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    Disconnecting Curve from PC

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    For my iPod, whenever I disconnect it from my PC I have to hit the eject button in iTunes. Is there something similar to this for blackberrys? If I just disconnect it from my PC will it eventually mess up the phone? I've noticed there's no real "eject" button in the desktop manager software, so do I just use Window's "Safely Remove Hardware" feature? Thanks.

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    Re: Disconnecting Curve from PC

    The 'Remove Devices Safely' is what I use just to be save but some computers are set up where if the device is not in use, you can just disconnect them. My memory card reader is set up like that. Just be safe and remove using windows before you corrupt some info.

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    Re: Disconnecting Curve from PC

    i've always just pulled the wire out when i'm done. never had a problem. as long as the device doesn't say "connected to desktop" then it's not connected so you can just remove it.

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    Re: Disconnecting Curve from PC

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~Psi has a point withe the 'connected to desktop' but if you use the automatic mass storage option that message isn't on when connected so make sure it's not in use psi. Better to be safe than sorry.

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    Re: Disconnecting Curve from PC

    I always just disconnect it and I've had no problems. I don't know if that's best practice though.

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