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    auto reset app

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    Good evening fellow stackers, is their a program that I can use on my bold that would reset it on a specfic time each day.

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    Im using Quick Pull, this is just what youre looking for- http://www.mobihand.com/product.asp?...89&n=QuickPull

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    Quote Originally Posted by chokem View Post
    Im using Quick Pull, this is just what youre looking for- http://www.mobihand.com/product.asp?...89&n=QuickPull
    lighten up...life's too short

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    Good job, Choke

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    thanks guys-I been watching you two

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    Am I missing something... because I've been doing a reset on my 8320 & 8900 by pressing "alt + right shift + del" whenever it is needed. As far as I know it's the same as a battery pull aka hard reset. Someone correct me if I'm wrong... it seems to do the job every time I have needed it.

    I know you are looking for an automated reset but I've never felt a reset is needed everyday or on a regular basis.

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    Quick pull won't go off if the phones is off locked in stand by or bedside mode...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksrussian View Post
    Quick pull won't go off if the phones is off locked in stand by or bedside mode...
    i tested it in bedside and it did work
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    Quote Originally Posted by catstide View Post
    i tested it in bedside and it did work
    So boom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechGuy View Post
    Am I missing something... because I've been doing a reset on my 8320 & 8900 by pressing "alt + right shift + del" whenever it is needed. As far as I know it's the same as a battery pull aka hard reset. Someone correct me if I'm wrong... it seems to do the job every time I have needed it.

    I know you are looking for an automated reset but I've never felt a reset is needed everyday or on a regular basis.
    Thanks, but I just had some free memory to use up so I thought this would be perfect-lol.

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    Oh cool I thought mine didn't work on bedside maybe. In 2 hours with my old .75 the storm dropped to 20 mb lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by chokem View Post
    Thanks, but I just had some free memory to use up so I thought this would be perfect-lol.
    There's no such thing as free memory... you'll pay for it eventually

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    Lmao mine came with the price of phone...

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheTechGuy View Post
    There's no such thing as free memory... you'll pay for it eventually
    I know-I was being sarcastic, but thanks anyway.

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    Hold up.
    A battery pull is a SOFT reset and that is what this program does.
    alt-shft-del is a hard reset and will not do what a battery pull will do. This is the write up and the program:

    "From the makers of AutoStandby and BerryAnnoying comes QuickPull, a FREE tool that frees memory quickly by simulating a "battery pull" soft reset. QuickPull is extremely easy and convenient to use. Compatible with almost all BlackBerry devices, including the Storm!"


    Nice find by the way!
    Last edited by SoarinEagles; 02-01-2009 at 02:55 PM.

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