Updating flash player on blackberry pearl
More Die-hard Black Berry fans will be glad to hear that the addition of all these consumer-friendly features hasn't lessened the device's prowess as a stellar messaging device.
It also supports AOL, ICQ, MSN, and Yahoo instant messaging networks.
It's slim, it looks great, ticks all the right boxes and adds the killer instant email feature.
For kids who are on email all the time, its a great feature - and the fact that RIM is already starting to... Well, as a consumer device, it's a definite success.
Telus has not agreed to replace it and at this point will only replace it with a rebuilt device for 0.
I am very disappointed both in the device and in Telus.
Telus has not agreed to replace it and at this point will only replace it with a rebuil...
I've also had other people tell me about simulair problems they had with the Black Berry phones.. Too much options and things onto one phone , just means more problems... Less I am very disappointed with my Blackberry Pearl 8100 through Telus Mobility.Less A few weeks before my birthday my Much Music phone of three years had to die, It was a tank I loved it. The volume button died on me, it no longer decreases Its slower...So for my birthday my loving parents decided to waste 300 on a blackberry pearl. More A few weeks before my birthday my Much Music phone of three years had to die, It was a tank I loved it. The volume button died on me, it no longer decreases Its slower than my first apple computer in 97 If you want internet, be prepared to make a meal while you wait, it takes about ten minutes All sd chips that i put into my phone die.. the trackball falls out, gets dirty, wont roll I cant remember a time when it did not freeze It drops calls, I get half a text, or i wont get a text at all, it takes forever to send a text out, it calls out on its own my ringer doesnt work half the time, neither does the vibration.Unlike its suit and tie predecessors, the Pearl is very thin and fits nicely into a pocket. The Pearl ditches the QWERTY keyboard and scroll wheel that made Blackberry famous.In their place are RIM's Sure Type keyboard, which has two letters on each key, and a trackball navigator similar to that found on the Sidekick.