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    Problem??????

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    I woke up this morning and my 8320 was completely turned off... no signs of any life....

    I attempted whatever I could....
    I had left it on overnight charging like I always do (granted I got the curve 2 days ago over my Pearl)...
    So when I did a batter pull it turned on fine... Was it a wireless reboot from Tmobile? Has this happened to anyone else... ? Should I return my curve for another one? Because I don't want this happening again and it never happened to my Pearl...
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    Problem...?????

    I woke up this morning and my 8320 was completely turned off... no signs of any life....

    I attempted whatever I could....
    I had left it on overnight charging like I always do (granted I got the curve 2 days ago over my Pearl)...
    So when I did a batter pull it turned on fine... Was it a wireless reboot from Tmobile? Has this happened to anyone else... ? Should I return my curve for another one? Because I don't want this happening again and it never happened to my Pearl...

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    I would check the auto off/on times on the unit and see if it may have been set to turn off overnight.

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    Nah both weekday/end are disabled... and even when that is turned on, you can quickly turn it back on by pressing the power button... but nothing happened when I pressed the power button...

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    i say get rid of the ninjas hiding in your closet first. i bet they turned your phone off while you were sleeping. lol jk. im not sure since i have a pearl.
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    I'd say if it happens again then return the BB.

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    I talked to Tmo bb rep and he said to return it... ahh first problem I had with a bb sad day for me

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    return the phone now while you can still do an exchange for a new product if you wait past the trial period you will recieve a refurbished phone

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    Yeah I just did... I got a brand new one.. and the manager of the store said that "smartphones will have these kind of issues"... sigh...

    I didn't even know how to respond to that... haha

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    dang bofeity! but glad it worked out!

    *knock on wood* i have NEVER had to replace ANY of my blackberries. but yes, ANY smartphone could have internal bugs that we can't fix

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    I know that's what i said!! Glad it worked out.. I will make sure this 1 doesn't have any issues... First issue I had with a bb

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    if it does it just once i wouldnt worry bout it, if it becomes an everyday then, then i would contact tmo and have it replaced...this operating systems has a few bugs in it that causes it to reboot from time to time...mine does it too. but for the most part, it works. also its a good idea to do a battery pull every once in a while...just for the heck of it, its like rebooting a computer, needs to be done.

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