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    Hi guys & girls,
    My phone died on me just now its a Blackberry i desperately needs to fix it. Does anybody know an "escort-friendly" person or a shop? I have some interesting messages in there and numbers saved in a very particular way.. kinda embarrassing to just pop in a shop.
    Many thanks in advance xxx

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    Good Luck

    That happened to me and I never got it sorted
    Phone died and even a new battery didn't bring it back to life
    I never solved it

    In the mean time get a new phone and see if you can get your number kept if it is your work one so you don't miss calls x
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    Hi Marsha. Perhaps you know all about this, but sometimes resetting a phone can bring it back to life. If you haven't tried it, you might want to try the link below.

    Good luck.

    http://support.blackberry.com/kb/art...mber=000002141

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsha View Post
    Hi guys & girls,
    My phone died on me just now its a Blackberry i desperately needs to fix it. Does anybody know an "escort-friendly" person or a shop? I have some interesting messages in there and numbers saved in a very particular way.. kinda embarrassing to just pop in a shop.
    Many thanks in advance xxx
    chinese repair shops dont care who or what you have, try them.
    you may have all your stuff saved to your sim and/or memory card, so just buy another one and pop them in that (must be same network if phone was locked to one)

    you can even buy your own sim copy device from most stores

    good luck...love to read some of theose messages!

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    Pm'ed you, omg i thought this was in private section.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MidlifeCrisis View Post
    Hi Marsha. Perhaps you know all about this, but sometimes resetting a phone can bring it back to life. If you haven't tried it, you might want to try the link below.

    Good luck.

    http://support.blackberry.com/kb/art...mber=000002141
    I tried it nothing is happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by SophieX View Post
    Pm'ed you, omg i thought this was in private section.

    Thanks luv, i didnt post in privet section more eyes maybe more help. xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by marsha View Post
    Hi guys & girls,
    My phone died on me just now its a Blackberry i desperately needs to fix it. Does anybody know an "escort-friendly" person or a shop? I have some interesting messages in there and numbers saved in a very particular way.. kinda embarrassing to just pop in a shop.
    Many thanks in advance xxx
    have you tried a different charger? or plugging it into your laptop?

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    Thank you guys all the replies and advices. The phone is back to life!! It was completely off for like 2 hours didn't do anything, no reaction charging, no reaction to anything on earth. And now it's back just like that. Bloody thing is messing with me having a time off!!
    I gonna save all data and gonna get a new phone. xxx

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    Take it as a lesson and always always always back up shit you don't want to lose. If you don't want to back up work shit to the cloud get an android phone with an sd card slot and the free app "super backup"

    It can run automatically once a day and back up your contacts and messages to the sd card so you never need worry about a dead phone (apart from dropping it down the bog)
    Last edited by FatBastard; 29-09-16 at 15:29.

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