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#16 dr.faramroze

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 03:36 PM

A pertaining and well knit information step by step to help our fellow members. Rajanbhai takes time out to fetch such vital data for the benefit of others. Thank you.

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 04:24 PM

Great info. Thanks for sharing.

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 11:38 AM

Rajanbhai
A very informative article indeed. Almost all my queries about BB have been addressed to. Just one more query for which I need your help.
I have installed Google sync on BB to get all my phone contacts from my Gmail account. Now, ideally, when I add new contacts on my BB or modify existing contacts on BB, then correspondingly the Google sync should make changes to my Gmail contacts. But what I find is that it only adds new contacts from BB to Gmail. In case of modifications, the older data on Gmail prevails and the modified data on BB is wiped out.
Rajanbhai, can somebody help me out to ensure that BB prevails during sync with Gmail. Tks.

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Posted 24 August 2011 - 12:07 PM

^^ you need to check out Sync settings, now i think Gmail has upper hand, make it to bidirectional sync, also move all your contact to default group in Gmail , there are many issues in group sync in gsync
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Posted 28 August 2011 - 03:10 PM

Hi Friends,

Need some help for my BB 8830. And by seeing the nature of this issue, it seems to me that all the smart people here would have already worked out something for this.Kindly help !!!
PHONE : 8830 we
MEMORY CARD in the phone : 4 GB
PROBLEM : Whenever I try to receive any file using bluetooth, it goes to my Device Memory (I have changed my device memory to the max of 15 MB in settings but 15mb size is so very small that now its full and useless for me) . While receiving any file using BT I have tried to use EXPLORE option and set the path to MEMORY CARD but still it goes to my device memory only. And now since my device memory is full, recieving any file, fails...I want to recieve files on my BB using bluetooth to the memory card and not the device memory...

Any guidance would be appreciated.

Thanks,
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Posted 12 April 2014 - 12:07 AM

Great Tips Sir, thanks a lot.

I been using BB8530 since last 3.5years, very helpful.



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Posted 23 April 2014 - 10:41 AM

Anyone missing T9 dialer on Z10? Any tips how to have it on the Z10?



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Posted 23 April 2014 - 11:00 AM

I am not sure what's a T9 dialer, but if you have an android app for it then we can install it on Z10 (preferably running OS 10.2.x where you can just click on the apk and it will install; if you are on 10.1.x then there are side loading procedures)

 

I use the stock dialer or voice command to dial.


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#24 amtrag

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Posted 23 April 2014 - 05:46 PM

I am not sure what's a T9 dialer, but if you have an android app for it then we can install it on Z10 (preferably running OS 10.2.x where you can just click on the apk and it will install; if you are on 10.1.x then there are side loading procedures)

 

I use the stock dialer or voice command to dial.

T9 means if you type first 2-3 characters of a name from within the dialer, it will show a list of all matching names.

No need to go to contacts and then search using the keyboard.

For eg: if you want to call a contact named "Rahul", you just open the dialer and hit 7-2-4 and you will see list of all matching names like Rahul, Raheem, Raghav etc etc.

 

Android apps are available and I am using the same on my Razr M.



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Posted 23 April 2014 - 06:11 PM

Oh, Got it now. That's like the earlier nokia phones with only numeric keypads where we could type text using T9.

I find it much better to just type the characters (a,b,c..) on the qwerty keyboard which comes up in dialer on Z10.

 

But you can install your favorite T9 dialer Android APK on the Blackberry Z10.

I thought everyone knew that, but in case you haven't tried that just install Amazon market OR Snap and install your favorite android apps.

 

Download the APK of the T9 dialer. Then email or copy the file to your Z10.

Open the file manager on Z10 and click the apk, it will install. (select allow non market apps in Settings). This is for OS 10.2.x .

If you are still on 10.1.x then you need to install the APKs from a PC/Laptop using USB cable. Read more here & here

 

See the screenshots of my Z10 with Google Play android apps below below :-

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