Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Blackberry Tip - Toggle between applications easily !

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

To toggle between applications on your Blackberry either:

  1. Press and Hold the Alt Key and keep pressing/tapping the Escape button. OR
  2. Press and Hold the Alt Key and Escape buttons while moving the scroll bar to switch to the application you want to.


iPad hacked to run Windows XP

Looks like Windows 95 running on an iPad just isn't enough, with this new hack featuring Windows XP instead, thanks to Dave Soble, CEO of Evolve Technologies. This was made possible running VMWare Connectwise, taking all of 5 minutes of his time. Interesting - will iPad owners be curious enough to run Windows XP on their brand new devices, or do they prefer not to "defile" it with anything Microsoft?


Monday, April 26, 2010

HP Pavilion PCs Offer Swing Motion Controller In India

Monday, April 26, 2010

Details aren’t abundant at the moment, but reports are in that HP has launched a new motion sensing control, dubbed the HP Swing, over in India. The device will be offered with HP Pavilion PCs exclusively, allowing users to enjoy interactive games like tennis, bowling, pool and some others. The computer giant claims that this is the first time motion sensing will be available on the PC, and pricing will begin at about $670 (29,738 Indian Rupees). So now computers are set to challenge the Nintendo Wii as well?



Camera Connection Kit Boosts iPad Functionality

The iPad Camera Connection Kit if finally shipping, and iPad owners can be pleasantly surprised that Apple did not announce all of the kit's capabilities at the keynote speech. Besides reading SD memory cards to import photos, the Camera Connection Kit was expected to provide a USB port for digital cameras. The USB adapter plugs into the Apple 30-pin dock connector on the bottom of the iPad, or into the keyboard dock. What's interesting is what devices Apple has chosen to allow the iPad's USB port to recognize and use.

There's been a lot of attention given to the use of a wireless Bluetooth keyboard with the iPad, but now with the USB adapter it's possible to connect a USB keyboard. For those who already have a USB keyboard this is good news. It will also save a few bucks at the Apple Store compared to the wireless version, and won't require batteries.

The second surprise is that USB audio headsets indeed can be connected using the Camera Connection Kit. The iPad will automatically switch audio to the USB headset for listening to music and having a two-way VoIP phone call.

External USB hard drives did not make the list. Unfortunately they are not supported by the iPad and cannot connect via the USB port. It's possible that Apple will add more functionality with iPhone OS 4 when it comes to the iPad this fall. The USB port has the potential to give iPad a broad range of compatibility with different devices.

As of yet, Apple has not provided a complete list of digital cameras that are supported by the USB adapter. Although the Camera Connection Kit is limited, it expands the iPad's possibilities. The Camera Connection Kit is available now for $29. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Saturday, April 24, 2010

Latest Gadgets: Tiny Chobi Cam from Japan

Saturday, April 24, 2010
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The size of this new camera from Japan is as big as an eraser. This miniature camera comes from Japan Trust Technologies and it’s called Chobi Cam. With its small size 1.7 x 1.1 x 0.5 inches and weigh of only half an ounce it’s one of the smallest cameras ever.

The camera stores all of your data on the microSD card giving you more than enough space for all your videos and photos. It records videos in AVI format with resolutions of 1280 x 960 pixels and can shoot picutres at 2048 x 1536 pixels resolution in jpeg file format. The camera also allows you to record up to 50 minutes of audio.

Once fully charged this camera can run for about 120 minutes and if you ever run of the battery simply connect your camera to your PC via USB cable. Chobi Cam also comes with an external charger allowing you to recharge it on the move.

It is priced a bit more than 100$ and can only be purchased through the Japan Trust Technologies website.


Review: VDownloader - Probably the best internet browser !

VDownloader takes the internet browsing experience to a new level. You can surf the internet like you would normally do but not only does it allow you to download videos but also let's you convert them to the most comfortable format possible. You wouldn't need any other softwares anymore. It is extremely user friendly and the setup is just 6.62 MB - easy to download and consumes less memory.

The screenshot below reflects how simple and user friendly the application is.

As I mentioned earlier, Vdownloader allows convert the video to any format possible. Take a look at the screenshot. From windows Media Player to iPad, Vdownloader handles everything.

The best feature of Vdownloader - Scheduler !
You can edit the settings so that it downloads videos only during weekends or during some predefined hours allowing you to control down downloading habits.

It allows you to search for videos and put align them for Batch Conversion.


