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What a great news today…Hotlink with Blackberry Service!!!!!


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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 Gemini For Xpax


I’ve thought about this a long long time ago

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

Package Version:
Consisting of:

  • Applications:
  • Software Platform:
  • 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


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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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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Google Apps For BES



In May, we announced our plans to integrate Google Apps with BlackBerry Enterprise Server, a popular feature request from many of our enterprise customers. Today, our team is excited to let you know that this integration is complete. Now, customers of Google Apps Premier and Education Editions can give their users access to Google Apps email, calendar, and contacts from the built-in BlackBerry applications that many users are already accustomed to. The tight integration between our connector and the BlackBerry Enterprise Server lets administrators manage BlackBerry access using the tools and policies they’re already familiar with.

Since our announcement in May, the Google Apps team has worked hard to prepare this feature for public release, testing it extensively with select companies and universities, including Sanmina-SCI. “With Apps Connector, our BlackBerry mobile users get to use native applications that they are already familiar with and we get to manage them using familiar tools. It’s great to combine the benefits of Google Apps like 25GB storage per user and ubiquitous accessibility with the push mail capabilities of BlackBerry,” said Manesh Patel, CIO of Sanmina-SCI.

Features include:

  • Messages sent to your Gmail inbox are pushed to your BlackBerry within 60 seconds.
  • Emails read/deleted on your BlackBerry are marked as read/deleted in Gmail, and vice-versa.
  • Emails archived/starred on your BlackBerry are archived/starred in Gmail, and vice-versa.
  • BlackBerry folders are synchronized with labels in Gmail.
  • You can search for contact information of coworkers from the global address list on your BlackBerry.
  • Contacts in Gmail are automatically synchronized with your BlackBerry address book.
  • You can view your Google Calendar schedule with the native BlackBerry application, with one-way synchronization from Google Calendar to your BlackBerry device. Two-way calendar sync with the ability to accept, decline and schedule meetings from your BlackBerry device is not available with this release but we are working on it.
  • Administrators can use the management and security tools that are part of BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

Google Apps Premier and Education Edition customers worldwide can get started with this feature at no charge by downloading Google Apps Connector for BlackBerry Enterprise Server. If you have any questions, please visit the Help Page. Both of these links are also available through the Google Apps control panel.

Learn about all of the mobile options available to Google Apps users at

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When you make or answers calls from your Blackberry Storm, sometimes you accidentally touch the screen and open up some applications accidentally. Now, there is a way of stopping that accident from happening. And it’s free.

Check out TalkLock.

Talk lock locks up your screen when you make a call and unlocks when your call is finish. This prevents you from accidentally touching the screen and opening something while your making a call. Talklock adds a much needed feature for your Blackberry Storm and also has a manual unlock by using the special slid unlock button. You can change the background image by changing the Talklock image in your phone.

Download TalkLock here.

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I have tested most of these applications for Blackberry, and below is a list of some useful applications that can be used for your Blackberry. (And the best part is, these applications are available for free)

1. Google Maps (Latitude) – No GPS required. To download from your Blackberry, use your Blackberry browser and go to

2. Oanda Currency Converter – Currency updated in real time. To download from your Blackberry, use your Blackberry browser and go to

3. Blackberry Reset Utility – Perform a hard reset without having to pull out the battery from your Blackberry. To download (you have to download to desktop), click this link.

4. Azan 2.7 – For prayer alert. To download (you have to download to Desktop), and use your Blackberry Desktop Manager to load the application on your Blackberry), click this link.

5. Quran Reader – For Blackberry OS 4.3 and above. Translations of the Quran in English. Read and search the Quran. To download (you have to download to Desktop and use your Blackberry Desktop Manager to load the application on your Blackberry), click this link.

6. Zakat Calculator – To download, from your Blackberry, use your Blackberry browser and go to this link.

7. Nulaz Friend Finder – Great app, lets you track your friends on a map and even chat with them. No GPS required. To download (you have to download to Desktop), and use your Blackberry Desktop Manager to load the application to your Blackberry), click this link.

8. Nimbuz – Chat program with a lot more funcionalities such as Friend Finder and consolidate all your Skype, MSN/ Windows Live Messenger, Yahoo! Messenger, ICQ, AIM, Google Talk, Gadu-Gadu, Hyves contacts into one contact list. See who’s online and where, call/group-call, chat/chatrooms, offline messaging, send photos/music/video, voice messaging and location sharing. To download (you have to donwload to Desktop), and use your Blackberry Desktop Manager to load the application to your Blackberry), click this link.

