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Hello to all of you, I am the newest BlackBerry owner and guess what, from Albania!!! Many of you might not know where Albania is but if you know Kosovo, then Albania is Kosovo's mother.

When I had a SPV Windows Mobile I was able to get on line through the USB cable and my PC internet connection. Is there any chance to do that with BlackBerry since here we don't have Mobile Internet?

The second question is: Am I able to use the bluetooth of the blackberry device through my PC via USB Cable?

Sorry for the stupid questions but I got this BlackBerry 7100v and I cannot use it anywhere. It does the calls and sends/receives SMSs but not anything else. I wasn't able to find any good (free) program to have a little fun with my BB like I used to do with my SPV

Thank you in advance.
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