  • Small in size.
  • Simple to use.
  • Consumes less CPU and literally no RAM.
  • Can download videos in batch.
  • Downloads can be scheduled on weekly basis.
  • Converts videos to almost every possible format.
  • Basic features are free to use.


  • No help manual available. Though the application is simple to use yet a help manual is a must with every software that goes live on the Internet.
  • History feature can be a bit confusing to use.
  • Test download not explain properly. The application requests to edit the TestList.txt file to perform download tests but does not give the exact path of TestList.txt file. It is actually present in the folder where the software is installed (Usually C:\Program Files\VDownloader)
  • Beware before you edit the proxy settings (see image below) from this software. The large buttons for various browsers when clicked change the proxy settings of those particular browsers (if the checkbox for Enable local proxy server is checked) instantly. This can hamper your browsers connection to the Internet. It did the same in my case and I had to dig into the settings of Internet Explorer and Chrome to disable proxy which VDownloader had enable due to one single click. So, think before you click!

Click to download VDownloader !



Sunday, March 7, 2010

Top 10 Android Apps For Your Droid

Sunday, March 7, 2010
Here is the list of the top 10 must have apps for your latest Motorola Droid and HTC Eris:

1. Locale: Tlets you customize your phone’s settings based on your location. You could program the app to set your phone to vibrate every time you’re at your office, or set it to go silent when you enter the perimeter of your local movie theater. Locale’s incredible location technology leverages GPS, Wi-Fi, and cellular positioning to determine the location of your phone. Although not all phones are equally equipped and not all location technologies have equal coverage, Locale gracefully scales back. Walking into a building with poor GPS reception? Not a problem.

Locale is available on the Android Market simply go to Android Market from your Droid and search for Locale.

2. Twidroid: This Android based Twitter app is available in a free and a pro version. Both of Twidroid’s offerings provide most every Twitter function you might need, from the basic viewing and sending tweets, following and unfollowing users, viewing profiles to the more advanced: saved searches, URL shortening, photo posting, and geo-location support.
Click here to download this Android App

3. Google Voice: The Google Voice for Mobile app is free to install and use. You do need to have an existing Google Voice account, however, for it to work. Once installed, you can make outgoing calls from your Google Voice number with the touch of a button, right from your contacts list. You also gain easy access to voicemail and Google Voice-based SMS messaging.
Click here to download

4. KeyRing: This Android app that puts your membership cards barcodes into your Motorola Droid. Simply scan your various cards anything from gym memberships to drug store discount clubs and Key Ring will categorize them into a drop-down menu.
Click here to download

5. Compare Everywhere: With Android app installed you scan a barcode in any store to get instant information about any product. Compare Everywhere will connect you to reviews and pricing details to make your shopping simpler.
Click here to download

6. Meebo: This Android app will keep you connected to all of your IM accounts while you’re roaming around with your new Droid. Meebo links multiple IM protocols into a single app that you can always keep running on your phone. AIM, MSN, Yahoo, MySpace IM, Google Talk, Jabber and ICQ are all supported — and, if you create a Meebo account, you can save a collective log of all your chats that’ll be accessible online.
Click here to download

7. Pandora’s Android App: Like its online iPhone counterpart, the Pandora Android app lets you listen to personalized radio stations based on your favorite artists or songs. Thanks to Android’s multitasking capabilities, you’ll be able to rock out while running other apps which the iPhone can’t handle.
Click here to download this Android App

8. ActionComplete: ActionComplete is a high-tech to-do list for your Droid phone. It makes it easy to organize your tasks and appointments, using a system developed by “GTD” (Getting Things Done”) guru David Allen. You can even set reminders that’ll pop up based on where you are, allowing you to remind yourself of certain tasks at the office, others at the home, and so on.

To install this free Android app simply search for ActionComplete on Android Market from your Droid.

9. Sherpa: The Android application that helps you find new places based on your own personal preferences won’t cost you a dime to download.. Sherpa “learns” your likes and dislikes, then uses your location information to suggest restaurants, stores, and attractions in your area that might float your boat.
Click here to download

10. Google Sky Map: The Google Sky Map app, actually overlays information about the night sky onto your Droid display. It uses a combination of GPS data, compass data, and date and time information to help you identify planets, stars, and constellations.
Click here to download http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Friday, February 19, 2010

Blackberry Help : Input system error. System is being restarted.

Friday, February 19, 2010
The error can be resolved by turning off the Predictive Input option on your Blackberry.

