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04-18-2013 01:18 PM
hi .i just downloaded the signal booster app on my bb curve.it debited money frm my visa card and also sent me a confirmation email but when i try to run the app it keeps asking me to upgrade to pro version .can anyone advise me on what to do to fix this problem
04-20-2013 01:15 PM
04-20-2013 01:36 PM
The Blackberry phones have excellent signal management. No matter what software you run, it is impossible to get more signal out of the RF power drive circuits than what is available for both receive and transmit.
Fortunately these programs are not very expensive, so its not a great loss.
A number of months ago, I tried a program that was supposed to make the Blackberry phone take night pictures. This night vision software is a gimmik. All it does is makes a sort of green casted B&W picture. It uses some process to reduce the look of the noise from low light, which in turn softens the picture quaility. It allows for multiple exposures of the same frame to be overlayed to try to increase contrast.
In the end I found the built in night mode of the phone's camera did a better job at taking night pictures. I lost $2.00 with this software. No great loss... I treid to contact the author. He never answered, and I am sure he is getting hundreds of complaints.