this old phone is the only thing that works in northern on. text and calls new one do not work period.
hello, i have one question. I wont by this phone, and I'm interested it works viber, whatsapp, fb, messenger on this tel? tnx
nouncio, 06 Jan 2018can we still use whats app on this phone , i just got my phone fixed after a year ,Set manual date to year 2015 to make whatsapp work
can we still use whats app on this phone , i just got my phone fixed after a year ,
I have a blackberry 9780 problem is that i install the whatsapp but not working plz solve my problem thanks
this is my longest serving phone
and in its prime, so many phone sellers use this phone for their personal work
I cant even remember why i sold it
not because it was broken or had some issues, that's for sure
Has to be the prettiest Bold out there. I think it would still do great, even today.
riyand, 21 Mar 2017I brought home december 2010 I used it until february 2017 I love it so muchCan i buy this mobile for Rs1000? Any problems arised for u as u have benn using it for 7 years.How is the built quality,camera performace,the menu ball,call volumes and other ringtone volumes,battery backup..I want your opinion based on your 7 years usage..Thank You
I brought home december 2010 I used it until february 2017 I love it so much
I had this phone for about 2/3 years and it was pretty incredible, I loved it. Unfortunately though, it white screened on me and its not worked since. Which is a shame as it was probably my favourite phone!
I am desperate to get a smartphone which doesnÂ’t give me pains. I am suffering from kind of unexplainable electro-sensitiveness. The DAS amount doesnÂ’t seem to matter in my case, conversely to the majority of people suffering of electro-sensitiveness. I don't get head aches and serious symptoms like that, fortunately. (for the moment!)
Otherwise I would never plan to use a BB phone! the DAS being very high, as for the Iphones. Most of electro-sensitive people flee BB and Iphones!
The thing, in my case, is that when I touch any smartphone, and even some tablets, it triggers unbearable pains within minutes. The pains last several days. I had to stop then. No choice. I know that it can sounds weird but thatÂ’s it.
in my view, it comes from A +B
A = the sensitiveness of my nerves.
B = the electro magnetic fields, which are generated by either the touchscreen, or-and by the numerous antennas (WIFI, GPS, Bluetooth, NFC sometimes!) that we all hold in hour hands, guys, when using a smartphone!
So, I recently had the idea of getting a non-touchscreen phone : I thought about BlackBerry, then.
I thought that a Bold 9870 could be a good idea, even though I am not sure of nothing. Not sure that the Bold 9780 wonÂ’t give me pains, but I woudl like to try. I did purchase a brand new one and IÂ’m now waiting for the delivery.
I would like to ask several questions to you:
Will I be able to run Skype, for ex., and other basic nice apps despite of the old OS version, which is 5 or may be 6.
What nasty limitations will I experiment for sure?
Is it possible to upgrade the Bold 9780 system, from 5 to 6, if necessary? We are in December 2016!
I have seen the BB Classic in a store one hour ago: for me it is disappointing, because much too big in my hand. The keyboard didnÂ’t drive me crazy too. But I believe that the Bold 9780 is smaller.I read nice reviews.
It is clearly far much better to use a phone with a touchscreen nowadays, of course, but it is forbidden for me as I explained above.
My goal is not too ambitious: If possible, I would like to use a not too big phone...
- Allowing me to occasionally surf on the Internet via WIFI (OK the screen will be small, I know)
- With a good sound in conversation
- May be some basic good apps.
- To send -receive emails. Gmail and others.
- Have a camera in my pocket, which is much more convenient than to have to get my camera with me. It is too big, fragile and expensive. Even though it is a Sony RX 100 one, it is not useful at all, then most of the time I donÂ’t have the camera with me.
I have never used a BB phone but I know very well computers, and other brands of Phones.
Your advice and ideas will be welcome!
(English not being my native language, I hope I didn't make too many mistakes writing)
Must admit....after five years ownership and over a hundred falls at various heights....this phone continues to impress me.