Complete the following steps to turn off the Predictive Input option:

1. On the BlackBerry smartphone, go to Options > Language.
2. Below the Input Language setting, click the Options button.
3. Deselect the check mark for Predictive Input.

Click here for more info regarding this error. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Friday, February 12, 2010

Tip for Blackberry : Optimize Browser

Friday, February 12, 2010
Here is another good tip to increase your browser's performance.

Turn Off Show Images: Downloading images takes a lot of bandwidth and slows down your BlackBerry when loading them.
From the Browser Options --> "Browser Configuration" screen set "Show Images" = no, and uncheck "Use Background Images".

Note: You can easily download the images for any page by pressing "M" for more images, or "Q" for all images. These options are also available from the menu. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Thursday, February 11, 2010

Theme for Blackberry : Avatar !

Thursday, February 11, 2010
Avatar Theme Blackberry Tip at Gadget Help
Download the Avatar theme for Blackberry Curve, Tour and Bold.

OTA Links :



Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Game for Blackberry : Pacman ! xD

Wednesday, February 10, 2010
Pacman Blackberry Tip at Gadget Help
One of the most favorite games of all time now on Blackberry.
With a similar feel to the arcade version, the free version of Pacman for Blackberry comes with a high score list, support for trackball, mp3 sounds, etc.

Download links :

Pacman OTA for the Tour, Bold, and Curve 8900

Pacman OTA for the World 88xx, Curve 83xx, and Pearl 81xx http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Blackberry Tip : Add homescreen icons for your favourite BBM users.

Tuesday, February 9, 2010
A pretty handy tip if you have some very frequent contacts you want to separate out from all the others and keep them out in front. You also get to a see a little notification star on the contact's icon as soon as he/she replies back to an IM.

Open your BBM and scroll to highlight the contact you want from the contact list. Press the Menu key, and select "Show in Home Screen". This puts the contact's BBM icon in your applications list from where you can then move it to your Home Screen for easy access ! http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


iPhone and iPod Video Converter

Videora iPod Converter is a freeware that allows you to convert video files, YouTube videos, movies and DVD's for your iPod and iPhone. It can convert all types of video files (avi, divx, xvid, flv, x264, vob, mpeg, DVD's, YouTube, etc.) into the proper video formats (MPEG-4, H.264) that play on the iPod.

Available for both Windows and Mac.

Download it now - http://www.videora.com/en-us/Converter/iPod/download.php http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Windows 7 : Missing games

In the search box of the start menu enter keyword "features" and then choose the option "Turn Windows features on or off". When a new window opens, Check "Games" and click Ok. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Monday, February 8, 2010

Turn your iPhone and iPod into a remote : Logitech Touch Mouse

Monday, February 8, 2010
Logitech Touch Mouse Blackberry Tip at Gadget Help
Touch Mouse by Logitech is a new application that allows it's users to control their Computers or Home Theather PC system from a distance. It lets you point, click, scroll and type in any application on your PC or Mac.

Cost : Freeware ( can be downloaded from your iTunes app store).

Requirements : Wifi access, iPhone or iPod Touch, Mac OS X 10.4 or higher or Windows (PC) XP, Vista or Windows 7.

Installation :

  1. Download Touch Mouse Server software from www.logitech.com/touchmouse and install it on your Mac or PC. This will let your iPhone communicate with your PC / Mac.

  2. Download Touch Mouse application from iTunes app store and install it on your iPod or iPhone.

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Radio on BlackBerry : Use Pandora !

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The free Pandora radio service is better than any radio application available for Blackberry. It allows you to personalize your radio experience, suggests radio stations based on your taste, create your own virtual station, etc.



Sunday, February 7, 2010

Voice application for Blackberry : Vlingo free

Sunday, February 7, 2010
Vlingo is a free voice application for your Blackberry. Using your voice you can access a variety of applications, make phone calls, email, send text messages, status updates on facebook etc., surf the browser and many other things.

Vlingo Everywhere, a new feature of Vlingo 4.0 allows you to use your voice to add text anywhere you would normally type.. instant messaging, calendar entry, adding contacts, getting directions and more.

Visit - http://vlingo.com/products/blackberry/ http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Saturday, February 6, 2010

Nokia E72 Tip : Enable Torchlight

Saturday, February 6, 2010
This one quite simple and basic. All you need to do is simply press and hold the spacebar and the torchlight would be activated. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Thursday, February 4, 2010

Download music from your iPod to your PC.

Thursday, February 4, 2010
Want to download music from your iPod to your PC which the iTunes wouldn't let you do ? Use SharePod !

