If you have dropped a blackberry bold and managed to crack or damage the screen screen in any way, if the phone isn’t covered by insurance then the easiest solution is to buy a replacement LCD screen.
There are a number of new replacement screens available on eBay for around £30.00, you must however ensure that you buy one with the same model number. Continue reading “Replacing the BlackBerry Bold LCD Screen”
I recently discovered that the Twitter application Seesmic had been ported onto the BlackBerry and was available via the App World.
Unfortunately after downloading and installing, I encountered a problem which meant it could not connect and fetch any updates. Continue reading “APN settings for BlackBerry Bold on O2 (UK)”
If you’re away from home or the office and looking to use your laptop to access the internet without a Wi-Fi connection, rather than using your BlackBerry directly you could set it up as a modem using the O2 Mobile Web GPRS Access Point within a couple of minutes.
It’s recommended that you contact O2 with regards to any data charges if you’re worried about any possible costs before continuing with the setup described below. The steps taken assume that you are using the O2 network and using Windows Vista OS. Continue reading “Using a BlackBerry Bold as a modem (O2 + Windows)”
I’ve had my BlackBerry for about a year now and find myself using the same few applications every day. I’m going to quickly run through and explain why each one is used.
BlackBerry App World is the source for most of the apps that I download, finding myself scanning through looking for new applications that might prove useful.
There is a lot more trust in downloading from here, rather than browsing the internet and downloading from less trusted locations. It allows you to manage any of the paid for or free apps you have downloaded. Continue reading “Free BlackBerry applications I use daily”