09-14-2008 08:21 PM
I have many questions. I posted this in the Curve forum but this is probably a better place. Reading other posts I am wondering if I should have gone the i phone route?
I needed a device that can do everything so I got the Curve [fit my budget.] . When my ex-mate left, he left the G4 and other things . However, I never took care of it all he did. So now- I am trying to figure it all out, have a handheld device that does all, save things etc - I need it for work. I am not sure where to start- I worry about botching it up so I lose everything.
What do I need to DL and install from the BB site?
I have the Blackberry Curve but due to lack of know how I am underutilizing it's abilities.. I need help with this!
There are a lot of choices and I think I may need to DL more than one choice but I just don't know.
Seems there are a lot of issues. I have no immediate "tech support" [the ex is gone] and am not sure about several things.
What software exactly do I DL and install so I can sync up computer and BB?
The T-Mobile people told me that the BB could function as an I-pod. How do I UL all my music in my I Tunes library to my BB?
Does the BB sync with gmail? I heard it did. How do I do that?
My MS office 04 Entourage is shot and I can't get a new install from ex so-
Calendar- Does Gmail calendar work?
Works with I Photo right? Once I get the right Pocket Mac software?
I read someone lost their phone from installing Pocket Mac.
Word on that? It is my only phone, I don't have insurance on it. I am simply trying to utilize all that it offers and am a bit lost! I can figure stuff out but I worry that I will do that to the detriment of my files and/or device.
Recommendations to help this newbie get acclimated to the digital world?
09-16-2008 10:25 AM
The best advice I can give you since you have a Mac is to download pocketmac. Once i did that my mac and bb ran great together. You do need to use the usb cord, phone to computer but then your good to go.