Need to turn off wireless synch in my Contacts-followed the BB instructions-Can't find the Wireless Synchronization field to change or clear. Desperately need to psych COntacts in BB with PC as I have many duplicates.
I just got the Curve 9300. I can't seem to sync the contacts and calendar with my Mac's BB Desktop Manager. It shows the message, "... turn off wireless synchronization by opening Address Book on the device... etc." There isn't such an option available.
I have an AT&T Blackberry Torch 9800. I am using Blackberry Internet Service (BIS).I need to disable the AT&T Address Book contact synchronization feature from my device.Prior to the activation of the AT&T Address Book contact synchronization feature, I was successfully syncing my Google contacts with the Default address book on the device. Now that the AT&T Address Book has been activated, syncing with my Google contacts is no longer possible.I have not discovered how to disable the AT&T Address Book contact synchronization feature. The only option available is to "sync now" (with AT&T Address Book).
I have performed a Security Wipe on the device. It appears that it does not disable the AT&T Address Book contact synchronization feature, which reappears again.On the AT&T Blackberry Torch 9800, under Setup, there are different icons for features you want to set up. One of them is called AT&T Address Book. When you click on that icon, it begins the registration process for AT&T Address Book. You have the choice to Accept or Decline.Once accepted, all future contacts created on the device can only be listed on the AT&T Address Book contact list. It is no longer possible to create contacts in the Default address book on the device.
<Blackberry Knowledge Base reference: AT&T Address Book>KB24080 - Synchronization with the AT&T Address Book in BlackBerry 6 the AT&T Address Book provides the ability to synchronize contacts on the BlackBerry® smartphone to an online AT&T Address Book that can be accessed by visiting [URL]. After an account is created, contacts can be added, edited, and viewed using this online resource. The contacts are saved on the AT&T network, and can be easily recovered or restored in the event of an upgrade, damage, or loss of a BlackBerry smartphone. Below is a list of features advertised with the AT&T Address Book: Automatic Backup: Your contacts on a compatible AT&T mobile phone are backed up to your AT&T Address Book, and changes you make are automatically saved. Online Access: Conveniently access, manage, and text message your contacts from a computer. Note: Contacts stored within the AT&T Address Book on the BlackBerry smartphone will not synchronize via the BlackBerry® Desktop Software to a Personal Information Management (PIM) application on the computer (for example, Microsoft Outlook). The BlackBerry Desktop Software is designed to synchronize information between a PIM application and the BlackBerry smartphone using the smartphone's default contact list service. As the AT&T Address Book creates its own service that is not accessible for synchronization (as it cannot be set as the default service for synchronization), the BlackBerry Desktop Software continues to synchronize with the default service and not the AT&T Address Book.Users will notice that their AT&T Address Book data does not transfer to their PIM application on their computers, but that the computer information is stored in a separate service on the BlackBerry smartphone after synchronization. This is by design.
When I try to synchronise address book and tranfer contacts from mobile to desktop , it does not synchronise. stops at contact 881 and says Error encountered. Error code - 0x80043ac9. Check documentation.
I am considering buying an Incredible to replace my BB curve and I have the following questions about the Incredible's true capabilities.How does the synchronization of of address book information work with a Mac? Specifically, I have accumulated entries in my Mac address book where the address, be it physical, e-mail, or phone is labeled "Boston" or "Summer Home" etc. and both the BB program and the Mark Space program won't transfer any entries that don't match the rigid blackberry set of work, home, fax, mobile. Will the address book program that comes with the Incredible and any synching software allow the kind of flexibility I have with the Mac address book? Address will be transferred as "Boston," etc. and not dropped. Must I do all this with the Google cloud, or can I transfer data directly from the Mac to the Incredible?How well does the voice recognition software work? At first the voice recognition worked on my BB, but as the software "learned" my voice it became completely useless.How easy is the Incredible to use with one hand?
From time to time, I really need turn by turn with voice commands navigation. Is Google maps really a viable alternative for Verizon Navigator? How well does the Android work with a weak signal? I have seen various complaints about the Incredible working with poor signals. Any truth to this? At my house and office, signal strength varies between 2G and 3G but for either signal fluctuates between -95 and -105 db. Will the HTC work with this poor of a signal? I have heard the screen is hard to read in full sun? How about a sunny day in a car when I am trying to make a phone call? Is it true with the Incredible on Verizon I can get Tethering and not pay extra for it like the BB?
Having just bought a "Bold 9700" I am new to the BlackBerry-World. I would like to sync my emails (e.g. the emails I wrote and sent on the road) and the adress book entries of the device (software version 188.8.131.523) with "Windows Mail" on my home computer (OS Visa, SP 2). Up to now I couldn't find out how to do this, either with the "Desktop Manager" (version 5.0.1) or with some other piece of software (???). Potentialy it looks like the "DesktopManager" could be up to this task, but the box to check for this is not highlighted, so I can not select this option.
