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I need documentation that my Motorola H700 was paired with my blackberry during a particular call. Is there a pairing log in my blackberry 9630 or my H700?

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  • dinaink Nov 06, 2010

    Any guidance specific to the Blackberry Tour 9630?

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Hello,

As far as I know, both devices don't have any kind of pairing logs. The blackberry as a complex device could have a log stored in it, I know the H700 doesn't have any kind of storage so it doesn't process or keep any logs in it.

Looking around for the logs, few things you can try.

For Pearl, Curve's, and Bold:
From the main menu of the device (where all your applications/folders are displayed), press and hold the "ALT" key, then the letters L G L G

For the Storm:
Hold the device with the BlackBerry logo on top (i.e., in portrait orientation, not landscape orientation, not sideways). On the main device screen where all your application icons/folders are displayed (not while you're within an application), press "MENU" and select "Show Keyboard". Press and hold the "!?123" key (a little lock will show up next to the key) for approximately three seconds, then ",5,5" (comma five comma five) and the log will be displayed.

Posted on Nov 05, 2010

  • Ekse Nov 06, 2010

    unfortunately no, you could possibly connect it to your computer and browse around the files in the device look for logs, text files etc. but I haven't owned a blackberry myself, Not sure how much it lets you look around via a computer.

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