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Old 10-25-2009, 10:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Blackberry Newbie is there a forum besides FAQ?

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I love this phone ... It's more idot proof than I thought it would be. One day I was on the phone by my laptop and laptop took over the phone by itself. Was kinda scary and cool all at once. I was just hoping it didn't take over my camera as I was naked.

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Now for my questions.

1. How do I get rid of one of the two yellow page icons? Is this takin' up space?

2. How do I turn on the speakerphone?

3. How would I turn it off assuming I can ever get it on?

4. Is there a very fast way to get my voice mail?

5. What do you consider the must have apps?

6. Are there any apps that are standard that could be removed? And if so which ones would you remove? Should I remove any?
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1. Hide them. They don't take up much space; if you try to delete them, AT&T will push them back

2. Press the $ key - see the little speaker above it

3. See 2.

4. Define fast; most BlackBerrys allow you to press the "1" (or W) key to retrieve your voice main

5. There are dozens of threads answering this. There is a New Users Forum and also an Aftermarket Forum with loads of discussions on this very subjective topic.

6. Why don't you play with it for a little while and see what you use and don't use.

Good luck.
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