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S_2NR
PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2012 7:58 pm 
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i like that too but after a while it just gets old.

ull see ;)


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ismithx
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Ok so here's my logic:
BB - annoyingly long and ridiculous startup time, i could have an emergency and not be able to call, woefully inadequate battery capacity for a data-dependent phone
iOS -gone kinda boring, phones are too expensive, and hacking them seems to be a major PITA
Android - can tweak them into oblivion, can be hacked, ROM replaced, etc.
Windows Phone - :lol: too green. let it ripe. the phones are bit on the pricey side, not a fan of the interface, it's too metro and not flexible enough

To me android is one of the more stable platforms since it is linux based, and although you can have pretty much equal choice in apps over the various platforms, android has the best in terms of customization and tweaking


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need some help here

blackberry 9900 bold from verizon

on digicel



i had BIS service on it, which was mail and BBM

i emailed digicel to include data browsing.

they activated the service, i did a battery pull and now no BBM, no emails and no browsing, strangely though whats app is working and i'm not on wifi



when i had just got this phone i had to do the below to get it working


i'm wondering if i need to go into these settings again and change anything else?
i did change the APN to web.digiceltt.com , still nothing

helppp!


just an update...

digicel rep changed my plan to a regular data plan without BIS service
although i sent the request via email and stated it was a blackberry handset with BIS service

they apologised and everything is fine now, on the unlimited BIS data plan



on another note
i notice now i get the BBM icon over wifi, and can use bbm without mobile network connection off
in the past i was not able to use BBM over wifi using 2 different handsets, while roaming

would it work on wifi when i'm roaming? and why wasnt i able to use it before?


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Trini Hookah
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Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.


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#stikid09
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still have mine up for sale people...
viewtopic.php?f=11&t=447644


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S_2NR
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Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.


:shock:

Preshaaaaa


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#stikid09
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Trini Hookah wrote:
Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.



soldier doh waste yuh time dey

buy a whole phone viewtopic.php?f=11&t=447644


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S_2NR
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KiD09 wrote:
Trini Hookah wrote:
Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.



soldier doh waste yuh time dey

buy a whole phone viewtopic.php?f=11&t=447644


:roll: :roll: :roll:

:ban:


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RIM brass takes heat from shareholders

Senior management at Research In Motion Ltd. faced fierce criticism at its annual general meeting in Waterloo, Ont., on Tuesday amid declining sales and an uncertain future with a delay of its new smartphone platform.

Barbara Stymiest, RIM’s new chair of the board, began the meeting by stressing that she knows some shareholders are frustrated with the smartphone maker’s troubles but that the board has faith in the revamped management team.

But some of the investors present were not as committed to the board. During a somewhat confrontational question and answer session, one investor asked why members of RIM’s board had let the company’s continuing problems fester for so long, and argued that none of the old members of the board should stay on.

“What this company needs is an upheaval,” like the one that took place at CP Rail, he said, drawing applause from some of the 300 or so people at the meeting.

Even before investors had a chance to vent, a proxy shareholder asked several tough questions about the composition of the board.

Vic Alboini, of Jaguar Financial, first asked whether the board was searching for additional technology talent to augment the board – to which Ms. Stymiest said they were searching, and had enlisted a firm for such a task. Then Mr. Alboini asked for the number of votes withheld on the re-election of directors; many, when the list was read out, had percentages of votes withheld above 20 per cent, with director John Richardson having more than 30 per cent of votes withheld. “Clearly this is not an overwhelming approval,” Mr. Alboini said.

RIM’s board has come under pressure over the past couple of years as Apple Inc.’s iPhone and a variety of smartphones running Google Inc.’s Android operating system began to take market share from RIM. Many perceived the board as weak, dominated by RIM’s former co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie who both served as co-chairs of the board.

As Apple and Google took more market share and RIM failed to deliver a competitive product to fight back, activist investors and others began criticizing the board - and the former co-CEOs - and demanded more drastic action. As results worsened, Mr. Lazaridis and Mr. Balsillie slashed their salaries to $1, and then resigned. They also requested that the board appoint Thorsten Heins, then chief operating officer, as the company’s new CEO.

