Archive for January, 2009

Wear And Tear

Blackberries are subjected to frequent usage, mainly the trackball takes a beating.

So, to clean your trackball, just scroll to four directions vigorously (but carefully).

When your trackball wears down (usually the whole trackball ring and housing will pop out). You can try ordering the trackball online.

A word of advice, please do not install any unwanted / unnecessary apllications on your Blackberry. By doing so, it will reduce clutter and free up much needed memory for your Blackberry to perform.

  1. Save your pictures onto your memory card instead of your device.
  2. Uninstall all unwanted language packs (This can be done by using you Desktop Manager).
  3. Run backups on Desktop Manager every month.

These are the major things that you can do to save some space on your Blackberry.

Just my two cents.

Make sure when you purchased the 2nd hand blackberry device is totally headache free….Other wise your device is

A.Locked with the  other carriers

B.Not a stolen Device (if the owner reported stolen to RIM,RIM will suspend the device)

There are the details that you need to clarified with RIM:

1.Who sold you the Blackberry?

2.Could you please provide us with the PIN and IMEI for this blackberry?

3.When did you purchase this device?

4.How did you purchase the device?

5.How much did you pay for the device?

6.What method of payment did you use?

7.Can you please provide us with proof of your purchase? (receipt, pay pal printout, bank records etc)

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Please remember that when installing BES for Exchange using local MSDE, disaster recovery does not mean cutover.

Time and again I have reminded my mentors about this, but they keep on using the BlackberryDBBackup.exe tool on the primary BES to backup the MSDE (BESMgmt) and move it to a new server and then use the BlackberryDBRestore.exe tool to restore it there.

This would result in having the BES name following the primary BES computer name.

The correct method is just to use a remote SQL server. So that failover is almost seamless.

Installing the Blackberry Enterprise Server (BES) is a cinch. But to get it running is another thing. When something goes wrong, there are a lot of variable that can contribute to the problem.

Even after you manage to install the software, with correct permissions, maitenance releases packs etc… there will be problems with email delivery as it is closely linked with any one of the three mailservers (Groupwise, Domino and Exchange).

Troubleshooting involves studying the lgs files, checking permissions, etc. Usually, the clients need it repaired “immediately”, and it involves some Telco dude breathing down your neck… asking you what you are doing at every step.

Life certainly sucks for us BES Admins. Luckily we’re not Ce**** vendors. They toil so much for the Telco, who are slave drivers. But in the end, the vendor gets no credit.

Anyway… this is just my opening post. Just to let you know that BES is also covered on Suka Blackberry.

See you soon.

v4.6.0.216 For Bold

Software For BlackBerry® Bold (TM) 9000 smartphone

BlackBerry Handheld Software v4.6.0.365 (Multilanguage)

Package Version:

Consisting of:

* Applications:

* Software Platform:

* File name: 9000M_PBr4.6.0_rel365_PL4.0.0.183_A4.6.0.216_AVEA. exe

* File size: 95.83MB

MultiLanguage version here:

East Asian language version link here:

(File name: 9000jEastAsia_PBr4.6.0_rel365_PL4.0.0.183_A4.6.0.2 16_Hutchison.exe)

1. Download the above OS file to the PC then install it to the PC by running (double

clicking) the

file you downloaded.

2. Go to c:\program files\common files\research in motion\apploader and delete the

file named


3. Plug in BB and double click on “Loader.exe.” It’s located in the same place as

the above

vendor.xml file.

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Software For BlackBerry® Bold (TM) 9000 smartphone

BlackBerry Handheld Software v4.6.0.331 (EastAsia)

Package Version:
Consisting of:

* Applications:
* Software Platform:
* File name: 9000jEastAsia_PBr4.6.0_rel331_PL4.0.0.172_A4.6.0.190_Vodafone_Celcom.exe
* File size: 95.34MB

Note: The Software Platform and Applications version numbers can be found under Options-About screen on the handheld.

* Download Software

2nd-HTC Touch For sale

celik Blackberry

RM 1000 (neg)


Usb cable


Blackberry Connect Ready

please email and leave a contact number



Touch GSM Touch

Processor TI’s OMAP™ 850, 201 MHz Qualcomm® MSM7500™, 400MHz

Operating System Windows Mobile® 6 Professional Windows Mobile® 6 Professional Memory ROM: 128 MB

Dimensions 99.9mm (L) X 58mm (W) X 13.9mm (T) 101mm (L) X 59.6mm (W) X 14.1mm (T) Weight 112g with battery 112g with battery Display 2.8″

LCD touch screen with backlight
240 X 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colors 2.8″ LCD touch screen with backlight
240 X 320 dots resolution with 65,536 colors Network GSM/GPRS/EDGE Tri-band: 900, 1800, 1900 (The device will operate on frequencies available from the cellular network.)

CDMA2000 1xEVDO/1xRTT and IS-95A/B voice or data
Dual-band (800 and 1900 MHz)

celik Blackberry

Wi-Fi enabled Blackberry devices can connect directly to the Blackberry Infrastructure over the Internet for access to voice and data services that a mobile network provider offers, even if UMA is not available. Verify with your wireless service provider that your service plan supports access to Blackberry messaging services over a Wi-Fi connection.

A wireless access point must conform to the IEEE® 802.11a™, IEEE® 802.11b™, or IEEE® 802.11g™ wireless networking standard.

What is UMA?

Unlicensed Mobile Access (UMA) technology provides access to GSM and GPRS mobile services over unlicensed spectrum technologies, including Bluetooth and 802.11. By deploying UMA technology, service providers can enable subscribers to roam and handover between cellular networks and public and private unlicensed wireless networks using dual-mode mobile handsets. With UMA, subscribers receive a consistent user experience for their mobile voice and data services as they transition between networks.

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Thanks to WAWA for the update (

The retail price for the device is actually RM2,499,but now celcom is actually offer for new registration will be only RM1888.

for existing celcom cust the device is sell for Rm1999..
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OS for the Bold 9000 found online. No word yet on what is new in this OS but if you are brave enough to try it out…

It can be found at:

Let us know what you find in the new OS versions in the comments below.

NOTE: Do not install this software if you do not know what you are doing. It may make your BlackBerry FUBAR or just plain angry.

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