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    Service book - What should I see?

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    I have updated to the latest Cingular .71 OS. Had a major panic as a symbol came up on the screen with a square, circle and triangle and a line through them and 507 below it. The BB was blocked however i did manage to reload and it seems fine. When I look at the service book what should i see - there appears to be my POP email( which has CMIM beside it) , my BB client a/c and Google Talk and Yahoo talk both which are hidden on my BB somewhere. Am I doing something wrong. Thanks

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    Re: Service book - What should I see?

    You can have your service books resend to you by going to options - advanced options - host routing table - clack the trackwheel and select register now

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    Re: Service book - What should I see?

    Sounds like you have all your email account service books, but if that is all your service books you are missing a few others I think. But I am not really sure as I don't know what carrier you have and what service books they provide.

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    Re: Service book - What should I see?

    You can do what sn1p3r said and if that does not work you will have to call your service provider. They will have you remove your phone's battery and they will then re-send the service books, so call from a different phone. When you turn it back on everything should be good as new.

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