Anonymous, 11 Aug 2014Very good phone. No outlets in the Philippines though. How in the world do they expect to se... moreThe problem with BB is that you do not know where it comes from (because there is no BB store anywhere) and you do not know where you get the service (because there is no BB service centre anywhere). You can only buy it with the belief that it will never get you into a problem. And it rarely does!!
Guys!!!! Is it okay to buy z3??? I m in dilema to get it r not as few ppl say it causes battery probs.....
i use many phone like grand 2, lumia 720, xperia z, apple 3gs and many more but. i dont use blackberry when my friend suggest me to buy bb. then i buy the phone and use it for three months .i dont face any problem. it very fast. and all .apk files support and also it has bb os.. so this is best phone i have ever use in this budjet.. so any want to buy then go for it.. :D
gk, 11 Aug 2014I just switched from a Samsung Galaxy to a BlackBerry Z3 a couple of days ago and I am having ... moreCheck power saving...
It is turning off wifi to save battery power during long time of inactivity.
reyc, 11 Aug 2014yes there is, you can find an outlet in the phils at sm north edsa annex..third floorThanks for the info.
I will try looking there. What is weird here is that they do not have stores/outlets in top places like SM Megamall or Glorietta.
BlackBerry should fire its sales team in the Philippines. There is simply minimal to no effort to sell BB phones.
gk, 11 Aug 2014I just switched from a Samsung Galaxy to a BlackBerry Z3 a couple of days ago and I am having ... moreHave you tried rebooting your Z3? It could be a temporary issue which would resolve by rebooting your device. I've also faced similar issue but that was not so frequent. I also had to enable the Wifi network sometimes. Are you far from your router where the signal is low? This could also be one possible issue.
gk, 11 Aug 2014I just switched from a Samsung Galaxy to a BlackBerry Z3 a couple of days ago and I am having ... moreGo to Blackberry sites such as crackberry.com or blackberryforums.com for technical help. Yours is a quite technical issue involving the connectivity settings. Go where the Blackberry guys are, not only for help but all things Blackberry. Be part of the real Blackberry community, and you will enjoy your Z3 to the fullest.
I just switched from a Samsung Galaxy to a BlackBerry Z3 a couple of days ago and I am having trouble with my home wifi. The Galaxy never had issues with it and stayed on constantly but the Z3 connects for a few minutes and then disconnects again and won't re-connect unless I reboot the router. I made sure I had the latest firmware on the router and updated the Z3 software as well. Apparently there is some setting on my wifi that was ok for the Galaxy but not ok for the Z3 and I hope someone can help me figure it out. Nothing else is using the wifi and the signal strength is very good.
The phone connects successfully to the wifi. I open the browser and go through a few pages and then suddenly a page won't load at all. Sometimes the phone says it is still connected to the wifi and sometimes it sends me a message saying that the network has limited access to some websites. Sometimes it will instead switch to 3g. It doesn't only happen when I use the browser. Sometimes I am not using anything on it at all but just look at it and see it has switched to 3g.
I go into the settings and I see that it says my wifi network is disabled. I enable it again and confirm all the settings are fine and try to connect. Sometimes it goes through three attempts and then gives up. Sometimes it only tries once and gives me a message that it is unable to authenticate against the network and that I should verify network security settings and try again. No matter how many times I try, it does not connect until I log in to my router and reboot that. Then it connects immediately without my having to do anything.
Any idea how to rectify this..
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2014is it fully android support ableNot... just android 2.3 :)
Anonymous, 10 Aug 2014It Is compulsory to use bb net facilities or we can use general 3G net
Gen, 2G, 3G, or wifi.
no need to buy blackberry services (BIS)
Anonymous, 11 Aug 2014Very good phone. No outlets in the Philippines though. How in the world do they expect to se... moreyes there is, you can find an outlet in the phils at sm north edsa annex..third floor