SharePod is easy to use and works! Heres some of the main features:

  • Add & remove music and videos from your iPod
  • Add, remove and edit playlists
  • Add & remove album art
  • View and backup photos
  • Copy music, videos and playlists from your iPod to PC
  • Import music/videos into your iTunes library, including playlists and ratings
  • Tag editing
  • Drag n' drop to and from Explorer
  • Simple, clean interface
  • Quick to load and use with no unnessary complicated features
  • Support for iPhone and iTouch (Thanks to Nikias Bassen, Paul Sladen, Jonathan Beck, and Christophe Fergeau for making this possible)
visit - http://www.getsharepod.com/download/ http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Nokia 5800 XpressMusic - Email set up guide

Here is the step by step guide for configuring and using email on the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic.

Setting up email

  1. From the home screen (Figure 1), press the central Menu button below the display.
  2. Press Messaging (Figure 2).
  3. Press Mailbox (Figure 3).
  4. A message appears: No mailbox defined, Define now? (Figure 4). Press Yes.
  5. Another message informs you that information is needed to define e-mail settings (Figure 5). Press Start.
  6. An E-mail address panel appears onscreen (Figure 6). Press this.
  7. The phone numberpad appears onscreen to be used for typing in your email address (Figure 7) (although you can choose one of the virtual Qwerty keyboard or handwriting options if you prefer by tapping the keyboard-icon button just above the 1 key).
  8. When you've typed in your email address, press the green tick confirm button on the top left of the display.
  9. In the E-mail address set-up screen (Figure 8), press OK.
  10. You can now define the Mailbox name (Figure 9). You can leave it as the default name and press OK to continue. Alternatively you can press the highlighted panel to type in a new one, using the virtual numberpad as before (Figure 10) and pressing the green tick confirm button when completed. When the new name appears (Figure 11), press OK to continue.
  11. You now must define the user name and password (Figure 12). Press Yes.
  12. User name and password panels appear (Figure 13). Press the User name panel to edit it. Your user name is likely to be the bit of your email address before the @, but if you're not sure, check online with your email provider.
  13. Type in your user name (Figure 14). Press the green tick confirm button. You are returned to the previous screen (Figure 15).
  14. Press the Password panel. Type in your password (Figure 16). Press the green tick confirm button. You are returned to the previous screen (Figure 17). Press OK.
  15. A message appears confirming that the mailbox has been defined (Figure 18). Press OK.

Downloading email
Your mailbox will initially be empty, so you have to go online to update it.

  1. When the mailbox has been defined, a message appears: Connect to mailbox? (Figure 19). Press Yes.
  2. In a few moments you will be connected to your online mailbox and email headers will be downloaded (Figure 20).
  3. You can scroll through the list using your finger or stylus. To see more information, press the email header you want to look at (Figure 21). The full email will appear onscreen (Figure 22). You can scroll down to read the full text.
  4. If there is an attachment, press it to open. If it is in html format, press the Attachment.html panel in the display to go online (Figure 23).
  5. Choose your method of going online (WLAN or mobile network) (Figure 24), and in a few moments you will see the full version of the email (Figure 25). Press Close and Back to return to the original email.

Replying to and forwarding an email
Towards the bottom of the display are three onscreen buttons; the two with @ signs and arrows are Reply and Forward options (the third is a Delete button).

  1. To reply, press the left arrowed @ button. Your reply will appear onscreen (Figure 26).
  2. Tap on appropriate parts of the email to change the address, subject and message, using the virtual numberpad as before to type in new details and edit existing text (Figure 27).
  3. Once you have completed your reply, press the Send button (it has an envelope icon) (Figure 28).
  4. To forward an email, in the open email press the right arrowed @ button. As above, tap the appropriate part of the email you want to change - address, subject or message - and use the virtual numberpad to amend (Figure 29). When ready, press the Send envelope button.

Retrieving new emails and sending new emails
Once your email is up and running, it's easy to retrieve new emails.

  1. Press the Menu button (Figure 1).
  2. Press Messaging (Figure 2).
  3. Press your new mailbox (in our example, Know Your Mobile) (Figure 30).
  4. You are asked: Connect to mailbox? (Figure 31). Press Yes.
  5. The phone will connect to your mailbox. Any new emails will be displayed (Figure 32).
  6. If you are already in the mailbox and want to check for incoming mails, press Options, followed by Retrieve email, and then New.
  7. To send a new email message, when you're in your Mailbox press the @+ button towards the bottom of the display. A new email will appear (Figure 33).
  8. In the same way as before, press the panels as required to fill in address, subject and message. When completed, press the Send envelope button (Figure 34).


