Hiding your phone number during a phone call is a great way to protect your identity if you’re going to make an anonymous call or play a prank on someone. It is also useful when you want to call someone but don’t want them to call you back or have your phone number.
There are different ways to hide your phone number depending on your type of mobile phone and network carrier. I personally do not make use of the option within the phone settings as there have been cases where I forgot to turn it back on and friends I called later on were wondering why I suddenly decided to hide my number.
I’ll try to list out all the methods I can think of.How To [...]
The Event log on a BlackBerry keeps record of system events like app errors, system changes and warnings. The log may be irrelevant when you first start out with your BlackBerry, but in the long run, you may need to do some trimming.
The event log doesn’t seem to have any self delete funtionality, so it just keeps piling up system events until you decide to press the clear log button. One reason to clear your event log if it has gotten incredibly long is to free up a bit of memory space. The individual entries may be just mere text but they can take up more memory space than you can imagine especially when they are in multitude.
To open up the EventLogViewer, go [...]
BlackBerry OS 10 brought us the ability to sideload Android apps on BlackBerry 10 devices, but the issues with sideloading can be numerous to nothing depending on the nature of the app being sideloaded.
If you are having trouble running an Android app on your BlackBerry, or you have had the experience where some functions in an Android app is not properly supported in the Android player, then you should go upgrade to the BlackBerry OS 10.1.2 This version of the OS allows direct installation of Android apps to your BlackBerry, and no the apps are not available in App World.
To install an Android app directly to your BB device, you will have to find and download the APK [...]
Just like the facebook like box, you can attach a BBM channel badge to your website which would display the channel PIN and barcode.
This awesome utility was developed by Alex Kinsella while he was still with BlackBerry. The badge or widget is in the form of a html code which you can easily embed on a webpage. For wordpress, you can put this code into a custom html widget for your sidebar or footer.
[wonda]How to get ze code?[/wonda]
Patience wonda… patience.How To Obtain The HTML Code For The BBM Channel Widget
1. Visit the BBM Channels manager at bbmc.es. You will be required to login with your BlackBerry ID and password.
2. If you have [...]
The most common way, perhaps the easiest way to add a contact on BBM (BlackBerry Messenger)is by using the PIN. A BBM PIN is an 8 character code consisting of numbers and letters (between A and F) which you can use to add the holder of that PIN or device as a BBM contact.
Note though that a BBM PIN is not attached to the user but to the device it runs on (BlackBerry / Android / iPhone). This means that if you lose your smartphone, your pin will be lost as well. Getting a new device means you will get a new BBM PIN, though if you saved a backup of your old device either via BlackBerry Protect or on your PC, you can transfer your existing contacts to your new [...]
Activating BIS on Cell C mobile is not a big deal, but quite a number of people do not know how. BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS) enables you to use some features of your BlackBerry device which requires internet connectivity to function, e.g BBM, Web browser, Push email notifications, Instant messaging, BlackBerry App World e.t.c
1. From your BlackBerry home screen, dial *147# 2. Listen to the voice options and choose option 7 3. Listen to the various BIS plans and packages and choose the one that best suits your needs. Prices of the packages will vary of course depending on the plan you choose. 4. Follow the voice menu to pay for your plan. After payment is successful. 5. [...]