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Old 02-16-2006, 02:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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as I read beforehand, Or is it just me...? LOL

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1) Are there any ringtones on the phone?? If so, where are they stored?

2) Is there any automatic way to bring up your contacts on the sim card automatically when hitting contacts. It shows "no contacts", then I have to hit the scroll, then hit "sim card"


3) When I hit sim card, and I wanna hit B for Bill McKenzie, it brings up nothing if there are no last names beginning with B. How do I get it to search for that letter in the first names??

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To get to ringtones go to profiles click wheel and tben show tunes. To copy your sim numbers open sum phonebook click wheel and choose copy all to phonebook. If you can't find help on how to do something one easy way is to just check the menus in each application on your blackberry
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RIM can help with the docs and they have a nice 7100 series demo..
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thanks much. and how would i have viewed this on my handheld/pocket pc/palm/smartphone (Which is the 7105t)? It says 'click on MY THREADS list' in email. But there was no MY THREADS list in the email. Did I need to goto the forum page first?
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A fast way to get to your thread is to bookmark it. Once you get the reply you seek delete the bookmark
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So goto the site on the BB and bookmark it? How would I have read it from the email that was sent to my BB. I could use the link that was given for "PC" purposes. But it said something like "If trying to access the thread from the BB, use the "my threads " button" Is there such thing? lol
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