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    This question might be stupid but hey.Are service books saved on the simcards or on the phones themselves.
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    Are service books saved on the simcard or on the phone themselves.
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    Re: Service book ?

    ~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~I believe its the phone itsself. I've never heard of service books being stored on a simcard. In fact im sure of it.

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    Re: Service book ?

    It is the device the BlackBerry Data Package enable the carrier to push services books to the handheld.

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    Re: Service book ?

    thank for the answers guys.
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    Re: Service book ?

    The service books are pushed from either the BES or BIS, and are saved on the phones internal memory. If you ever have to wipe your handheld, as soon as your handheld is registered on the network, it will push all your books down.

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    Re: Service book ?

    My 8100 keeeps on displaying "bad format" or "no service book" when i try to send e-mails. Our IT person via "BES" then resends "service books" via our server, but this is usually only a short term fix. I don't understand why my 8100 keeps on asking for service books. Is there a way to ensure that service books stay loaded in the 8100??
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    Last edited by TRLLJ; 03-02-2008 at 08:51 AM. Reason: dead thread

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