Sunday, October 25, 2009

Free Blackberry Storm Themes

Here you have some of blackberry storm themes for your lovely blackberry devices. you can free download these theme for here.

Mini Bar Theme

mini bar theme
Download Theme

Halloween Theme

Halloween theme
Download Theme (OTA)

HTC Hero Theme For Storm

HTC Hero Theme For Storm
Download Theme

UFSlideHD Theme

Download Theme

Start Menu Theme

Start Menu Theme
Download Theme

Saturday, October 24, 2009

BlackBerry Mobile Secret Codes

blackberry secret codes mobile phone BlackBerry Mobile Secret Codes – Explore your BlackBerry with secret codes

Decibel meter.
Displays your signal strength in decibels, instead of bars.
Hold “Alt” and press “N”, “M”, “L”, “L” (repeat to reverse the effect).

Address Book file verification.
Checks the data in your Address Book for inconsistencies.
In the Address Book, hold “Alt” and press “V”, “A”, “L”, “D”.

Address Book data structure rebuild.
Forces a data structure re-build in the Address Book…
In the Address Book, hold “Alt” and press “R”, “B”, “L”, “D”.

View source code.
Displays the source code of a Web page.
In the Browser, hold “Alt” and press “R”, “B”, “V”, “S”.

Help Me! menu.
Provides crucial technical information about your device, for when seeking technical support or help in forums…
Hold “Alt” and (left) “shift”, then press “H”.

IMEI display.
Displays your device’s international mobile equipment identity (IMEI – your serial number) on-screen… Also works from all other GSM handsets.
Type “*”, “#”, “0″, “6″, “#” on the Home screen.

“Soft” reset.
Performs a “soft” reset of your device; the equivalent of doing a “battery pull” (ie. Removing the battery for a few seconds).
Press-and-hold “Alt”, then press-and-hold (left) “shift”, then press-and-hold “Del”.

Event Log.
Displays event logs of all the system-level events that occur on your device…
Hold “Alt” and press “L”, “G”, “L”, “G”.

All of these secrets have been tested on the BlackBerry 8800 and BlackBerry Curve 8300; .

In some cases, you will need to be on the Home screen when you enter these codes…
Key shortcuts:
A or C = phonebook
S = search
F = phone profiles
W or B = browser
H = help
K = locks the keys
L = calendar
V = messages
M = messages folder
R = alarm
T = tasks
U = calculator
I = applications
O = options
P = phone

Some new additions thanks to the contributions in this thread:

T – Top of page (in browser)
B – Bottom of page (in browser)
Space – Page down (in browser)
ALT + Right Shift + Del = hard reset
D – Memo pad
U – Switch between hide/unhide in title bar (in browser)
ALT + NMLL = numbers instead of bars for signal strength

Tuesday, October 20, 2009

blackberry mobile: Adobe Systems & RIM working to bring flash

During Adobe’s worldwide developer conference, Adobe Systems & RIM have announced they are jointly working for Adobe Flash Player support to the top smartphones for Blackberry. RIM is joining the Open Screen Project, a broad initiative dedicated to enabling standalone applications and richer Web browsing across Mobile phone, televisions, desktops and other consumer electronic devices through the Adobe Flash Platform. The collaboration is expected to bring the full Flash Player browser runtime to Blackberry smartphones.

RIM and Adobe wants to deliver a great Flash technology experience on blackberry smartphones and to enable users to enjoy the exciting content and services that Flash technology developers and content creators are bringing to the Web,” said Alan Brenner, SVP at Research In Motion.

Led by Adobe, the Open Screen Project includes close to 50 industry leaders working together to provide a consistent run time environment and user experience across mobile phones, desktops, and other consumer electronics devices. The initiative addresses the challenges of web browsing on a broad range of devices, and removes the barriers to publishing content and applications seamlessly across screens. For more information, visit

BlackBerry Curve 8520 comes to Serbia

Serbian users can now buy Blackberry Curve 8520 smartphone through Vip . The prices prices starts from just 1 RSD. Curve 8520 smartphone a new addition to the BlackBerry Curve with .

BlackBerry Curve 8520 smartphone comes packed with Wi-Fi with fast Web browsing and extended data coverage.


Specs of BlackBerry curve 85200 smartphone

  • 2 MP digital camera with zoom and video recording.
  • blackberry curve phone book
  • Easy-to-use full-QWERTZ keyboard and touch-sensitive optical trackpad for reliable, responsive typing and navigation.
  • 256MB Flash memory and a 512Mhz next generation processor for enhanced performance.
  • BlackBerry® Internet Service support for access to up to 10 supported email accounts, including most popular ISP email accounts such as yahoo!®, Windows Live™ Hotmail®, AOL® and Gmail
  • 2 MP digital camera with zoom and video recording.
  • Expandable memory via hot swappable microSD/SDHC memory card slot, supporting up to 16 GB cards today and expected to support next generation 32GB cards when available; a 2GB card is included.
  • Quad-band world phone: EGDE/GPRS/GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)

BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac computers

Mac users with Blackberry phone can syncs their contacts, calendar appointments, tasks and notes with the new blackberry desktop manager. Mac BlackBerry Desktop Manager users can sync can sync their data from these applications Mac applications like iCal, Address Book, Microsoft® Entourage.blackberry desktop manager software is designed to run on Mac computers with Mac OS 10.5.5 and higher and supports BlackBerry smartphones running BlackBerry OS 4.2 and higher

User can download BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac computers from this location on Friday, October 2 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.

BlackBerry Desktop Manager Software also integrates BlackBerry Media Sync, enabling Mac users to sync their iTunes® music collections with their BlackBerry smartphone. From within the BlackBerry Desktop Manager software, users simply select the desired iTunes playlists and the music, including song information and album art, is quickly transferred onto their BlackBerry smartphone.

Friday, October 16, 2009

BlackBerry Bold 9700 official on T-Mobile Germany, November launch confirmed

Perhaps the worst kept secret till now -- outside of Walt Mossberg's embargo slipups -- was that T-Mobile and the latest BlackBerry flagship device were set for a November marriage. Hell, there were even invitations to the party. So, whether you call it the Bold 2, the 9700, or the Onyx, come next month you'll be able to lovingly place its 480 x 360 display, WiFi antennae and all that other hotness in a Curve-sized space inside your pocket. We can expect this first official confirmation to be followed by similar appearances in the US and across Europe as the 9700 begins its ascension to the throne of the BlackBerry kingdom. Thanks to for this post

Walt Mossberg leaks the BlackBerry Storm 2

Well, well, looks like Unkie Walt accidentally programmed his calendar to publish a combined preview of the Motorola CLIQ and the BlackBerry Storm 2 a little earlier than everyone else. Nothing particularly insightful on the CLIQ, but Mossy says RIM's latest is a big improvement over the original Storm -- mostly because of the revamped touchscreen, which provides "faster, smoother typing." Yep, that's pretty much what we were expecting. Walt's also high on the inclusion of WiFi and the portrait-mode keyboard, but ain't nothing gonna make that BlackBerry browser any good, and the big guy says the touch interface still feels tacked to the rapidly-aging BlackBerry OS. So Walt -- now that you've confirmed RIM and Verizon's big holiday launch, what can you tell us about pricing and availability? "Likely to appear in November at around $200," you say? Thanks, buddy. You're always so dependable. Video that we took of a broken Storm 2 prototype in May after the break, tons of pics in the gallery. read more Walt Mossberg leaks the BlackBerry Storm 2