Thursday, March 4, 2010

Blackberry Optimization (Setting Memory and Battery)

Most people would already have a smart phone like the BlackBerry, well here I’ll try to tell you tips on how to optimize your smart phone called the BlackBerry.
Battery Optimization
  • Turn off LED indicator lights (red and green lights that sparkle). The light is attractive, but it actually takes power from the battery.
  • Minimize voice alerts. Activate only SMS, Phone, BB Messenger, or calls that are considered important. So not all is necessarily activated.
  • Backlight Brightness of minus and change it into Time Out. Brightness setting standard in each BB device is 100. It can be changed to 80 or 90 or anything as long as you feel quite comfortable in the room.
Memory Optimization
  • Restart your Blackberry, remove the battery if necessary. With this step, you have it refresh the device. It’s recommended once a day.
  • Remove or uninstall option that does not use the language, remove the program or application that’s never used by Device Manager. Typically, the default setting of RIM is still a lot of language choices.
If your BlackBerry device is not ideal, you should update the latest firmware from the official website of the site operator or RIM.
Some tips for BlackBerry users who frequently travel abroad. There are some things that need to be considered by the user of Blackberry before traveling (abroad) so that his/her bills don’t swell.
  • Activate Wi-Fi. Turn off your BlackBerry data services if you do not want your bills swell. If no Wi-Fi;
  • Just enable personal e-mail only.
  • Do not open the mailing list.
  • Do not open the Contact list on the various types of Instant Messenger (YM, MSN Live, etc.).
  • Do not too often send and receive large capacity files.
Well, besides that, there is one thing which Blackberry owners should know before they travel abroad.
Search roaming partner of the BlackBerry service that we use. For example, you want to travel to Thailand. Before leaving, you should contact your operator customer service. Then ask, if they cooperate with one operator in Thailand. If there is, you do not have to worry about bills swell over the BlackBerry there.

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