Monday, February 1, 2010

How to Remove Virus from your Pen Drive / USB Pendrive

Monday, February 1, 2010

This post is for people who have their pen drives infected with a certain type of Trojan horse and want to get rid of the autorun.ini file.

1. Insert your pen drive into one of the available USB ports on your computer. If you get a pop up for the autorun display, select 'Cancel'. Do not double-click on the drive icon to open the drive.

2. Double-click on the 'My Computer' icon on the desktop. Then select 'Tools', 'Folder Options' and 'View' from the menu bar on top. Select 'Show hidden files and folders' and uncheck the box next to 'Hide extensions for known files'. Also uncheck the box for 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)'. If you see a warning message, click 'OK'. Click 'Apply' and 'OK' to save all changes.

3. Verify the drive letter that represents your USB or pen drive. For example, if the drive displays as Trasncend (K:), the drive letter would be 'K'.

4. Click on 'Start', 'Run'; type 'cmd' and press enter to open the command prompt window.

5. Type the drive letter, for example, 'K' followed by a colon (':'), and press enter at the command prompt to open the root directory of the drive.

6. Type 'dir/w/o/a/p' and press enter to display a list of files and folders present on the flash drive. Note the existence of any of the following in particular:

  • Autorun.inf

  • New Folder.exe

  • Bha.vbs

  • Iexplore.vbs

  • Info.exe

  • New_Folder.exe

  • Ravmon.exe

  • RVHost.exe

  • svchost.exe

  • Heap41a

  • Any miscellaneous file name with an .exe extension

  • Any unfamiliar files

7. Unprotect the files to enable deletion. From the command prompt, type 'attrib -h -r -s autorun.inf' and press enter.

8. Repeat Step 7 for each of the files identified in Step 6.
9. Delete each of the files that have been unprotected by typing 'del', pressing the space bar and typing the file name, for example, 'del autorun.inf'.

10. Type 'exit' and press enter to return to Windows Operating System. Your USB flash drive is now virus free.



Five best tips for your iPhone battery

I have mentioned few tips to get a better battery life and a longer runtime for your iPhone and iPod.

  1. Turn off the push email incase you don’t use it (Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar > Fetch New Data > Push > Off)

  2. Switch to Fetch email manually (Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar > Fetch New Data > Fetch > Manually)

  3. Turn off Location Services on your iPhone. The applications that need it will ask for permission and you can turn it on as needed (Settings > General > Location Settings > Off)

  4. Set your screen brightness to 30% or less (Settings > Brightness) and set Auto Brightness to “On”.

  5. Set an Auto-Lock to 1 minute (Settings > General > Auto-Lock) and always put the phone on sleep by pressing the top button as soon as you are finished with it.


How to Jailbreak iPod Touch OS 3.1.2

The jailbreak for iPod Touch OS 3.1.2 is finally here. blackra1n is a Windows only jailbreak too for all iPhones ( 2G, 3G and 3GS ) and iPod Touch 2G and 3G. In the guide below we will go through the steps for jailbreaking your iPod Touch.

Note : If your device doesn’t boot again, don’t panic. Just re-run blackra1n while the device is plugged in. Also, 3g and 3gs unlockers, do not upgrade to 3.1.2 using iTunes if you want to keep your unlock.

Now here is how to jailbreak your iPod Touch using blackra1n.

  • First we need to upgrade to OS 3.1.2 via iTunes. This should come free if you were already using 3.0 on iPod Touch or else you’ll have to purchase it.
iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help

  • Once you are done with upgrading your iPod Touch to 3.1.2, download blackra1n.

  • iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help
  • Launch blackra1n and use Windows XP compatibility mode if you’re using Windows Vista or Windows 7 (above). Click the ‘make it ra1n’ button.
  • iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help
  • It will take sometime while your iPod Touch is being jailbroken. You will see George’s picture below, which means it’s working. Your iPod will restart on completion.
  • iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help
  • You should now be able to see the blackra1n icon in your applications list now. Launch it.

iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help

  • Now, you can install Cydia, which allows you to install jailbreak applications. There is an option to install Rock or Icy as well, which are alternatives to Cydia.
  • iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help

    iPhone and iPod software jailbreak and upgrade at Gadget Help
  • Once completed, you now have your iPod Touch 3.1.2 jailbreak up and running. Congratulations !

