Re: Scan badge number on Blackberry Rim 857 wiht apriva
I have the same setup, I pushed in (to the left), the wheel thing or the one below, and it gave me a prompt to type in the badge number, I typed 1 and pushed in the wheel thing to enter it and I got to the main screen (with Aprivamessenger (the smiley face), Messages (the envelopes icon) and so on. I know NOTHING about this system. I bought it hoping to scan barcodes for my library.
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if you open up your phone where your battery is..there you will find the imei number of your phone..it should be written at the back usually together with the barcode and other numbers..it is indicated imei number..
There isn't a difference. RIM is the company that makes all "Blackberry" model products. Kind of like Honda makes all the CIVICS no matter which civic you have..
So once you know it's a Blackberry - you already know RIM makes it, you really don't need to say RIM. Usually you say Blackberry and the model (Pearl, Curve, Tour, Storm, etc..) and nowadays they change the model numbers everytime they make a small change..
To make and receive calls the procedure is same in Blackberry,
You can send and receive messages and click on ALT key to change the letter case from numbers to Letters,
You can use the functions using the Blackberry Menu key and the Track ball,
However the procedure to use options in the Blackberry device differs from Option to Option.
Please write it to us the exact function which you want to use so that we can help you with the same in detail, as there multiple functions in Blackberry.
An unspecified error has occurred with an application on your Blackberry smartphone.
In BlackBerry Desktop Manager, run the BlackBerry Application Loader tool. Note: The following procedure will delete all data and applications from your BlackBerry smartphone.
Disconnect your Blackberry smartphone from your computer.
Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
Open BlackBerry Application Loader.
Reset your Blackberry smartphone.
Remove the battery cover.
Remove and reinsert the BlackBerry battery to reset the BlackBerry smartphone.
Replace the battery cover.
To perform a hard reset on a RIM 850 device, RIM 857 device, RIM 950 device, or RIM 957 device, insert the end of a paperclip inside the small hole on the back of the BlackBerry device.
When the LED indicator has turned on, reconnect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer.
On the following screen you will see either USB:Unknown or USB:; click Next.
Select the required applications from the applications list and click Next. The firmware is loaded to your BlackBerry smartphone.
Warning: The following procedures will delete either all data, or all data and applications on the BlackBerry smartphone. Back up the data on your BlackBerry smartphone before performing this procedure.