Chitika

Friday, December 23, 2011

Blackberry 9790 Review

Hi Peeps,



This is review for the new bold 9790.

The Good
The Bold 9790 immediately addresses the two biggest gripes with the bold 9900- it has great battery life and the camera has autofocus. Thank heavens. Compared to the Bold 9700 and 9780, the 9790 packs more power into smaller package. The Bold 9790's style may not be as luxurious as the Bold 9900, but the 9790 really comes across as a getter done work horse, which we love.


The Bad
No HD video recording on a Bold in 2011? You'd think it's bullocks, but it's true. It makes us sad that RIM couldn't deliver a Blackberry 7 Bold that offered both autofocus and HD video recording this year. And while we like the fact the 9790 has a touchscreen,due to the small-ish size of the display we didn't find ourselves touching the 9790 as much as we do the Bold 9900.


Conclusion
If you're looking for a Blackberry 7 Smartphone with a front facing full physical qwerty keyboard, you have three options, the entry level Blackberry Curve 9350/9360/9370, the flagship Bold 9930/9900, and the Bold 9790, which is positioned as a lower end Bold alternative to the 9900 for those who prefer a smaller phone. Assuming you can afford it, we pretty much always recommend going Bold over Curve.













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Tuesday, December 6, 2011

How to reset a Blackberry Smartphone



Hi peeps. How are you? 


Today i juat want to share about basic thing you should do when you have Blackberry smartphone. How to reset a blackberry smartphone? 


A reset of Blackberry smartphone is a troubleshooting method that completely turns off and restarts the Blackberry smartphone's operating system software and applications. It is a useful first step if a Blackberry smartphone is experiencing hardware, software or wireless network problems.


There are two options for performing a reset: a hard reset and soft reset.
1. Hard reset involves physically removing the battery from the Blackberry smartphone and then reinserting it. To perform a hard reset, complete the following steps:
a) Remove the battery cover from the back of the Blackberry smartphone
b) Remove the battery and reinsert it after a few seconds
c) Replace the battery cover






2. Soft reset is a there-key combination that resets the Blackberry smartphone without removing the battery. It is only available on the Blackberry models with a QWERTY keyboard. Do not attempt to perform a soft reset on Blackberry touch screen. To perform a soft reset, please follow this steps:
a) Press and hold the ALT key on the Blackberry smartphone
b) While holding the ALT key, press and hold the Right Shift key.
c) With both of those buttons still pressed, press the Backspace/Delete key. The display on the Blackberry smartphone turns off to indicate that the reset has started, and the keys can now be released.


Note: A reset of a Blackberry smartphone does not delete any settings or data