I can't turn it back on via the power button, it requires a battery pull. . (I also do a battery pull every few days as maint.)
I'm still running OS 4.2 because I'm not good at doing those types of things so waiting for ATT release. My memory is fine
(23,170,760) . Each time my battery has been between 50% and full charge Any suggestions? Is this a normal bb bug? Should I send it back before it goes buck wild on me?!?!? Thanks!!!!!!!
- 11-12-2008, 09:09 AM #2
Sounds like a memory issue, when did you start noticing the problem, was it after you installed an application? Are you using the Facebook app on your BB?The greatest trick the devil ever pulled, was convincing the world he did not exist...
- 11-12-2008, 09:15 AM #4
It could be that an application is running in the backround and updating constantly, do you properly close out of an app by hitting menu>close?The greatest trick the devil ever pulled, was convincing the world he did not exist...
- 11-12-2008, 09:16 AM #5
Do you exit out of programs or just hit the end key when you are done with them? If you do not exit out they will continue running in the background and eat your memory.
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- 11-12-2008, 09:20 AM #8
I had the exact same problem! what you want to do is take your battery out and lay it flat on any flat surface and see if it rocks. meaning to say if its not flat and the ion cells have expanded and you need to buy a new battery. I tried everything possible like update the os it self, but what fixed it for me was the battery. hope i helped.
As far as applications go, BBSmart Alarms pro doesn't have the option to CLOSE. You just minimize it.. so yes, it's always running. But it's not eating up my memory because I'm running at the same amount as I was before (besides the actual size of the app.)