Thats all for now, will be trying, reviewing and testing some more applications. Will update here soon.



A BlackBerry smartphone with tethered modem over Bluetooth® capabilities can be used as an external modem to connect an Apple Macintosh computer to the Internet. To set up an Internet Protocol (IP) modem over Bluetooth on an Apple Macintosh computer, complete the following tasks:

Summary of Tasks

  1. Turn on the Discoverable option on the BlackBerry smartphone.
  2. Pair the BlackBerry smartphone to the Macintosh computer, and then configure it as a modem.

1 – Turn on the Discoverable option on the BlackBerry smartphone

Complete the following steps:

  1. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options > Bluetooth.
  2. Display the menu and then click Options.
  3. Set the Discoverable field to Yes.
  4. Display the menu and then click Save.

2 – Pair the BlackBerry smartphone with the Macintosh computer and configure it as a modem

  1. Open System Preferences on the Macintosh computer and then select Bluetooth.
  2. Click the + button to open the Bluetooth Setup Assistant.
  3. Click Continue at the initial Welcome screen.
  4. In the Select Device Type screen, select Mobile Phone from the list, and then click Continue.
  5. In the Bluetooth Mobile Phone Setup screen, the Macintosh computer will now perform a search of Bluetooth devices within proximity (this may take a few moments). Once the Macintosh computer has completed the search for Bluetooth devices, highlight the BlackBerry smartphone from the list provided and then click Continue.
  6. The Macintosh computer will now gather information about the BlackBerry smartphone. Once this process completes, click Continue.
  7. A passkey should now be displayed on your Macintosh computer. At this time, your BlackBerry smartphone will display the following prompt: Enter numeric passkey for <Mac Name>. Type the passkey in the field provided.Note: there is a limited amount of time for this step — if necessary, click Continue and then try again.
  8. Upon successful entry of the passkey, a Pairing Complete message appears briefly on the BlackBerry smartphone. When prompted to Accept connection request from <Mac Name>, click Yes. Click Continue on the Macintosh computer.
  9. On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options > Bluetooth.
  10. Under Paired Devices highlight the connection to the mac, press the Menu button and select Device Properties.
  11. Select Trusted and toggle the setting to Yes.
  12. Press the Escape key and select Save.
  13. To access the Internet through your BlackBerry smartphone, you will need to provide information such as the user name, password, and access point name (APN). The values in these fields vary depending on your wireless service provider. To obtain this information, contact your wireless service provider.
  14. Make sure the Show Modem status in the menu bar option is selected, and then click Continue.
  15. Click Quit.
  16. Click the Modem icon on the top right of the menu bar (the icon looks like a mobile phone), and then select Connect Bluetooth.


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The Show Password feature is designed to display password characters when configuring email accounts with the BlackBerry Internet Service. This feature makes it easier for BlackBerry smartphone users to integrate third-party email accounts, especially when using BlackBerry smartphones with the SureType® input method. The option to mask password characters is also available for increased security.


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  • IBM® Lotus® Domino® Web Access (formerly IBM® iNotes™ Web Access)

IBM Lotus Domino Web Access is not supported for new Blackberry Internet Service subscribers. However, if the IBM Lotus Domino Web Access account associated with the Blackberry smartphone was associated with a previous version of Blackberry Internet Service, then you can continue to receive email messages on the Blackberry smartphone.

In order to continue receiving email:

1.Enable pop3 or Imap (110 & 143)

2.Create fowarding rules

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Listed below are the most basic troubleshooting steps for BlackBerry Internet Service issues. The following actions will resolve the majority of common BlackBerry Internet Service issues:

  1. Send a personal identification number (PIN) message.
  2. Delete the service books from the BlackBerry device. For information about deleting service books.
  3. Perform a Hard Reset.
    1. Remove the battery from the BlackBerry device. Leave it out for 60 seconds.
    2. Re-insert the battery.
  4. Register the BlackBerry device on the wireless data network.
    1. Go to Options > Advanced Option > Host Routing Table.
    2. Click the trackwheel.
    3. Highlight Register Now.
    4. Click the trackwheel.
  5. Send service books to the BlackBerry device. For information about sending service books.

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