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    Greetings to you all,

    I have an iPhone 3G, that I have put to BB 06.15.00 and unlocked with ultrasn0w.

    I have had my phone working for a week, without any problems. But today, for the the first time, my phone shutted down because the battery was empty. I've started it up again after charging it, but I'm back with no service.

    I've tried reseting networks, reinstalling ultrasn0w, I'm still stuck with this.

    The phone was a canadian phone with "Rogers" now with "Fido".

    Anyone knows about this?

    Thank you

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    Did you install any apps that provide APN editing or soft-tethering toggling? (Specifically, MyWi or TetherMe)? These can impact connectivity after reboot, I've had cases where I had to toggle airplane mode to get service back. I ultimately ended up uninstalling TetherMe as AT&T was starting to catch and charge people for it. Let us know.
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