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Old 04-09-2009, 02:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, I've just bought a 7730 (second hand) and have no idea how to use it. Is there a link to a user manual I could download? Also, I would welcome comments about this phone. What do other users think of it?
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It's a bit on an antique. 16mb RAM. What do you want to use it for?
Here's a link to download the User guide - Livelink - Redirection
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Hmm. Maybe good for basic e-mail and PIM
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Thank you all for replies. I just want it to check emails. I normally only use a mobile phone when my car breaks down!
NJBlackberry: Thanks for the links, but they don't seem to work. I get to pages that list 'getting started' manuals (in various languages) but when I click on them I just go to blank pages. So I'm no further forward and, looking at my little paperweight, I'm still wondering how I'm going to use it! Perhaps I am doing something wrong?
Are there any other routes to get the user guide?
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All links are working fine from my desktop. Sorry you are having issues with them.

Do you have a BlackBerry Data Plan - you must have that in order to check your e-mail.

To help you get started, you may want to check the BlackBerry FAQ web site - BlackBerry FAQ - BlackBerryFAQ

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Success! I have now managed to download and print guides and manuals. I persevered with the links and eventually they worked. It may be that I am using AOL? Anyway, will get cocoa and slippers and get ready for a long read! I have not yet signed up to a service as I bought the 7730 secondhand. 02 has a 'sim only' contract for Blackberrys at 20 per month which looks interesting. Has anyone had experience of this, or any recommendations for other providers? I do appreciate all your comments and help. Best wishes, Ian
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