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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

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hi joey,

 

may i insert one tips about reset blackberry hub?

 

to reset the blackberry HUB simply by doing the sweep of the top-right corner to the center of the screen five times

 

thanks,

 

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts


bekyunita wrote:

 

to reset the blackberry HUB simply by doing the sweep of the top-right corner to the center of the screen five times


And further, you will see a complete black screen, then the words "Preparing BlackBerry Hub", and shortly the populated Hub will return visible.

 

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

What exactly does it reset? Is it clearing the entries? 

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

it does the same as when you reboot your Z10. It is unclear what it does exactly. It does not delete anything, but recreates the hub cache that makes it fast and consistent with the messages in it.

In my opinion, this gesture is not something needed by an end-user for 99.99% of the time.



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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

Battery...

 

Initially I had concerns about my ability to get through a busy day without recharging.  I've been a bit skeptical about the effectiveness of some of these strategies, gearing they'd compromise my user experience.

 

Today, I switched LTE off and was very surprised to find myself sitting 60% remaining charge, 14 hours into my day.

 

Think I'm gonna leave LTE off, unless streaming something.  

 

Not going to return the spare battery I bought just yet...

 

Ken

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

Thats amazing to know - do you know if besides the "speed" there are any other enhancements that come with LTE use?

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

So you just set the mobile Network setting to manual Network Selection Mode and chose "HSPA+/UMTS/GSM"  ??

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts


MikeScully wrote:

So you just set the mobile Network setting to manual Network Selection Mode and chose "HSPA+/UMTS/GSM"  ??


I left Network Selection Mode as Automatic, but chose "HSPA+/UMTS/GSM"

 

It's only one day, but it's the first time I've made it through a day with so much battery to spare.

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts

Interesting !!!  Thanks for the tip !

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Re: Z10 Tips, Tricks and Shortcuts


streetcharm wrote:

Thats amazing to know - do you know if besides the "speed" there are any other enhancements that come with LTE use?


the antenna is supposed to use less energy :smileywink:

and the audio quality of the phone calls is able to be better (provided both devices enable it, as well as the carrier).




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