does anybody help me how to get App BlackBerry Bridge for PlayBook. The blackberry apps not support in our country. i have bb curve 9300.
Anonymous, 20 Jun 2011can you plug it into your computer and download music from your computer?yes if you do it properly
none, 10 Sep 2011does bb playbook need a simcard?No dude, the playbook uses the bluetooth bridge.
Hi Guys, Got mine about a week ago, and i love it! had a go with a galaxy tab 10.1 and a appel iPad. And the Playbook is the one i really like, it's very powerful and responds very well under multitasking and the bonus for me is i can bridge the playpad with my Blackberry smartphone and it works with my BIS data plan. I can do everthing on my Playpad. Only down side is I can't check my SMS,MMS and take phone Calls on the pad. But if you really like Blackberry's I recommend the Playpad.
none, 10 Sep 2011does bb playbook need a simcard?no, if it's the 4g model yes
It would be nice if PlayBook will support:
1. Android apps
2. Phone call functionality
3. Text messaging
4. 4G support..
Here in the Philippines, Globe Telecom is the exclusive dealer but I gt disappointed to know that I can't put SIM on it.
Hotshot, 24 Aug 2011Okay so BIS through bridge gives me access to existing phone content like emails, BB messeges ... moreYes it allows you to use your existing Data plan to surf the web using the Bridge Browser on your Playbook. If you're connected to a BES you can also view links to intranet or any other networked GUI.
Hotshot, 24 Aug 2011Okay so BIS through bridge gives me access to existing phone content like emails, BB messeges ... morethe latest update allows doing everything except appworld via BIS. maybe a bug who knows. but anyway you have Bridge Web Browser
Okay so BIS through bridge gives me access to existing phone content like emails, BB messeges etc. Does it also allow me to browse via Playbook, using my BB existing data plan?
would i be able to connect to playbook using 3g network from my phone without using wifi??
dont have it as yet but id love to know wheathr it has the BIS service
I am sooooo happy with my Playbook. Bought it in Thailand while on a working holiday. For the past few weeks I've loved it immensely. It's super snappy, the browser is amazing, photos and videos are nice.
If you want to buy it, you won't regret the choice. But, wait for calendar, email and contacts to arrive. Those are some of the most important features you'll want on it.
Here are some comparisons vs. iPad and Galaxy Tab.
Best browser: BB Playbook
Best gaming platform: Galaxy Tab (iPad close second)
Best personal organiser (iPad, but as soon as Playbook is updated, it'll be a clear winner with BIS and BES, super secure email and very nice calendar).
Media device: BB Playbook (natively plays AVI's, perfect size to watch shows on while travelling, speakers are REALLY impressive).
Things I like:
Battery -- I've thrown everything I have at it, and it has never run out of steam before the very end of the day. Sometimes, with moderate browsing, I get two days on a charge).
Size -- It truly is a comfortable size to take around with. Meetings have never been this fun.
Internet connectivity -- the WiFi is complemented by internet tethering; I use bluetooth to share my Nokia's 3G connection, which is super fast, btw, and access the internet on the run. So actually there is ALWAYS a way to access the internet - just carry your phone around with you!
can i use usb 3G modules or usb Wimax with this tablet ? i found out that this tablet does have micro USB and USB trough USB/MicroUSB cord
Suck I'm so disappointed to this tabled I wish I buy iPad instead of this