Wajahat , 05 Oct 2013Very nice, beautiful and solid phone, much better than 9360, very good battery backup, camera ... moreIf i use only for 2G calls and sms(no wifi,no 3G,no any other software and options, only maximum 20 sms per day and 10-15 min call) how many days the battery can remain?
I used 8520,9105 and 9300 before.
and i can say 9320 is better.
Save power?use only 2G network.
avoid lag? Delete unused software.
Want get more fun from BB? Sorry,BB is not for fun,it for easy your working life. Really want get fun with bb? Choose blackberry 10.
I also using Android,if you buy a high end phone, overall will be ok,no lag,many software can run.
But if buy liw end Android, very lag if you got many software in phone.
Very nice, beautiful and solid phone, much better than 9360, very good battery backup, camera result and look, I am using it since 2 months without any single problem, no restarting or battery problem, all is ok and fine... very good phone blackberry made in very cheap price.... you can buy this instead bold2 or bold3.
Are you sick and tired just because your blackberry battery drain too fast?well don't be!
Blackberry its designed to work on 3G network for its internet service so using 2G to saver battery life its not an option.
What drains your battery too fast is your sd card/memory card! You can prove that by removing your sd card/Memory card from your blackberry.but why your memories its affecting your blackberry?because of to much load,what load E.g 1) if you are using 4G memory card make sure you've got at least above 1G free space avaliable. 2)avoid creating music folder like RnB,where the is more than 50 or 100 tracks. That's too much for blackberry 9320 smart phone it is going heat up and drain your battery fast,So let your music folders goes like Rnb > Celine Dion 15 tracks > Chris brown 20 tracks > Bruno mars 10 track and act as much as you want but leave at least above 1G free space! Now you battery can last 1 and half days or 1 day if you are a heaver user! I hope that was helpful
Boro , 20 Sep 2013I just bought curve 9320 newly, I want to know how strong is the battery... The battery life sucks. It drains out very quickly in 3-4 hrs after full charging! I tried many things to keep it live and the most effective thing is to switch off 3G and run on 2G. This dramatically improved battery life by 3 times so it lasts up to 12 hrs with normal usage. I posted a useful link below it may help you. Last thing, monitor the top CPU app usage as there might be a specific app running in background that drain the battery.
Note: I had a 8520 BB and it's battery lasts 2 days without a recharge and runs the same set of app and same daily usage behaviour. The main difference that it was a 2 G.
ppvv, 03 Oct 2013Is there a Viber on this phone ? Anybody ?? You can download Viber on it and its one of the best phone I've ever use...
its slow batterys rubbish dies in 5 hours with out evan being in it constantly no decant apps or games or themes always have to reboot
If u're hving issues wif sudden rebooting...try padding d ba3 of ur fone so it wud b more firm.
bb9320, 29 Sep 2013Want to ask how to make screen shots in the 9320 phone...help pls..just go to BB app and down load the screen shot application.....
Thanks I wil try it I pray d fone stop switching off and rebooting,its reali painful am nt enjoying my fone
A soft reset is a three-key combination that resets the BlackBerry smartphone without removing the battery. As mentioned previously, it is only available on BlackBerry smartphone models with a QWERTY keyboard, such as the BlackBerry Bold 9900 smartphone or BlackBerry Torch 9810 smartphone.
To perform a soft reset, complete the following steps.
Press and hold the Alt key (1)
While holding down the Alt key, press and hold the Right Shift key (2)
With both of those buttons still pressed, press the Backspace/Delete key (3)
When the screen turns off to indicate that the BlackBerry smartphone is restarting, you can then release the keys you have been holding.
A few more things you should know about the reset process:
Performing a reset does not remove any data
To fully remove data from a BlackBerry smartphone, you will need to perform a security wipe. To learn more, check out our post on What is a Security Wipe and when should I use it?
Performing a reset does not remove an IT Policy if one exists. To learn how to do so, check out KB14202 – How to remove an IT policy from a BlackBerry smartphone which can be found in the BlackBerry Technical Solution Center.
only limited apps it cant take head to head competetion with android and ios ....