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Old 03-23-2009, 09:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi there,
just wanted to know if anyone out there knows how to take a number/incoming call and save it in my list of phone numbers.?

Can' ever figure out the difference between contacts, phonebook, and so on .....

Simple...yet I can't seem to "get" it.

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Welcome to the forums, Mike.

Go into your call log (Press the green call button), highlight the number you wish to save. With the number highlighted, press the menu key and select Add To Address Book.
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thanks a lot, that was helpful.

I was warned that these smart phones will take some getting used to.
I like the features of email, lots of space for photos and video and
somewhat the touch screen.

Do you also know how to utilize java in this phone. I log in to my pc
via gotomypc and it doesn't work without java?

Also, I try to sync with outlook and I feel that the help comes up very short
of being helpful.

Any great tutorials, preferably video at hand?

Thanks again for your help,
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Contacts and adress book are the same thing.

As for syncing with outlook, the steps are pretty straightforward. So if you need some help just ask!
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OK, also, when I log on to verizon website I need to choose my phone model to get certain instructions.....there are no displays of anything called blackberry...so I was wondering what model I have. It is a black berry storm 9530?
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Options > About will tell you your device model.

Here's the user manual for your device if that's what you're looking for.
http://na.blackberry.com/eng/deliver...rtphone-US.pdf
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Just checked verizon website - look for Support tab and then select phones and devices.
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Here are some step-by-step instructions on synchronizing your device with Outlook

How to synchronize my BlackBerry with my Desktop Computer (Microsoft Windows) | BlackBerryInsight

How to sync Outlook with Blackberry via USB | eHow.com
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