I run a small business. I don't have the Blackberry Enterprise option. I only use the PUSH option on my local email (@rogers.com) is there a way I can syncronize my rogers/yahoo calendar with my Blackberry Calendare wirelessly? What about contacts?
I installed desktop manger 4.2.214 however when i open it, it doesnt show icon for media manager. someone please help as i need to upload mp3 but i cant do it without media manager
please notice that this phone is not a 2mp camera but a 1,3 mp its bescribed rownly whit this info whit many companys
While not all Blackberry Phones are attractive, there several reasons why may prefer BB to those with Windows flavors or Symbian:
- The OS is just fast
- Very easy to use
- Equally many applications written for it as for Windows
- In the case of Curve, Pearl, or 8800, the designs are very attractive and usable
- Sturdier than most phones (i.e. survives hard crash/drops)
- And, yes, WAY MORE STABLE than Windows (trust me, I tried so many times with the various versions of Windows, and I ended up either returning the phones or giving them away!)
- And, yes, the easiest-to-use email service
It won't be much longer for both the Blackberry 8320 and 8820 to release with integrated WLAN(WIFI).
I read most of the comment abouy why should use BlackBerry. But still do not understand if it meant to be for e-mail and business. Then it would be good idea to include 3G and Wi-fi. Businessman travel around the world. When i am in Japan United Airline Business Launge. BlackBerry is useless if you have no 3G or Wi-Fi to down laod e-mail or go through internet.
Hey "jeffs" go here: "http://www.blackberryforums.co...ckberry.html " for a well rounded answer
Nice phone but I cant understand why it doesn't have wifi. Very strange for a business phone.
I need an intelligent experienced blackberry owner to fill in the blanks for me.
Why do most people choose Blackberry Devices like the 8300 or 8800 over Windows mobile devices such as the T-Mobile Dash other than stability and corporate access?
I have used the Dash for a long time and I find myself attached to the ability of liberty with WM devices. For some reason I feel that WM devices are superior in multimedia activity than Blackberry's. Correct me if Im wrong. Why should I be converted into a Blackberry user. I find so many more people using Blackberry's than Windows Mobile Devies. Why? What more functionality does a blackberry have over a windows mobile device?
Can you upload pics on the curve from a PC...and then use them as contact pics?
Does anyone know how to just turn on the flash for the camera w/out using the camera part?
Is there a place you can get a privacy screen protector for your curve. Ive looked about every where but the only thing i can find is the 8800. And if i get that will it fit?
This is a very nice phone and a perfect phone to do urs job never hang so i give 100% to this phone
this phone is sooo cool i need me one of those but their expensive! i'll buy mine when the price goes down ...lol
Has anyone experienced the "Camera Freeze" on this 8300? When I choose to use the camera the 8300 just freezes with a black screen. I have to reset the battery to get it working again...
I am with a small business and currently use laptop and USB adaptor to get emails from a pop 3 server. I have a great phone already but want a good device for emails on the move rather than booting up the laptop frequently. I get 20-30 emails a day about 20% of which have attachments (Word, Excel, PDF etc), but I can generally wait to get back to base to get these if needed. Overall would you recommend the 8300?
To vikesh jain ... I am almost 100 poitive that Curve and 8800 ahve the same size screen. you can compare them side by side on this website. Open the curve review, click on compare (right uner the phone pic) then choose the BalckBerry 8800 that you want to compare it with. You can compare alll the specs.