Awhile back I accidentally assigned a Speed Dial key to the number 1 on my BlackBerry 8320 Curve cell phone. The problem with this is that the 1 key is reserved for Voicemail. When VM is dialed with that speed dial key then the Voicemail Settings are used so if you have password protected your voicemail, as noted here, then you can have the password automatically entered when dialing VM by using the 1 Speed Dial key.8320, blackberry, curve, password, speed dial, T-Mobile, VM, voicemail
Posts Tagged “curve”
Jun 25 2009
May 27 2009
Google has a great new feature from its Google Mobile App that will allow you to search Google with your voice. I explain how to install Google Mobile App and the contents of the application itself in a Question Defense article located here. One of the feature mentioned in that article that I wanted to expand on is the ability to search Google using your voice. This makes searches from your BlackBerry device much easier. Use the directions below to search Google using your voice.
Search Google on your BlackBerry Using Your Voice:blackberry, curve, google, google mobile app, mobile app, search, voice, voice search
May 26 2009
Google has an application called the Google Mobile App which can easily be installed on your BlackBerry cell phone. I currently have a BlackBerry 8320 Curve from T-Mobile. This application is a launchpad for numerous Google application including Google Notebook, Gmail, Google Maps, Google News, Google Reader, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Picassa Web Albums, and Google Sync. To install Google Mobile App on your BlackBerry cell phone follow the directions below.
Install Google Mobile App:8320, blackberry, curve, gmail, google, google docs, google mobile app, google news, google notebook, google sync, mobile app, picasa, picasa web album, T-Mobile
Recently I was doing some work in a hospital and my cell phone would not quit rebooting. The phone is a BlackBerry 8320 Curve provided by T-Mobile. At first I could not figure it out but I figured it must be something with the environment. Finally I noticed from my laptop that there was a linksys SSID being broadcast and previously my phone had connected to a linksys SSID at a clients office. The difference here was the fact that the linksys SSID being broadcast belonged to a wireless N router instead of the previous one that was only a G router.
To resolve the issue I turned wireless off on the Blackberry by visiting the home screen, clicking on the Manage Connections icon, and removing the check by Wi-Fi. My phone did not reboot again once wireless was turned off. Just remember once you leave the location that is causing you the problem to turn wireless (Wi-Fi) back on.Tags: 8320, blackberry, curve, Linksys, router, SSID, T-Mobile, Wi-Fi, Wireless, wireless G, wireless N
Mar 13 2009
Updating Opera Mini on your BlackBerry mobile device is easy following the simple steps below.