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Old 08-21-2008, 12:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TinyLock is a samll utility for BlackBerry, locks the BlackBerry keyboard when the backlight turns off.

A useful function: Just do a lock keyboard when you are on the Homescreen, so when your read rss news, write message etc, when the backlight turns off it will not lock your keyboard automatically.

TinyLock also supports "Don't lock keyboard" when the USB is connected option.

It's free


BTW. You need os 4.2 or higher to run it.

the alx/cod file is here
ota download is here

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Old 08-21-2008, 12:20 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Thanks for the post.

Perhaps there is a language barrier in your typing, as I find the description of the application difficult to follow.
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Thanks for the post.

Perhaps there is a language barrier in your typing, as I find the description of the application difficult to follow.
Thank you for your reply, yes my english is not well, so you see
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ok, thought so.

I would be glad to help you clean it up some, but parts of it I am not sure what to do.
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ok, thought so.

I would be glad to help you clean it up some, but parts of it I am not sure what to do.
Thanks, which parts, may be I can clean it up.
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Read your first post, is that clear where I edited?
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Read your first post, is that clear where I edited?
Yes, I see.
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Does this mean the program was coded with bad syntax or something like that? Should we be afraid to try it?
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Or worse maybe some spyware!!!
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Does this mean the program was coded with bad syntax or something like that? Should we be afraid to try it?
No, the code is good.
write code is not write article
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Or worse maybe some spyware!!!
No spyware
Any software on BlackBerry must be signature by RIM.
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write code is not write article
Alright, I'll give it a try.
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It's worked perfect for me.
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I see no point in this app.Also, if I didn't change anything why does it ask if I want to save changes? Your website ain't that well written either.Get someone who knows English to help you out, it will make your programs look a lot more trustworthy. Everything is in the presentation, the world is into "user friendly" everything.
Good luck
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I see no point in this app.Also, if I didn't change anything why does it ask if I want to save changes? Your website ain't that well written either.Get someone who knows English to help you out, it will make your programs look a lot more trustworthy. Everything is in the presentation, the world is into "user friendly" everything.
Good luck
Thanks,
When the application close the will commit the data to memory, so you will get the dialog to ask you.
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It's worked perfect for me.
i erased auto lock off my phone to try this one. when my backlight goes off it doesn't lock.
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When the application close the will commit the data to memory, so you will get the dialog to ask you.
IT should know whether the data is already in the memory or not. No changes should mean it already has the data it needs in the memory.
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i erased auto lock off my phone to try this one. when my backlight goes off it doesn't lock.
Default if you are not on Home screen it will not lock your keyboard automatically.
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IT should know whether the data is already in the memory or not. No changes should mean it already has the data it needs in the memory.
Yes I will be do that on next version.
But when I test it on 8310(4.5) and 8800(4.5), It's worked fine, I will try to find why.

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ok. got it working now.
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