Question about RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone
I've had three battery for it and then I finally requested a new phone. I do use most of the applications like email, texting and the telenav GPS. The telenav I use only in the car and it is always plugged into the car charger. last night I was talking on the phone for 3 hours with in plugged into the charger and it did not charge at all it just didn't sie. I charge the phone 3 to 4 times a day and all night
I have a Curve too and my battery life has never been longer than 7 hours, I have to bring my charger to work to make it through the day. I am on my second battery too and no improvement. I have also taken off any programs that may **** battery life and its not helping.
Posted on Oct 08, 2008
The true and correct answer is...
All smartphones eat battery power.
The SMARTPHONES that use less power are modles that are limited to doing less applications at the same time.
Acording to RIM and all of the magazines the Blackberries get 4 to 7 hours of talk time without other apps running.
It sounds like you are getting that much talk time.
If you are running aplications like taking pictures or GPS or music then that time drops.
This is normal. This is normal for all smartphones.
I choose a BB Curve 8900 because as well as a keyboard and a screen that can be seen in the sun the curve gets longer battery life than most any other smartphone.
I know this because I read about all of the smartphones on the market and this is one of the best out there for battery life so I have a charger and two batteries to get me through the day and I knew before I bought it that I would still not be able to hike all day with the GPS on or listen to music all day long because smartphones eat power.
Buy a 3rd battery and a out of the phone charger if you want to USE, really use, a smartphone all day.
I use my BB to wake me then tell me where to go then GPS me there then take pictures before and after my work then listen to music while I work.
Your friends that have the all day long I phone are not using it as hard as you are trying to use your BB.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Warning : Do not enter
any wrong unlock codes on your Blackberry Curve 8310 mobile phones. If
you enter over a certain amount of wrong unlock codes on your Blackberry
Curve 8310 mobile phone, your phone may get hard locked and sometimes
1 - Switch on your Blackberry Curve 8310 with any Sim card and Turn off all Wireless connections.
2 - Go to Settings.
3 - Go to Options.
4 - Select Advanced Options.
5 - Select SIM Card.
6 - Type MEPD using your Blackberry Curve 8310 keyboard (NOTE: You will not see any text appear on the screen while typing MEPD),
7 - Type MEP then hold 'ALT" key and type number 2.(NOTE: You will not see any text appear on the screen while typing MEP2),
8 - You will then be presented with a prompt "Enter Network MEP Code". Type in the Unlock Code and press in the track wheel / jog dial to confirm,
9 - Your Blackberry Curve 8310 will now be unlocked.
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