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"Connection Flash Manager"

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A few minutes ago I wanted to look at a note I had taken and noticed that everything in "storage" had been wiped. Nothing was there at all. I decided to do a soft reset, hoping that it would shake the cobwebs out and wake it up a bit.

When the home screen appears, it has a dialog box on it with "Connection Flash Manager" in the blue header. "Saved data is corrupted, System will erase all data to fix this error!" And there is a choice of "yes" or "no" (even though no question is actually asked!). I pressed "no" and nothing happens. The message stays. I can't select anything else, go into the today menu, nothing.

So I tried another soft reset. Same message appears. I tried "yes" this time but again nothing happens. The message stays. After a few soft resets I have tried everything but nothing gets rid of the message. I'm stuck!

I'm loath to do a hard reset before I've exhausted all other options but I've run out of ideas...

Thanks for any help.

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I'm sorry to say it sounds like your Blue Angel's flash storage has become corrupt. Seems to me the only possible solution would be a hard reset and, if the problem is hardware related, even that might not help. Sorry ;)

Let us know how you get on...

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This topic is very old. Since it was posted, has anyone come up with a way of getting the data back when this happens?

Sorry if this is already been answered. This was the only related topic that came up when i did a search.

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