05-04-2012 08:04 PM
05-04-2012 10:38 PM
I got a 64g playbook for Xmas, loved it from day one, use it all the time. Great for busi. trips, no bulky laptop. Went on vaca to Jam and my wife was holding, slipped on stairs-4 stories up. Playbook went down, landed on ceramic tiles. It was in a well padded Targus leather case, the screen cracked but playbook still works great. My wife bought it and she feels really bad. But as soon as I got home I ordered a new one on line, now I have two, just have to transfer data from old to new! Great tech tool, love it.
05-13-2012 09:50 AM
05-13-2012 09:57 PM
I like how your going with this. What my thought is, me being a teenager, and blackberry has a ton of people my age
on their products, is to make a playbook like their phones. I'm from canada and everyone had the phones but the thing is the ipad is way more popular. The main reason is because the playbook is for more the buisness or adult person. We want something that has a ton of apps and can do everything and stay connected. I love my playbook but you are limited to so much. There needs to be more apps and we need famous people to make them look cool like ipads so us teens want to use them. If they open it up so developers from android can put their apps on the store, then that would make more people exited to buy this really good priced product.
The screen is amazing on this and the touch is just as amazing, the apps they have are good or they can be really good and costly, But i am personally waiting for skype.
I hope they can advertise this more to teenagers because we love blackberry
05-14-2012 04:08 PM
I don't know.. People like blackberries but they need to seebthe playbook being played with. Show how amazing it is like it seems people want games and stuff like temple run but the bbpb doesn't have that. Like if more people saw how good the playbook is compared to the ipad or Samsung tablets then I feel like they would be more popular. Like I like mine and I'm like the very few that has them around me and I'm in highschool ;p we will see how rim works this out
05-17-2012 05:49 PM - last edited on 05-17-2012 06:00 PM by Chronos
I would like to share my story about how I got my first Blackberry Cure 9300.
I was on the grind, not sure exactly what I'm looking for but I'm looking hard. A friend came up to me and said "Yo De, I got a BB Curve for ya." I was interested only becouse when I post on facebook, the BB sign will be there & I must say, it did look cool. So I took the Curve, when I went to parties & social events looking to pick up a few woman, they liked the phone I was currying. I told my myself that it was going to be a long night. I mainly leave an event with 3 numbers & 2 BBM pins. Awesome aint it?! I saw my uncle with a Bold 9700 & **bleep** it looked cool. It had the OS 6 & so I wondered... Can I upgrade my curve to an OS 6. I told myself what the hack let me do it.
I spent 5 hours after midnight (happy hour free internet) trying to get OS 6 and OMG I finally got it, OS 6 like WOW, this looks really good. I did not experience any problems, I could surely tell that the other people with OS 5 were envying me. I got to know my Curve like my hand & I could help any1 around with a OS or other general stuff. But then something came up & I had to sell the phone, **bleep** why now?! I sold it & for 6months I had a funny simple phone. Bad! I know
After those 6 months my cousin offered me something I would not pass away. He was selling his Bold 9700 with a family discount. I bought it but just to see he thought he ripped me off. Little did he know, I was having street knowledge on how to get it working again, he downgraded it bad & never installed the right working apps. So another 5 hours of no sleep just to get it working again.
At last I got it up & ranning, I found a lot of fresh home screen, a clear camera view & amazing apps. So my phone the Blackberry Bold is running smoothly, <Inappropriate Content Removed> I'm really happy & I can't wait to go pick up girls again hahaha.
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