I have a BlackBerry Bold 9700. I’ve had this for almost 2 years, with no trouble out of it. Until recently, that is.
I have pictures on my phone, along with music. The music I’m not concerned about, since I downloaded it from my computer. The pictures however, weren’t. When I got a message over the weekend that a “fatal error” had occurred with the extra memory in my phone, I panicked. I checked, all my pictures were gone. I was upset about losing all of them, but especially one of a little boy I babysat over the Memorial Day weekend this year & my dog.
When John first met Loki, he was scared to death of her. He’d been bit by a medium size dog & was terrified of all dogs, at that point. Loki wasn’t much better, because she’s never been around small children. (John was 5 when they met.) But when I kept him over the holiday so his mom & dad could have some adult time, I got the best picture.
John is fussing at Loki, because she wouldn’t do what he wanted her to. She was too excited about being sprayed with the water. Neither one of them is afraid of the other now and this picture shows it. I was really unhappy about this one being gone.
I was messing with my phone this morning, checking on a picture I had taken a day or so ago, when I noticed the larger number of pictures. I checked, all of them were back. The music is back. Everything is just like it was before it had its error issue. Wasting no time, I ran in here, connected the phone to the computer & downloaded everything on my phone to my computer. Then I saved the pictures separately, so I knew where I had put them.
I don’t know what was going on with the memory, nor do I care. I think if I take a picture I really want to keep, I will send it to my computer to be saved with the others. No more ignoring it.
It’s a shame I’ve learned this at this late date. In 3 months, I’ll be getting a new phone. Not of the “fruit” variety, but a Droid. I’ve been convinced since I found what I like with a slide-out keyboard. And my husband’s best friend is taking all the credit. Figures. He’s a man.
Keep the faith. Miracles do happen. You just have to see them.