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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 On DiGi


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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  • 106.0 x 49.0 x 13.0 mm
  • 4.2 x 1.9 x 0.5 inches

  • 99.0 g
  • 3.5 oz

  • 262,144-colour TFT
  • 240×320 pixel
Available colours


  • Phone memory 160MB*
  • Memory Stick Micro™ (M2™) support (up to 8 GB)

To setup BB Connect,Please click LINK

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It appears the issue is being caused by device firmware. At this stage telco doesn’t offer any firmware to update .

Doc ID : KB16455
Last Modified : 2008-11-24
Document Type : Support


  • BlackBerry® Storm™ 9500 Series
  • BlackBerry® Media Sync
  • SDR264548


After installing BlackBerry Media Sync while the BlackBerry Storm smartphone is connected to the computer, BlackBerry Media Sync opens, but displays an error stating that it cannot connect to the BlackBerry smartphone.


This is a previously reported issue that has been escalated internally to our development team. No resolution time frame is currently available.


Disconnect the BlackBerry smartphone from the computer, restart the computer, and try again.

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Blackberry On DiGi… SOON!!!Digi

Rumors is in the air, DiGi might be offering BlackBerry service as early as next month…….

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Option 1

Registration for new account and get username For BIS

**Please make sure the Signal bar is indicate upper case of GPRS or3G.If the signal bar is indicate lower case of gprs or gsm, it is shows that the blackberry service still not activated or still not yet provision at network site.

1. Please obtain the PIN and IMEI at device. At main menu, select Options.

2. Select on Status

3.Please log in to


4. As a new user, click on “Create New Account”

5. Please tick for the term and condition and click “I Agree”

7. Please choose your username and password

8. For the integration, Please fill in your email and password. User also will be given one email under your bb service.


9. Now, you can see all the integrated email account.


Option 2 (Using device/handheld)

Click on this icon

1. Select “E-mail settings”

2. Loading (requesting)

***If using Celcom it wil appear vodafone but under maxis it will appear Maxis itself.

3. Select at “Create New Account”

All the procedure is the same according wih the web access.

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Blackberry As tethered Modem Using Vista

This guide is set up specifically for the Blackberry as a modem on Windows Vista. You will also need the Blackberry Desktop Software 4.1 or later.

At this point, Make sure you have already installed the Blackberry Desktop software version 4.1 or later and that the modem is correctly installed (this is part of the standard install for the desktop software).

To verify this, from the start menu, select control panel:

1. In the top right corner, type “phone modem” in the search box.

2. Select Phone and Modem Options


Select the Modems tab.

You should see “Standard Modem”. This is the Blackberry Modem.


Select “Standard Modem” from the modems tab and click the Properties button.

In the General tab, select Change Settings on the bottom (you must be an administrator to change these settings).


Click Continue on the User Account Control Security warning that follows.

Under the Advanced tab, you must be sure to enter the Extra Initialization Commands:

AT+CGDCONT=1,”IP”,”CELCOM3G”  (Celcom) 

AT+CGDCONT=1,”P”,”NET” or “UNET” (Maxis)


Click OK.

Next, from the start menu, select control panel:

1. In the top right corner, type “set up connection” in the search box.

2. Select Set up a dial-up connection


Next select Connect to the Internet.

Select Next.


If you are prompted to use a connection that you already have select No, create a new connection. Select Next.


In the “How Do you want to Connect?” box, select the last option: Dial-up.


Select Standard Modem as the modem to use.

Enter the following information in each box:

Dial-up phone number: *99#

User name:

1.[leave blank] for :Celcom

2.Maxis is :maxis

3.DiGi is:digi


1.[leave blank] for :Celcom

2.For Maxis is :wap

3.For Digi is :digi

(I renamed my connection name to: Blackberry Connection, you can pick your own creative title)

Select Connect.


Now you have to Turn Off IP Header Compression.

To do this, from the start menu, select control panel:

1. In the top right corner, type “connections” in the search box.

2. Select View Network Connections


Next, right click on the Dial-up connection that you have just created and select Properties.


Then go to the Networking tab.

Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) (be sure to not uncheck the box) and then click Properties.


Then click the Advanced… button.


Within the PPP link section, uncheck Use IP header compression


Click OK to close all open dialog boxes.

Next go back at View Network Connections>click the blackberry connection and dial.

If prompted by the message “Internet connectivity test was unsuccessful”, If you still get an error after checking all settings you can try to resend your service book by clicking your Blackberry Options >> Advanced Options >> Host Routing Table. >> HIT MENU, then register (on your Blackberry device).

REMEMBER: The Blackberry Desktop software must be running while you have your Blackberry tethered via the USB cable to use the device as a modem.

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