kidz, 06 Jul 2010my bb 8520 can't connect to wireless router.. Can some0ne help mePlease note that it can connect to b/g router. If you recently bought a new wireless router, it could be a N router. Make sure the router can broadcast b or g signal.
Hope this helps
Confused men, 06 Jul 2010Help! I'm still confused whether to buy the 8520 or just go straight for the 9700? I am gonna... moreIf all you need is BBM and MSN, then either one will suit you. The screen res isn't bad but it is noticable when held next to a Bold. The Bold has the advantage of 3G for file sharing. Pics, vids, documents... any large file can be shared faster over 3G. But EDGE isn't too slow either. It's only like 5-10 seconds more, depending on how large the object is. Now, if you have the money, go for the Bold. It has a better camera with a flash so you won't be disappointed. If your budget is tight, get the 8520. You won't be let down as it does everything just as good. But keep in mind that for BBM and MSN you'll need BIS added to your data plan because regular plans don't work on BB phones.
I'm still confused whether to buy the 8520 or just go straight for the 9700? I am gonna need this BB only for BBM and MSN messenger. No more no less. To be honest I like 9700 model more than this one. Beside, I'm planning to buy BB for my secondary phone.
I wanna chat for free with my friends back in my home country (currently I'm living oversea).
I heard the screen quality is relatively poor compared to 9700?
FYI, I am really really newbie and dunno much about BB. This is gonna be the first time I will use BB.
Please help me.
BlackBerry Curve 8520 can be used to access Korean Mobile Networks??
faz, 05 Jul 2010yes it dOes... jus got my 1Ah Thats Awesome....gone get mine this week...yay
Dessa, 04 Jul 2010Do they come in colour white??yes it dOes... jus got my 1
[deleted post]Hi there Veerash
The greatest advantage to the blackberry is the internet service. but the E63 has great feature & if ur bassing ur on feature then compare the 2.
Hope this helps in some way
hello, i am from MP, India.
i own a blackberry devise 8520 curve and i use BSNL GSM post paid service. my problem is: my BSNL plan (Plan 525) offers me internet usage of 100 MB free upload/download facility. can i use my BB to avail this offer without subscribing to the bb dedicated internet offer. i can use this free data upload/download with other mobile like Nokia E71. cab i use the same for BB 8520 Curve.
kindly reply soon as i am very likely to change my bb 8520 to nokia e71.
betty, 02 Jul 2010Am getting problems with me phone of late. when some one calls me i see he headset sign, meani... morehi betty,
go to music and play one of the song, then click the menu button, you will find "active speakerphone" on menu list then click it..
ok? just let me know if it works or not..
amz, 03 Jul 2010hey i'd like to know if the applications are on will be battery consuming? like when i go to ... moreThe default apps (phone, messages, internet, BBM and home) will always be on. They aren't battery consuming. If you leave a lot of apps open, then you will notice battery drainage. Apps like UberTwitter and some weather apps need to run in the background for updates, for these make them update at least ever 15 minutes. If you put them at 5 or 10 the battery will drain faster. Try to avoid having too many of these apps. If you're done with an app, close it. Battery life is relatively good on all Blackberry phones. Mine goes for almost 2 days of heavy usage.
Cat Again , 03 Jul 2010O guys lt me refraze my Q.... Do any of u no hw I cn get my flash on my Camera to work. ... moreLike I said before. The 8520 doesn't have a flash for the camera. If you have a Blackberry with a flash, go to camera, press menu and select options. Flash can be set to on, auto or off. Again, this phone doesn't have one.
hey i'd like to know if the applications are on will be battery consuming? like when i go to "Switch Applications" i see some apps that cannot be closed, and some that can be closed. But i thought the ones that cannot be closed are defaults and shouldnt be battery consuming, so what about those that can be closed? Im sorry if this sounds pretty confusing, just needed a lil help here. thanks :)
Fantastic,I just love the phone,it suites all my needs,it is a great phone.
Sports a 2.64 inch Thin Film Transistor display of 65K colors supporting 320 x 240 pixels and Quarter Video Graphics Array. A colorful and vivid display is a result of the aforementioned features. QWERTY keyboard is easier and reliable without being cramped.
Sports a 2 Mega Pixel camera of 1600×1200 pixels and supporting Quarter Video Graphics Array with a primary lens essential for capturing video. Fun Factor is being added through application Photocall (enables the users to tag photos to the contacts).
Supports second generation GSM and data transfer takes place through General Packet Radio Service, Enhanced GSM Evolution, High Speed Circuit Switched Data.WLAN, Bluetooth (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile) and USB.
Equipped with a Blackberry Operating system. Features an onboard storage memory of 256 MB and armed with Micro Secure Digital memory slot expandable up to 16 GB. Standard Lithium-ion Battery with a rated talk time of four hours.
Mostly targeted at mid-tier consumers Blackberry comes with a fine reception quality that enables a clearer and dynamic sound. Economical an ergonomically embodied features.
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