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Old 01-16-2008, 03:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Are these things displayed and I simply don't see this during an incoming call, or does there need to be an application or something for this to show?
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Wow... I have a contact with 3 numbers (mobile, home, work).
She called today.
I didn't notice the number and had to ignore the call as I was in a meeting.
Call Log displayed that she called.
The Call Log did NOT display where she called from!?!?! How am I supposed to know where to call back.... is there a feature I haven't enabled?
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Weird...caller ID on my vzw 8830 shows whether one of my contacts called from their home, work or cell numbers, exactly like i have them listed in my address book...
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When you select the name from the call log it will prompt you and call the number they last called from, unless you select different.
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Wow... I have a contact with 3 numbers (mobile, home, work).
She called today.
I didn't notice the number and had to ignore the call as I was in a meeting.
Call Log displayed that she called.
The Call Log did NOT display where she called from!?!?! How am I supposed to know where to call back.... is there a feature I haven't enabled?
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When you select the name from the call log it will prompt you and call the number they last called from, unless you select different.
Maybe I'm using an older version of the OS without this update!?
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Procedure
To disable the Content Protection option on the BlackBerry device, complete the following steps:

On the BlackBerry device Home screen, select Options.
Click Security Options.
Click General Settings.
Change the Content Protection option to Disabled.
Click the trackwheel and select Save.
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