BB Curve 8900 :: MMS Message Service Appears To Be Missing From Menu
Mar 2, 2010
I purchased a Curve 8900 locked to t-mobile which i unlocked with a code purchased via a website, everything is okay and working with the orange sim card apart from the MMS message service with appears to be missing from the menu, updating the software via the update service dose not make any difference, also to access the internet the webNwalk from t-mobile application is still there, although this is not a problem i wondered if there was a way to remove that and find out where the MMS option is.
i recently upgraded my x10i to android 2.1, everytime i press the power button to lock the screen it disconnect me from my network, no service message appears, so everytime i press the power button again to unlock the screen i have to enter my pincode and reconnect again, hence, i dont recieve any messages and calls whenever i lock the screen or when screen times out?
I have not had my blackberry curve very long but I seem to have lost half of my messenger menu options. I can no longer invite people to join and only have the group options available. How to restore my menu?
I am unable to receive videos via Bluetooth because when I go Media >>>> Media Type >>>> Options, I don't see the "Receive via Bluetooth option. My Bluetooth is turned on and our phones are paired, but the menu option is missing on my phone.What could be wrong, and how can I fix it, will doing a factory reset to reset the phone back to v5 and then reinstalling 6 OS fix this problem.
I just switched from a 8310 to a 8900 and then I downgraded to OS v220.127.116.111 because my standby button would not work. What has happened is that I have lost my memo pad completely.and I have tried everything mentioned by anyone on the various sites.I tried the app loader, but the memo pad application does not show up.I tried showing all apps and looked in each folder, but it is not there,Checked in the applications list on the phone and its not there ,even did the "press the D button" after changing the call from home screen thing.the memo pad is so very important for me and I really want to get it installed asap
I have recently installed FB 18.104.22.168 through the Desktop Application Loader. I installed this version since I do not have a data plan. My problem is that I can't find the FB icon anywhere. I've googled this and tried all the solutions (restart phone, remove battery, change theme, show all applications) but to no avail. I have a BB Curve 8900 with OS 22.214.171.124.
This week I left an employer to go to another one. I have not started with the new one yet. I have a personal BB Curve 8900 with work email and one personal email on it. This evening I got the email from the old employer IT dept that they had terminated the work email and BB BES service. Nearly simultaneously, I lost all my personal contacts (which were downloaded off my old flip phone when I got the BB, not from the employer), my personal email account, my calendar, and the memopad documents I had saved for the last 7 months. The phone also reset, removed my password, reset the ringtone, reset the bluetooth settings for my PLT510, and who knows what else. The only evidence that this was still my phone was that my pictures and .mp3s are still there. when an employer terminates blackberry service, is it possible for them to essentially wipe your blackberry clean without your knowledge or consent? If so, how can you set it so that doesn't happen again? If not, is it possible that it is just a huge, inconvenient coincidence, and my BB is experience a major technical difficulty?
I bought a 8900 curve blackberry from a guy in Romania Bucharest who said got it from Hungary. I activated blackberry email from my operator witch is Vodafone Romania but when I try to login on http://mobileemail.vodafone.ro/ to create my email this message appears: Your BlackBerry Internet Service Account is suspended or deactivated. Please contact your wireless service provider at 0725 and vodafone operator said the problem comes from RIM who is transmitting this message.
One (as there are many) of the big frustrations with using an Apple iPhone and bluetooth is that you have to click through four screens to actually find teh Bluetooth button, and the second screen (after clicking in Settings) throws up 'General' just off screen. This is VERY ANNOYING when you are pressed for time and want to get you car Bluetooth connecting to iPhone (as I do not and will not leave Bluetooth permanently switched on for obvious reasons - personal health and battery drain). SO..... one solution, as enjoyed by most of the other manufacturers mobile handsets on planet Earth is to have the bluetooth function accessible/switchable on the iPhone home screen at all times. YES - that would work nicely like it does for millions of others with Android phones etc
So my question is - can I change something on my iPhone 4S to make bluetooth switch accessible on the homescreen rather than buried 4 layers down like it is is so very annoyingly now? I am guessing the answer is 'no' but I will wait to hear if my current sense of futility about this can be overturned by hearing it is possible.
I have a small problem that a lot of users seem to have with BB 8900. A Blackberry Maps application has been installed on my device (version 4.6.1), but the icon to start it up is missing. I have seen some posts regarding that problem but none of the proposed solutions seem to work, including reinstallation of the application (upon trying I get a message that Blackberry Maps is not compatible with the software I have installed). I have recently updated OS to 126.96.36.199 (platform 188.8.131.52) so my soft is definitely up-to date. I am clueless as to what to do now.
This afternoon, i looked at my blackberry and i saw my LED flashing, and on the screen the little message symbol is at the top. This obvioulsy means i have a message. The strange thing is, i dont have a message, or at least i cant get to it.Any help? LED keeps flashing, and the little envelope icon is there, but i dont have any SMS messges or Email.
I have an 8350i on Nextel and i have loaded OS 5 onto it. (a little background incase you arent aware.. Nextel has not yet released OS 5 but SouthernLinc has and ive been using SouthernLincs version of it for the 8350i for about a month or so with NO issues) I really dont want to have to reload my OS back to 4.6 as there are some major upgrades on 5.0 for the 8350i. You guys think it might be that im running OS 5? I also have the "Boostberry" configuration (aka i have a normal nextel data plan instead of a bb plan) ive had this for about 6 months atleast now without any troubles. So 3 times over the week or so ive turned on my device and had it "register with the network" then i go to compose a sms message or place a call and i get service book not found errors. I reload the service books and it works great for a few days then it happens again. You think its because of running Southernlincs OS 5 thats just not causing me issues or any other ideas of what it may be?? I dont want to downgrade back to 4.6 and spend an hour loading everything just to find out that wasnt my issue.
My blackberry keep vibrating and led is flashing, yet there is no notification or message anywhere. I thought it was a waether app I had installed but deleting that didn't help. Any idea whats going on here? this is REALLY frustrating, its like a false alarm reaching for my blackberry to see there is nothing there
I got the 8230 back in June 2009, but all of sudden a couple of weeks ago it died. So, Verizon sent me a replacement phone; however, there does not appear to be a web browser on the replacement phone. When I go to advance options and then to applications, I think I see what may be a file for a browser, but regardless, no "globe" icon on the main menu or in any of the folders. How do I find/install the web browser?
My text message history is empty. I got my friend to text me, and I received it. It didn't appear in the history, but I went to Search and typed in his name. And it came up, unopened.But when I go back to the original SMS history, it's not there. Nothing is there.
My SMS works fine but I want it to sort it to look like BBM. I have seen people that have their SMS inbox show contacts then when you open it, it shows the whole conversation between you and them, more like BBM. How do you change it from the regular way that shows every SMS you have to person by person?
I have lost the SMS text icon overnight and the ability to receive and identify SMS messages. I removed the battery and all the obvious re-boot operations. But I have got the following message "Uncaught exception: java.lang.NullPointer Exception". Does this mean anything to anyone and is there an easy way to reinstate the facility?
My 8900 has been working wonderfully until just recently. I'm still a novice using it, but I am having a problem getting the yellow envelope icon that alerts you that you have new messages to go off. On the message envelope (or just above it) on the bottom left-hand corner of the screen; when I highlight it, it says, "1 messages". The yellow envelope is also on at this time. But when I open the message box or any of the other email boxes, there are no messages. Of course this is on the home page if I didn't mention that. I cannot find an email, sms or mms message (new) anywhere. Anyone have a suggestion?