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How do I turn off my blackberry?

I have a blackberry 8300c. I don't know how to lock my keypd automatically.

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To lock the Curve just hold down the Enter/Return key. That works on mine.
you can also download this software:
http://www.geekandproud.net/blackberry-software/

the site has instructions on how to do it.

Posted on Oct 29, 2008

  • geek_jim Oct 29, 2008

    another option would be:


    Go to Options -> Screen/keyboard -> left side convenience key...
    i've set it to lock keypad

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