I'm trying to synchronize the contacts on my BB Bold 9780 with the desktop software. However it says that I need to turn off the wireless synchronization option on my device. I've gone to contacts, but I simply can't find any wireless synchronization option.
I have the BB 9650 with OS 6.0. I've been trying to sync my Calendar via my BB Desktop, but it isn't working because it says that I need to Turn Off the Wireless Sync function. I tried to followed the below instructions as indicated but after I click Options, steps 3,4,5, and 6 are not available. In the contact list, a calendar, the task list, or the memo list, press the 2. Click Options3. To synchronize calendar entries, click a calendar.4. Change the Wireless Synchronization field to Yes.5. Press the menu Key 6. Click Save
I was trying to create a sub folder in my address book & now I can't find my original add book. The add book icon is still there, but there are no contacts in it. The best i remember i hit filter and chose business & typed in a name for what i thought would be a new folder or group. i'm not sure what happened, but I can't see any of my contacts. I have switched from personl to business & back again & it says "no contacts" on both. But if I go to email & put in a letter all of my old contacts that begin with that letter show up. & my speed dials still work. But if i go to sms/mms & do compose sms it shows "No Addresses"....well I spoke too soon...now if i go to email & type in a letter it don't show a list of ppl that begin with that letter.... I have tried taking the battery out with the phone off & on & it's still the same....
I am trying to turn off wireless synchronisaiton of my address book on BES but it is not allowing me to do so. I have gone to CONTACTS > OPTIONS > DESKTOP > WIRELESS SYNCHRONISATION > SELECTED "NO" > WHEN I COME TO PRESS "SAVE" IT DOESNT ALLOW IT. IF I TRY TO EXIT IT STATES "CHANGES MADE! SAVE/DISCARD/CANCEL". If i select "SAVE". It doesnt allow me to exit and doesnt take effect?
i have blackberry 9810 and i want to send my contacts from my address book on my macbook pro to my blackberry . i installed the blackberry desktop software Then I connect my blacberry to my macbook pro and the sync started .the calender , notes , tasks was Synchronized and every thing was ok but the contacts didnt Synchronize and I do not know why..
i have a blackberry curve 8520. at the momment i have 288 contacts but i can not add more. I go to menu, address book, new contact, the window give me the options, i add the information (name, phone, email, etc) and when i want to save the contact it do not save
i tried to reboot removing the battery for a minute and restart but still with the same problem.
Also i figured out that when y sync my bb with the desktop manager, the address book is not sync it says (Adress book not installed) that is why i can not swipe the contacts to reinstall the info because i have no back up of the address book
Just got this phone and manually input all of my contacts with no problem. One day later, all those contacts are gone and it won't let me add more contacts. I have even tried adding them to my SIM and then copying them over...but still nothing.
I had an address book with 44 contacts on my Blackberry Curve 9300. I back it up regularly on my desktop computer. After I installed my Yahoo email on my Blackberry and added 1 new contact my existing address book disappeared! When I try to restore it from my Blackberry desktop software the option for "address book" is dimmed thus not available.v
After several years of easily syncing my BlackBerry Curve 8530 to my Mac, I suddenly can't do it. I get the following error message: The Address Book database cannot be accessed for synchronization. For help resolving this issue, refer to KB19454 in the BlackBerry Desktop Software Knowledge Base.I can't find KB19454 in the database. I can't find a way to call BlackBerry to resolve this. My Sprint store won't touch my Mac (and vice versa).
Have had my Curve for ages and added a contact a day or so ago. Upgraded some applications from BB World (don't know if there is a connection) and tried adding a new contact but this error message appears: Uncaught exception: Application net_rim_bb_addressbook_app (216) is not responding; process terminated (by the way the two upgrades were for Twitter and BB Messenger)Is it coincidence that I've just installed a couple of upgrades and this has now happened?
Curve 8530 on Verizon Wireless Access to Corporate resources and email via BESI also access Gmail from the deviceRight now I am not synching over the air - that has never worked. I'm using Desktop Manager, and recently downgraded to Version 5.01. When I connect the device and configure for Address Book sync the application starts the process, then craps out without synching. I've rebooted the PC, reloaded the application without success.
I am trying to synch my adress book with my corporate BES 4.1. It was working fine up until a week ago when I noticed some contacts were not downloading from my outlook address book. After trying to download the address book a couple of times I wiped the addresses out by deleting the Desktop (SYNC) file from the service book and tried to resync with the server. This time it looks like it is downloading all of the addresses (1034 of them) but when I go to the adress book there is still nothing there. The Desktop(SYNC) file reappears but no addresses.
While I connect my blackberry and see the contact in media, I could see all my contacts but I cant see my contacts from the phone. how to see all the contacts from device. Just to confirm that there is no filter enable on my phone.