One of my friend has just gifted this nice phone to me...but the caller ID of the person calling is not flashed on the screen...can anyone help me with that??? thanks
That mobile its so good and its nice for any people how need that mobile
what is the maximum memory that i could install to this phone? is it compatible with 2gb or 4gb?
Yes , U can use it overseas, Europe, Africa, Asia. just take the Sim card out and get a local Sim card and here you go.
Been there done it.
My buddy gave me his blackberry 8830 and took the SIM card out before he did..buti can still make phones calls with the phone and his number shows up...does anyone know how that works?
my understanding blackberry 8830 is compatible with both gsm and CDMA . if it were so , then in countries where there is 3G gsm can be used for data and CDMA has proven to be quite stable for voice and inexpensive when roaming specially in countires like USA , India
This phone is not compatible with American GSM; thus in US the phone works in CDMA. However, when I was in Europe I bought a sim-card of a local mobile service, inserted it into the phone and it was working perfectly.
cdma is right
you cant use gsm when you want
you need a cdma carrier and they provide you with a sim card
so it is useful its up the the user to make the best of it personally this could solve a lot of problems for certain people
by the way blackberry bluetooh to transfer phone books from other devices is horrible and doesnt hardly ever work just type in your self sucks but if you got nothing better to do pay some one else to do it
(little brother needs 20 bucks?)
its only to be used with a cdma carrier
gsm only works if your outside cdma coverage
range and you cant switch between gsm and
cdma it chooses gsm by itself if it ant find a cdma signal but
with a little hacking i think it can be done
can anyone tell me if this phone is both a CDMA and a GSM phone combined? ex. if im with a GSM carrier and want to switch to a CDMA carrier can i use the same phone?!
Having trouble with finding someone to help me transport my contacts which are in a HTC the 8830 has no infra red and using the blue tooth continues to cause a failed signal now the Roxi software is giving me trouble.
If anyone is going through similars please contact me
yeah blackberry better step up or their going down touch screen wifi gps 5 megapix
or higher is the standard this year
blackberrys gotta change their entire format or their gonna go under so far this one is my favorite
I am a owner of this nice phone. and i have to say that the battery's holding up very well. at least 4 days, when i am using normal.
Is there a 8830 world edition bb with built-in camera right now, or is one scheduled for the near future?
i live in canada, i am very interesting in this phone and looking to purchase it... but i am stuck between this and the 8820. I am worried with the "shabby battery life, and calling malfunctions that were posted earlier.
The comment below mine about 2 8830's is incorrect. There is only one 8830 and it is the World Edition. It is called the World Edition because due to it having CDMA and GSM it works anywhere in the world. There is no such thing as an 8830 that works with only AT&T and T-mobile...
North American customers,
Be careful with this phone. Because they make two different model 8830. One is 8830 World edition(works with Sprint & Verizon) And another one is 8830-they don't call world Edition(This works with AT&T & T mobile)
The one works with AT&T + T-mobile supports GSM 850/900/1800/1900(Quadbands).If u can get it unlocked , this will work in Mexico. Because Mexico use GSM 1900.
The one that Sprint & Verizon sells , they don't support GSM 1900,850(i.e, this won't work with AT&T and T-mobile, no matter u unlock the device)This won't support in Mexico either.
the 883rt0 world edition is a cdma phone.it does not supporrrrt gsm networks of other networks.the cdma net work you are with gives you additional sim which has the same no as your cdma and the gsm sim you can use on international roaming where there is no cdma network with your no remaining the same.log on to blackberry.com for more details