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Old 01-21-2008, 07:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have two different questions.

One is that, whenever a new item is waiting on my curve, like an email, or a missed call, when I take the phone out of the holster, the item is automatically opened. Is there a way to avoid this?

And as a second question, is there a way to tell for an application, which data plan it uses (like wap or BB data plan?).
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for the first one, I think there is nth you can do to aviod, maybe there are some users know!
but as the second one, u can call up your carrier, and ask them about it, cos for my carrier, for unlimited data, they dont include wap it is best to call them up and ask!
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For the first question, there is nothing you can do about it but wait a little longer. It is a default built into the BB to open documents like that. If you don't want it to open, simply wait a little longer to remove your BB from the holster.

Or, as a second option, get a third party case that doesn't have the "sleep mode" magnet in it, then the BB won't know when it is removed from the holster and won't open anything automatically.
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