Blackberry - Reset a frozen blackberry - simple step by step

It can be a bit frustrating at times when your blackberry starts to freeze up and  you are left unable to do anything with your mobile device at that specific time.I have personally experienced this,with my blackberry locking up on occasions when i needed it the most.Common symptoms includes;the keyboard or ball is not responding when you type a key/s,the phones screen freezes giving the impression that it`s loading and in reality it just stays at that screen, other symptoms might include the instant freeze up or lock up of the device as soon as you try to run applications like yahoo messenger or others.


Here is an example that i would like to share with you, for instance my Blackerry decided to lock my signal to the GSM or Gprs and further more did not connect me to my data services.This was kind of weird as i was able to receive incoming calls from the GSM and GPRS networks but not able to connect to data services.

After doing some research on the matter, i found the easiest way to solve this issue was to do a soft reset when ever the device froze up.How do i do a soft reset? Well to achieve this simple task all you have to do is hold down (ALT + CAP + DEL) and instantly like a computer your device should reboot.

Note they are other ways to perform a reset of the device and in the video below you will get a better idea:
                                   

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This simple how to guide will be compatible with :Blackberry 8705g, Blackberry 8703e, Blackberry 8820, Blackberry 8830, Blackberry Bold 9000, Blackberry Bold 9700, Blackberry Tour, Blackberry Storm,Blackberry Curve 8300,BlackBerry 8707v, RIM 850, BlackBerry 7730, Blackberry 8700, Blackberry 8800, Blackberry Pearl,BlackBerry 7100r, BlackBerry 7130v, BlackBerry 8700c,BlackBerry 7105t, BlackBerry 7290, BlackBerry 7100i, BlackBerry 7130g, BlackBerry 7100x,BlackBerry 7100g, BlackBerry 7520, BlackBerry 7130c,BlackBerry 8700v, BlackBerry 7230, BlackBerry 7250, RIM 957, BlackBerry 8700f,BlackBerry 8700g, BlackBerry 8700r, BlackBerry 7100t,BlackBerry 7750, BlackBerry 7510, BlackBerry 7280, BlackBerry 7780.

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