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thiscantbereal 12-27-2011 12:35 AM

Is this possible?
 
So, I will forward this by saying that I currently own a blackberry curve, an iPod touch, a MacBook, and recently, an android tablet. I have them all for their different reasons, but let be real, I use social networking on all of them. Therefore I get notifications on at least 3 devices any time I'm connected to a wifi network. Is there anyway i could turn off the notifications on my blackberry when I'm connected to specific networks? I obviously don't want to turn off my texts, but Facebook/twitter/and possibly email just come as an annoyance on my blackberry as I'm more likely to check the notification on one of my other devices, and the way notifications work on my blackberry, it's difficult and terribly annoying to click on every.single.notification.



Anyways, does anyone know if this is possible? I'm all for round about ways to get
Also my devices perfectly customized. I know of sites like IFTTT so I know the tech is the around, but I really don't know if that kind of thing is at all available to the blackberry world.

Also, I know I sound like an obsessive prick and this will just add to that, but I would rather not turn off the notifications completely, since I ejoy using the blackberry apps while not connected to wifi. And the "only notify me during these times" thing is kind of impractical.

So anyway, if anyone knows anything I don't know, or any response you could give me would be greatly appreciated!!! Thank you!

Motorcycle Mama 12-27-2011 05:55 AM

Re: Is this possible?
 
The answer is "No".

Dubdub 02-25-2012 08:52 AM

Re: Is this possible?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Techfreakd (Post 1769054)
Right this is not Possible.......

Are you really using a 7100T?


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