Markus, 17 Oct 2008Hey my email is email@example.com could anyone email me sayin about the blackberry curve... moreIt holds a microsoft word and powerpoint to go which means it can only view documents i think but not make new ones i havent tried it out but it only comes when u upgrade the firmware plus u get a video camere with the upgraded firmware
I finally got the BBerry 8310 curve. Does any one know how I could transfer my whole phone book from my old phone wich is a Sony Ericsson via bluetooth? I've tried pairing the devices but still cannot send them across. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers !!
can any1 tell me how to view full screen strech videos on the mediaplayer...
the only default blackberry video showz in complete full screen , other videos that are downloaded or copied from my laptop showz the smaller version.
thabo, 15 Oct 2008I am loving dis fone coz i can do yahoo messenger, my e-mails & stay connected 2 facebook 24/7... moreHey my email is firstname.lastname@example.org could anyone email me sayin about the blackberry curve, Does it hold software such as microsoft Word???
Nathan, 30 Sep 2008The web page www.blackberry.com has the 8310 listed as having WIFI. Is this the case????no the blackberry 8310 does not have wifi
I am loving dis fone coz i can do yahoo messenger, my e-mails & stay connected 2 facebook 24/7 without physically loging 2 de internet. Battery life i excellent. i am loving dis fone like Mc'donald's slogan. just go & buy it
aura, 12 Oct 2008i am unable to transfer or receive using my bluetooth.why?u must 1st pair yr fone via bluetooth 2 another fone b4 u can send or recieve anything via bluetooth. in order to recieve u must go 2 multimedia folder 7 select the specific stuff (fotos,music or ringtones) e-mail addr email@example.com
I'm quite fedup with my XDA's that I've had for the last 3 years. I'm looking to purchase either a BB Curve 8310 or BB Bold 9000. I've had a look at the specs and still cannot decide. All I want is a smart phone with access to my e-mails. Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
I've had enough of XDA and quite fedup with the boring functions etc..I'm looking to purchase either a BB Curve 8310 or a BB Bold 9000. I've had a look through both specs and stil cannot decide. All I need is a good phone with e-mail access. Any help would be greatly appreciated :)
does the n95 have more feature than the blackberry n which one is more user friendly
every since i've changed my phone over to a blackberry there's no other phone for me it just the ideal phone for all usage i'm going to up grade my phone to yet another blackberry this is for all the blackberry users...............yeah baby once you go black.....there's no going back (smile)
Hannah, 10 Jun 2008Anaymous-ive been wondering the same thing! i can downloa dand play videos....but where's the ... moreBB 8310 will take yahoo, gmail no problems but when you get to hotmail accounts you need to upgrade your hotmail account to hotmail plus (Cost £19.99 A year / $40 )as hotmail plus allows POP3 Access and pushes emails direct to handset. Hope this Helps
about this BB 8310, i love it! its just that sometimes it takes abouut 15-20mins of accessing the fonebook or wateva feature it has. Something like it gets frozen so easily! and not only that, my call log is not displaying anything.. what should i do?
I'm an idiot about BB, buy I am starting to get very interested in it, and if I were to buy one it would be the Curve 8310.
Just wondering though.. if I were to buy, say HTC TyTN II, and install BB Connect, it could do everything that the curve could (except for the BB Messenger). And the TyTN has tons more features cmopared to the 8310, and the price are quite similar.. so why then should I buy the Curve?
Your inputs will be appreciated.. pls prove me wrong.. :-)
To upgrade the software from OS 4.2 to the latest OS 4.5, simply connect your 8310 to the computer and go to http://eu.blackberry.com/eng/services/devices/#tab_tab_upgrade (official Blackberry source) and follow instructions.
Despite any comments on here, coming from someone who knows almost everything there is to know about mobile phones: This phone is one of the best ever made (across the spectrum - not just in the business sector)