At the same time in late January, Ms. Stymiest became board chair, Fairfax Financial chief Prem Watsa joined the board, and the company has since attempted to bolster its board’s credentials by nominating Goldman Sachs’s former head of investment banking for Asia (excluding Japan).

Following the formal part of Tuesday's meeting, RIM chief executive officer Thorsten Heins took to the stage to address investors. As he did in the company’s most recent earnings conference call, Mr. Heins acknowledged RIM is facing serious challenges.

“I want to assure you I am not satisfied with the company’s performance over the past year,” he said.

Although he did not reveal many new details, Mr. Heins updated investors on the company’s plans for the year ahead – chiefly, the launch of the new BlackBerry 10 line of smartphones, which has once again been delayed. Originally scheduled for launch early this year, then this fall, the new phones will now not hit store shelves until the first quarter of 2013.

Mr. Heins said the reason for the delay is the challenge of integrating large amounts of software code into the new platform. Once again, the CEO said he will not compromise on the issue of release dates, and argued that some telecom carriers prefer a 2013 launch because next-generation wireless networks will be more widely operational by then.

Mr. Heins also updated investors on RIM’s ongoing cost-savings efforts, which notably include a massive round of layoffs that will see 5000 employees – almost a third of the company – lose their jobs.

The company also plans to save money by cutting its external manufacturing facilities from 10 to three, and by outsourcing its global repair services, the CEO said.


http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-in ... le4402705/


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#stikid09
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S_2NR wrote:
KiD09 wrote:
Trini Hookah wrote:
Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.



soldier doh waste yuh time dey

buy a whole phone viewtopic.php?f=11&t=447644


:roll: :roll: :roll:

:ban:


haha ah desperate lol


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Trini Hookah
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S_2NR wrote:
Trini Hookah wrote:
Avg Price of an 9850 LCD? Pref. with installation.


:shock:

Preshaaaaa

Hoss and if you know the easy knock it took eh. :lol:


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jhtuner
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what is the best blakberry to buy people????8520,9300,9320,9360 or 9860???????for a female


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napster16
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what is the best blakberry to buy people????8520,9300,9320,9360 or 9860???????for a female


Females tend to appreciate more sleek devices like the 9320 and 9360..... 9850/60 also.... Hope that helped


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S_2NR
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jhtuner wrote:
what is the best blakberry to buy people????8520,9300,9320,9360 or 9860???????for a female


this female, she bess?


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#stikid09
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jhtuner wrote:
what is the best blakberry to buy people????8520,9300,9320,9360 or 9860???????for a female



9700, stable device.


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Trini Hookah
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KiD09 wrote:
jhtuner wrote:
what is the best blakberry to buy people????8520,9300,9320,9360 or 9860???????for a female



9700, stable device.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Check for a 9780 jhtuner won't advise touchscreens to anyone, I find touch screen BB's tend to be a bit laggy.


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ice_winged_angel
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Aye anyone having issues with their EDGE on digicel service?


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original_lollybob
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guys how much would it cost to unlock a BB curve... dont have the exact model no.

Locked to Fido in canada


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PostPosted: Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:33 pm 
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Jonathan_337
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Ill do it for you for free..just gimme the MEP and ud get the code in about a day's time


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BrotherHood
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Fellas, i'm getting a used BB 9800 for $1500 in excellent condition. IMO, this is a great price. Before I decide on the purchase, what are the pros and cons of this model BB Torch? Should I even consider? Some feedback plz, kthankzlata.


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tr1ad
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battery life somewhat crappy due to larger display ( less than a day )


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BrotherHood
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I have a charger at work and in my car so that is a non-issue. That's all?


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S_2NR
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Torch slider mech gives trouble.
I wont advise u buy a used one, u dont know what it went through.


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BrotherHood
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True eh but for the price, it's somewhat enticing.


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S_2NR
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bolds are more reliable.
i would recommend u get that instead of the torch.


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BrotherHood
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^^ *noted*


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yea i agree with S_2NR....when it comes to high end blackberries....BOLD or forget it


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Torch slider mech gives trouble.
I wont advise u buy a used one, u dont know what it went through.

Or who it was stolen from


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now updating my 9900 using blackberry desktop sotware, didnt kno this sheit takes so long


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