Question about RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100
Google your model.
(go to Internet browser and type in search term, your make and model or at least the manufacturer if you don't have any relevant hits.) Start specific and then general if you don't get results.
If you don't have Internet, does your town/city have a library with free Internet or a coffeshop that has Internet kiosks? Small fee will get you access.
Go to Brighthand and start reading forum contributions. If you have a Palm, then manuals can be downloaded from Palm site. You can take them as PDFs, text, or save as HTML webpage complete files. It's likely similar for what ever model you have.
FYI: non-digital notebook users also call their notepads PDAs so be aware when things don't make sense on your research They are talking about different ways to bundle and display small pads of paper, not electronic digital devices. LOL
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