Archive for September, 2009

celik

This error when you bought from AT&T branded device.This device not be able to work with 3G network.You can managed to make a call when the network is 2G network.If you try to change the Sim Card make sure the SIM is 2G Sim card which is no more i guess.So go back with the dealer and change with other device which is not from AT&T.This us friendly reminder for the blackberry user…

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Blackberry Gemini For Xpax

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I’ve thought about this a long long time ago

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4.7.0.167 For Storm

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Software For BlackBerry® Storm(TM) smartphone   BlackBerry Handheld Software v4.7.0.230 (EastAsia)

Package Version: 4.7.0.230
Consisting of:

  • Applications: 4.7.0.167
  • Software Platform: 4.0.0.205
  • File name: 9500_omadrmEastAsia_PBr4.7.0_rel230_PL4.0.0.205_A4.7.0.167_Hutchison.exe
  • File size: 121.42MB

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

Make Sure when you install the Blackberry Desktop Manager Choose Custom and do not install  the update option

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Blackberry On DiGi

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Now DiGi is only Offering blackberry service for Enterprise user.At this moment blackberry Bold and javelin on the advertisement.Looking forward to test the service with DiGI…:)..

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Recent updates and research, Maxis,Celcom and DiGi now is supporting CDMA phone ..why? Please find below explanations:

DiGi primarily uses the GSM1800 band and now with UMTS 2100 MHz (Good News)

Celcom uses dual-band GSM (900/1800 MHz) and 3G coverage covers most major towns where there is a telephone exchange and either HSDPA or EDGE services within 15 mile radius ( GSM UMTS maximum allowed range ) with GPRS as basic data coverage and NOW with UMTS 2100 MHz (Good News)

Maxis Is  provided over the 900 & 1800 MHz GSM band and as July 2005 and  2100 MHz UMTS band.

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celikkecik

BlackBerry Internet Service 1.8 and 2.x

Messages received using your BlackBerry Internet Service account may not exceed 8 MB, including attachments, regardless of the size of the mailbox.

Additional Information

This size limit includes overhead created by base64 encoding. After applying base64 encoding, the largest email message that can be sent via your BlackBerry Internet Service account is 5 MB. Exceeding that size makes the email message too large, due to base64 overhead.

The body will appear as Message truncated due to size when a message larger than 8 MB is sent to an email address that is associated to the BlackBerry Internet Service.

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service-book

I’ve been noticed that the service book option has been removed by RIM….Still don’t know what is actually the purpose of doing that.You should not be panic on this situasion.Just do the Hard reset and service book automatyicly will be sent by default…

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