dont ever invest in a bb torch 9810 if you can help it and if you happen to have one already do not under any circumstances ever upgrade anything via the bb device.
i did that to make life easier and lost my entire email account as well as the icon. for past 2 weeks i have not been able to reset my email account on my device even after changing passwords via internet.....
and on top of it all bb manufacturers/nokia or their respective agents in south africa have no clue how to correct this
thank bb and nokia its not worth the money spent on this device its a disaster to say the least let alone a joke for such an expensive cellphone
Hey guys need help which is a better phone the torch 9810 or the bold touch 9900 hav a choice of both which should I go for
my cursor move by itself when typing, it moves to the left. I read on line that some torch owners have this problem. I upgraded the latest version of OS7 but still move itself. Anyone know why?
I have been using this phone for like 2 months now. This is the best blackberry phone I have ever used. I used to complained about the battery lasting only like 12 hours after each charge till I learnt to switch to 2G when I'm not downloading stuffs online. When on 2G, it takes you through the whole day. Amazing phone. Just handle with care and you will be smiling always with the performance. Has not disappointed yet. Even typing this now is fun because of the lovely qwerty keys. I recommend this phone.
AnonD-34241, 14 Dec 2011i have my 9810 one month now and i need to recharge the battery atleast once a day. is this no... moreUnfortunately, yes. Smartphone battery life sucks in general. The Torch's is about in the middle compared with other smartphones. Here's some things that may help. Turn off Bluetooth and Wifi when not in use, set your backlight Timeout to 10 seconds, set Backlight Brightness to 20 or 30, and lastly, make sure you actually shut down things you aren't using by using the "close" option from the main menu (BB Symbol) or they will be open without you knowing. I had that problem. Also, you might try downloading a Battery Boosting App from BB App World. it may or may not help. I've heard mixed reviews on them. I've got one myself but I've noticed a slight improvement. Hope this helps. Maybe someone else here might point out something I've missed. Every smartphone owner wants better battery life.
i have my 9810 one month now and i need to recharge the battery atleast once a day. is this normal? sometimes even twice a day. even when i leave my phone unattended the battery still runs down. any reasons?
mr a, 13 Dec 2011does this phone have blackberry maps ?Yes, but even if it did't, you could download it from BB App World. The only issue is certain carriers try and block BB Maps to get you to use their paid map service.
AnonD-33922, 12 Dec 2011Have the Torch 9800 a year now, and love it!!...with the latest OS6 upgrades performance is su... moreI went from the 9800 to 9810. You will definitely notice a difference in performance, especially on the web. But I wanted to let you know that a lot of your OS 6 Apps, games, themes, etc, won't work on OS 7. I found out the hard way. Keep that in mind if you are thinking of switching to the 9810.
Have the Torch 9800 a year now, and love it!!...with the latest OS6 upgrades performance is superb. The applications available for BB are to put it it simply quite superb. My Torch is setup like one cannot believe, in fact the only thing my BB can't do is make coffee :)
Yes I have compared BB to iPhone. Both have their pro's and cons. That said however, BB wins over iPhone hands down in my opinion. As a businessman, NO smartphone on the market can come close to BlackBerry as far as running costs are concerned. I have more than halved my monthly cellular costs since getting my BB, in fact to be precise I have chopped off almost two thirds of my costs and can literally run my business off my BB.
Absolutely, cannot wait to upgrade to the 9810!!!
dog, 12 Dec 2011What I did is shutdown the phone, did a battery pull, put it back and all back to normalGlad to hear that worked. Hoped it would as it did for me.
AnonD-20306, 11 Dec 2011I've had something like that happen before. Disconnect from PC, do an update on the phone, thr... moreWhat I did is shutdown the phone, did a battery pull, put it back and all back to normal
AnonD-8850, 11 Dec 2011Strange because I have a Droid and an iPhone running 1GHz and my 9810 out performs them...Yeah, I know your telling the truth from my own experiences. I was just trying to be nice to Sean :)
anshu, 11 Dec 2011blackberry torch 9810, paying 30k and buying something like this. i would rather prefer galexy... moreCan't knock the features of The Galaxy S 2. It's a great device. However, it looks just like all the other slab devices out there. Regardless of which make they are, most of them look the same. Pretty boring to me. At least The Torch looks different. Also, I text and surf the web and having an actual qwerty keypad is SO much better for both of those functions. Oh, I also got my 9810 cheap. Chances are you spent a good deal of money for your S 2. Anyway, with all the great features on the S 2, it still doesn't have a physical qwerty, which I like. Personal choice.
sean, 09 Dec 2011All Blackberry phones are ridiculously overpriced, outdated spec-wise and are out-performed by... moreStrange because I have a Droid and an iPhone running 1GHz and my 9810 out performs them...
blackberry torch 9810, paying 30k and buying something like this. i would rather prefer galexy s2 in 10 times better
dog, 10 Dec 2011guys, I just got my bb 9810 and i manage to install apps from bb App World (PC). But today whe... moreI've had something like that happen before. Disconnect from PC, do an update on the phone, thru the phone, NOT the PC. Reboot phone (Battery Pull) after update is done, if it doesn't occur automatically, than try again. Hopefully BB Desktop will detect the phone, If not, use the search for new device feature. Good luck, hope that helps.
sean, 09 Dec 2011All Blackberry phones are ridiculously overpriced, outdated spec-wise and are out-performed by... moreI think it depends on what you want in a phone. There are quite a few Android phones that I like and I like the new iPhone, and my 9810 can go punch for punch with any of them when it comes to media and web browsing. It's a fact that the Blackberry OS is more secure than Android. There is a reason businesses and Government agencies prefer BB over other systems. Check it out yourself if you don't believe me. IOS is more secure than Android, but you are limited to iTunes for getting media and you can't use it on any other non-Apple device, even if you paid for it. I've seen my Torch get a signal where the iPhones and Androids with me couldn't and yes, we were on the same carrier. The only other maker with a stronger antenna in my experience than Blackberry is Motorola, which is renowned for signal strength and call quality. True, there is no front facing camera, so if you want Skype you are SOL. That said, BB and only BB has BB Messenger, which allows chat room functions in real time. I'm not saying that BB is the greatest phone ever invented, but I am saying that it isn't "junk" like you say it is. You probably haven't used one in years if ever. The models with OS 6 and OS 7 are just as good as other smartphones. The one area I wish they were better is in Apps. If you want a phone for apps, go elsewhere. Like I said, depends on what you want in your phone.