i bought bb 8310 in feb dis phone is only 4 buss... not even works properly with local networks.... if u really want 2 enjoy go for nokia man.... u know y it needs a lot of activation gprs nd so on... bb services... still its not so bad.... nd i m not able 2 put any of d softwares plz help me out.... if same happens i m gona through it.....
Select the date at the top of the page then select mark all previous as read and it will go.
dear friends this phone needs location base swervice for gps to work from carrier contact carrier for the same and for any query's e-mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org or sma or call me on 9820461103 from 2 to 6 pm ist
Bought so many phones, but its never been so confusing to me!!
Why do I need GPRS network to access blackberry maps(or any gps maps) when there is a GPS receiver in the unit for navigation? IS THIS SOME KIND OF MONEY MAKING STUNT or there is anyother wayout to download an application that CAN BE USED WITH THE BB8310?
To do a security wipe, go to Options\Security Options\General Settings, click on the BlackBerry button and select "Wipe Handheld" from the menu.
BB's are the best!
my question? The GPS on BB8310,does it work on GPRS network of the cellular provider or it is actually an integrated GPS receiver?
i really need help i have a blackberry 8310 and in the home screen it shows that i have a message. in my inbox it says i have no new messages i want to get rid of that message on the home screen but dont know how plz plz plz help me
best phone i have ever had - past phones (nokia 9300, p910, 6310, imate) really brilliant
I highly recommend this Blackberry, because it has both a camera and GPS, which is i think more useful than WiFi. Compared to the others, the 8320 has WiFi and camera but no GPS, 8820 has WiFi and GPS but no camera .
Hi I have the BlackBerry Curve 8310 and I have and it’s working with 4GBHCSD cart inside and its work perfect. In the site is write the blackberry it’s not support the cart HCSD and this is wrong.
I want to get the 8310, will be using all the business settings (had nokia 9300i, worked well) and are exited about the GPS but heard that the GPS function is not as effective with MTN, can any one give advise on the BB 8310 on MTN package, does/can it work properly?? or rather charnge to vodacom.
this's the best phone i ever own an its working perfectly fine with my micro-sd 2gb memory card an im 100% satisfied with the buy of this phone :) go ahead an try it for your self......
I am looking at getting myself a BB.
I handle multiple businesses and hence use multiple email IDs, 3 to be precise. Any idea if the BB can be configured to handle multiple mail IDs, like I presently do on MS Outlook?
Can anybody recommend the best option from the models available? I am looking for a model that can support:
1) send/receive file attachments in mail
2) open & edit of Word files
3) open & edit of Excel files
4) open PDF files
I want the service only for me (not for anymore staff) as I am constantly moving between offices. Can I work it as a stand alone device or do I need to setup the BB Enterprise Server?
I have been trying to get my GPS on my BB8310
but it's been a mission can I can help on that.does it have GPS?or not
I have been using a BB 8100 for over a year now and I have had the problem with the call logs and txts disappearing. It turns out that when the memory on the device gets full (with photos, txts and emails) it auto deletes the txts and call logs to make room for emails etc. Just delete some txts and photos and turn the handset off, take the battery out and when it starts up it will have loads of free memory!
no, i'm using 8310 and 8300 be4 it and never had a problem with missed calls or missing txt msgs.
I would like to give you my feelings about this phone:
- I have been using mobiles & PDA for the last 10 years
- I have always been a Nokia man, and generally I am very fond of Nokia phones
- I have also used HTC, Sony (before it became SE), QTEK; but never leaving Nokia, as am using two phones. Generally pleased with WM devices, but do not prefer them as a basic phone
- I am currently using N95 (1) for a year already and am really pleased with the device. Never experienced any of discussed troubles, including battery life complaints - I can live with it.
Now, I wanted to get a BB device for some time for two reasons mainly: (a) needed email messanger (less important) and (b) eager to play with the device to decide getting so contraversial evaluations (main reason).
So, I got BB 8310, and:
1. I am astonished by the device - easy, intuitive and responsive in a way, I have not experienced before.
2. very stylish
3. email function unbeatable (I have been using email appl with N95, but going back to it seems like returning to stone age)
Even though I still enjoy my N95, I have also found that I am kind of inclined to move more of my mobile uses to BB 8120.. which even surprised me a bit, to be honest. Not even using the GPS or the camera (it would be stupid, having N95 in my other hand), but only phone and mail capabilities, I am very fond of this BB device.
Now, I have N95 to play with, and BB8310 to do business with... Not a bad combination, if you can afford it. I was even thinking that I should have done it earlier. I do not intend to change either phone for quite some time.
I think both of them are great, though incomparable in a way you cannot really compare an excellent car with an excellant computer (not so correct as comparison, but I know you get it).
Auto lock the keypad in securty! or just proess the mute button and it goes into standby mode, press again to come back to life. hope this helps!!!
To all those that hate BB!
Please remember that this is a BUSINESS PHONE and it performs business tasks extremely well with a VERY intuitive interface. All of you out there writing negitive comments only display your ignorance to us all. No it does not have 3G it runs on encrypted packets that are designed for GPRS and not for streaming connections. Its got good but basic media functions, but these are not core applications for BUSINESS users. It is not suited to PRE PAY users, you need the support of a contract, and the BIS server behind it. But for BUSINESS users out there with a network that fully supports it the BB is hard to beat!! The GPS is the best I have ever used in a phone. The Trackball is very slick. It has that Apple feel to it! everything you need, none of the clutter you dont and every application interfaces with another!!!
Big Problem is that any other phone feels like a toy to me now!!