BlackBerry BB Q10 Q10 - difference between Power OFF and "battery pull out?"


Anyone has any info on what difference the phone sees between a switching OFF power and make a battery out?

Apparently, some of the guys to BlackBerry customer service advise you to do a battery pull off when the phone is in MODE.

Just curious to know what is the reason behind it.


When you turn off your phone, keep everything intact until you turn on again. When you do a battery pull, he interrupts the operation of the phone and many temporary files, not necessary for the proper functioning of the phone, are deleted. In many cases, when there is something playing havoc on your phone it is found within these temporary files.

Another method to do a battery pull should press and hold the power button until the BlackBerry is displayed on the screen. Other things will appear before that but if you continue to hold until it shows, the effect is similar to a battery with the phone powered pull. Note that pressing the power button to turn off the phone does not erase these temporary files unless you press and hold until the BlackBerry presents, usually about 15 seconds.

I hope that helps you.

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