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Old 09-17-2008, 12:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got this and I have some questions if anyone knows how to solve them please i could use the help!

1. Can I set my BB to smart text? where I am typing a word and it 'guesses' the word i am typing so I dont have to type the whole word

2. when i am typing a text for example, how do I go back in the text without deleting it?

3. I don't like how I can see all the history of texts to one person, is there a way to get rid of that without having to go to delete history everytime?

4. How do I get BB messenger numbers?

5. Is there a way I can have the LED light off, but it will blink when i have a message or missed call?
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1) I believe this is only for suretype devices, not QWERTY

2) Hold the alt key and scroll the trackwheel

3) Are you asking if you can delete a message as soon as it is read? I am not sure if this can be done.

4) BBM uses PIN numbers, you will have to ask your friends with blackberrys for their PIN number

5) I am not sure what you are asking. It should only blink to notify you of a new message, etc. Unless you have the coverage indicator on. Go to Options > Screen/Keyboard and turn the LED coverage indicator off.
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