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BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Surfing the Web - Going to a Web Page
The first thing you see on the top of the start page will be the web address line. Then you will see your Bookmarks and history of recently visited pages. Click any Bookmark or History item to instantly jump to it.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Surfing the Web - Web Browsing on Your BlackBerry
One of the amazing features of smartphones like the BlackBerry is the ability to browse the web right from your handheld. More and more web sites are now supporting mobile browser formatting.
BlackBerry Java Application Development - Changing the perspective
Eclipse uses the term perspective to mean a saved configuration of views and their placement on the workbench. So far, you've seen only the "Java" perspective that is used when developing applications.
BlackBerry Java Application Development - Starting the debugger
After setting things up, we actually launched the simulator and debugger by clicking on the debug icon on the toolbar. You may have noticed that the toolbar icon has a small down arrow next to it.
BlackBerry Java Application Development - Running an application in the simulator
As you can see, using the simulator is both an easy and effective way to see what your application will look like on a device. The keyboard mappings are generally intuitive, but if you forget the ones that aren't, you can always use the mouse to click on the screen and simulate key presses. The simulator can do so much more than just display the application for you.
Developing BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Working with the File System - SQLite Databases
Within the applicationComplete event handler, the SQLConnection is initiated, two event listeners are added to listen for SQLEvent.OPEN and SQLErrorEvent.ERROR, and finally, the openAsync method is called and the db file is passed in.
Developing BlackBerry Tablet Applications : File System Access (part 3) - File Browse for Multiple Files
The browse for file functionality of the File class works a bit differently in BlackBerry Tablet OS compared to the desktop version. Within BlackBerry Tablet OS, the browseForOpenMultiple method will open up a specific native file selector that will allow you to open multiple files of type Audio, Image, Documents, or Video. Since you are attempting to read these shared files, you will need to select the access_shared permission when creating your project.
Developing BlackBerry Tablet Applications : File System Access (part 2) - File Browse for Single File
Within BlackBerry Tablet OS, the browseForOpen method will open up a specific native file selector that will allow you to open a file of type Audio, Image, Documents, or Video. Since you are attempting to read these shared files, you will need to select the access_shared permission when creating your project.
Developing BlackBerry Tablet Applications : File System Access (part 1)
To access the file system, you can navigate using several folder static alias properties of the File class. Since you are attempting to read these shared files, you will need to select the access_shared permission when creating your project.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Connect as a Tethered Modem (part 3) - Using Desktop Manager for Mac
Many carriers will allow you to turn on and off this extra service. Say you were taking a trip and needed to use the modem feature for three weeks. Your carrier may allow you to do and then turn it off again when you return home.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Connect as a Tethered Modem (part 2) - Using Desktop Manager for Windows
First, you should be sure to contact your carrier to see if you can use Desktop Manager's IP Modem feature. If their answer is yes, follow these steps to edit the ip_modem_configuration.xml file. If your carrier says no, following these steps will likely not work; please use the software recommended by your carrier.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Connect as a Tethered Modem (part 1) - Understanding the Options for Tethering
Depending on your wireless carrier (phone company) and the type of software you use, you should be able to use your BlackBerry to connect your laptop (PC or Mac) to the Internet.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - BlackBerry Enterprise Server Express
If you work at an organization that uses a Microsoft Exchange or Microsoft Windows Small Business Server, then you can now acquire the BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) Express software for free.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Set Up or Adjust Email Accounts from Your Computer
You can also set up your personal email accounts from your computer using your carrier's web site. You also might notice that when you send an email from the BlackBerry, the signature is something very basic, such as Sent from BlackBerry Device via T-Mobile, or Sent from AT&T Wireless, depending on your carrier.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Troubleshooting Your Email Accounts
If you download your email messages to your computer using an email program such as Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, or similar, and you use BlackBerry Internet Service on your BlackBerry for Email, then you need to turn on a specific setting in your computer's email program.
BlackBerry Development : Pushing Data to Internal Users - Browser Push
The BlackBerry browser is a supported target for pushed data. A typical browser (be it desktop or mobile) is normally used to request pages or content from a server, review the content, and submit information back to a server. It is a simple process.
BlackBerry Application Data Push : How the Application Data Push Process Works
If the mobile user is out of coverage, the data might still be delivered when the device reappears, as long as it is within certain defined time limits.The BlackBerry infrastructure queues requests for a limited amount of time and delivers them when the device returns to coverage.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Sync Google Contacts Using Email Setup
If you use Google for email and to manage your contacts, then you can set up a wireless sync for your Google Contacts. This is a great feature because you no longer need to connect your Bold with a sync cable to your computer to update contacts changes between your Bold and Google.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Maintaining Your Email Accounts
You may need to add, edit, or delete email accounts. You also might want to fine-tune your email signature (Sent from my BlackBerry) that gets attached to the bottom of each email you send from your Bold.
BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Exploring the APIs - Busy Indicator
A new component has been added to provide feedback to users within your mobile application. There is no cursor to show busy status like in desktop development, so the BusyIndicator component was added specifically for this reason. Using this component is simple.
BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Exploring the APIs - Multi-Touch
One of the navigation methods unique to mobile devices is the ability to interact with an application via gestures on the device’s touch screen. Multi-touch is defined as the ability to simultaneously register three or more touch points on the device. Within Adobe AIR 2.6, there are two event classes used to listen for multi-touch events.
BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Exploring the APIs - Microphone
If your application requires the use of the device’s microphone, you'll need to select the record_audio and play_audio permissions when creating your project.
BlackBerry Java Application Development : Importing the HelloWorldDemo sample application
Projects that have been imported are not activated by default. I'm not sure if this is by design or a bug, but the bottom line is that if you want to run an application after importing it you must activate it.
BlackBerry Java Application Development : Starting the Eclipse IDE, Launching Eclipse for the first time
Your Explorer preferences may be set up slightly differently than in the following screenshot. The important thing to look for here is the file with the purple globe icon in it. The name may be Eclipse or Eclipse.exe, again depending on your preferences.
BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Exploring the APIs - Camera Roll
Let’s review the code that follows. First, you will notice there is a private variable named cameraRoll declared of type flash.media.CameraRoll. Within applicationComplete of the application, an event handler function is called; it first checks to see if the device supports access to the image gallery by reading the static property of the CameraRoll class.
BlackBerry Tablet Applications : Exploring the APIs - Camera UI
If your application requires the use of the device’s camera, you will need to select the use_camera permission to access the camera and the access_shared permission to read the new image when you’re creating your project.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Setting Up Email for the First Time
Your BlackBerry is designed to retrieve your email from up to ten different email accounts and, if you are connected to a BlackBerry Enterprise Server, one corporate email account. When your BlackBerry receives your email, all your messages will be displayed in your Messages inbox.
BlackBerry Bold 9700 and 9650 Series : Email Set Up - Learn Your BlackBerry and Getting Around
Depending on the particular phone company that supplied your BlackBerry, you may see more or fewer icons on your Home screen-similar to your computer's desktop. You will see a different background picture than the one shown in Figure 1.
The BlackBerry Mobile Data System : Configuring MDS
You can use some special configuration settings to help you better troubleshoot your applications and allow you to verify the identity of a BlackBerry application user without having to prompt the user for credentials.
The BlackBerry Mobile Data System : Knowing That Your Data Is Being Securely Transmitted, Using the BlackBerry MDS Simulator
The BlackBerry MDS simulator provides developers with a local copy of the BlackBerry MDS service the BlackBerry device simulators can use to connect to local and network resources.
 
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