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# 79429 17-Mar-2011 11:49
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OK, over the past month two bugs have appeared on my HTC Desire HD.

First: SMSes were all deleted by themselves. This was posted on Geekzone previously.

Second and the latest: E-mail accounts were wiped out on the phone. Had to set up all of my e-mail accounts again.

This is worying, as the phone is brilliant, but now it is making me wonder what else will go missing without any of my input!

Anyone else experienced this? 

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  # 449183 17-Mar-2011 11:52
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If you use Titanium Backup to backup all your system settings you can easily restore them if this happens again.




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  # 449208 17-Mar-2011 12:51
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thanks mate, have just installed the back up :) Still, it's not all that good to lose data out of nowhere.

 
 
 
 


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  # 449213 17-Mar-2011 12:58
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It does sound worrying, have you had a look on XDA Forums?




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  # 449242 17-Mar-2011 14:18
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No I haven't... hope the Desire HD gets the 2.3 update soon!

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