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Top 5 Free Blackberry Applications

1. Blackberry Messenger: This is one unique application that comes with the phone and it allows you to send text messages between Blackberry users by simply sharing your bb PIN. It allows you to send voice clips (can be used as a voice sms), send images and files to other BB users. The amount of money that you can save by using BBM instead of a sms to other BB users is quite astronomical.
This application is already installed in your phone but can also be downloaded by pointing your phone browser at www.blackberry.com/messenger/
2. FaceBook: This is one of my favourite applications as it allows you to stay in touch with your facebook friends even on the go. With Facebook for Blackberry, you can update or view your status, receive instant notifications, tag photos, sync your facebook friends, organize facebook events, news feed filters, ability to like and the ability to set a profile photo. You can also poke friends, comment on wall and status updates and upload photos from your phone on the go. Facebook is a freeware and can be downloaded on to your handheld - just point your phone's browser to http://www.blackberry.com/facebook/
3. Windows Live Messenger: I love to chat and stay in touch with my friends on MSN and I can't imagine even a single day away it. Windows Live Messenger for BlackBerry allows me to chat with my friends with a similar feel of the WLM for desktop. You can send instant messages and join chat groups, send and receive pictures and files, use more than 60 emoticons. You can chat with multiple contacts at the same time and change your avaibility and status information. It also allows you to email converstaions to your contacts. WLM for Blacberry is a freeware and can be downloaded from on your handheld at www.blackberry.com/livemessenger/
4. iSkoot: With iSkoot for Skype, you can make and receive Skype calls, chat, and use SkypeOut to call regular numbers anywhere in the world. With the newly enhanced feature set, now you can easily place SkypeOut calls to anyone in your general address book, and enjoy cool new Skype chat features like emoticons and multi-party chat. Unlike other mobile Skype apps, iSkoot is a thin client - so it won't take up loads of memory or eat up your battery power. iSkoot for Skype (Blackberry) can be download at http://download.cnet.com/iSkoot-for-Skype-BlackBerry/3000-18508_4-10797721.html
5. Quick Pull: QuickPull FREE, is a free too that frees up your blackberry memory but stimulating a "battery pull" soft reset. Unlike the red power button, Quickpull actually refreshes the device, freeing up memory thus increasing your BB performance.
  • FREE
  • Simulates a "battery pull" equivalent reset.
  • Integrates with AutoStandby.
  • Ability to schedule to run daily.
  • Automatically accepts reset dialog.
  • Advanced scheduling, run a QuickPull daily or on certain days each week.Memory monitoring.
  • Set your own memory threshold.
  • Prompted automatic reboots if your memory is less than your set threshold, with the ability to cancel a reboot.
  • Scheduled QuickPulls will wait until phone calls are complete.
  • Receive automatic notifications on missed resets due to a locked or holstered device.
  • 5 second warning notice can cancel pending QuickPull runs to keep from interfering with other tasks.
  • New and enhanced, user-friendly interface.
  • Toggle schedule on or off without losing any settings.
  • No technical support(for technical support and no ads, please consider QuickPull Pro)

QuickPull Free can be downloaded at http://onlyblackberry.mobihand.com/PlatformMain.asp?platform=5&sString=steelthorn



Blackberry Tip: Deleting multiple messages at once

Deleting multiple messages at once: Highlight a date (example Mon, 1 Feb,2010) in the message list, hit the menu key/thumb-wheel and select 'Delete prior'. All messages prior to that date will be deleted. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


Blackberry Tip: Signal strength in numbers

Signal strength in numbers: Instead of looking at the bars, you can now change the display of your blackberry's 'signal strength' to read in real numbers. At the home screen, hold down the ALT key and type NMLL. The signal strength would now reflect in numbers instead of the bars. If you are in the 100 area ( -100 dBm), you will be transmitting at maximum power (2 Watts), and since coverage is hit and miss at this weak a signal, you may end up transmitting many times before the packets make it through. This might help explain any poorer than normal battery life. I consider anything at -90 to -50 excellent.

Note : To revert back to the bars: hold down the ALT key and type NMLL



Blackberry Tip: Clear Log

Clear Log: Every action on you Blackberry is logged which in time will slow down your Blackberry. Atleast once a week, hold ALT key while you type LGLG. This brings up the event log where you can clear events. Then click the BB menu button and select "clear log". This tip frees up some memory for you helping your phone run faster. You can also copy the contents to mail to someone. http://gadget-help.blogspot.com/


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