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Old 03-05-2009, 12:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi all i was just wondering i ordered my first blackberry the 8900 last nite should get it in a couple days. been using a nokia 6620 for 4 years (since it was new). anything i should do wen i first get it? ne tips?
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hehe i just got it delivered and turned it on
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Sit back, marvel at the technology, and then ask yourself why you waited so long to switch to a blackberry.
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Sit back, marvel at the technology, and then ask yourself why you waited so long to switch to a blackberry.
I am guessing you asked this question to yourself multiple number of times.. actually I did the same too !!
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i did have a question on it havent really used it yet and since im upgrading from a nokia 6620 its going to be a BIG learning curve im assuming 6 months maybe more but i had written notes in my nokia (.txt files) and wanted to transfer them to my berry how do i do that?
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anyone?
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how about you email it to yourself?
if you have a microSD card, you can just plug in your BB to the computer and a drive letter will appear
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