A Review Of The Blackberry 9700 Bold

RIM have been working hard on an updated version of their incredibly popular Blackberry Bold handset. Originally one of THE stand out mobile devices, can the improvements see off the competition in the form of the iPhone and the host of Android handsets being released.

In terms of the look of the 9700 Bold, physically it is much smaller than its predecessor. Weighing 16 grammes less and also shaving off millimetres in every direction, the handset looks sleek and stylish. Obviously considerations had to be taken so the physical keypad didn’t become too cramped, and they seem to have just about got away with this. The screen is 480 x 360 HVGA resolution and measures 2.44″. The touchscreen also features a neat light sensor which adjusts the brightness of the screen according to your current surroundings. The optical trackpad located beneath the screen makes navigation of menus extremely easy, which adds to the appeal of this very high spec handset.

The Blackberry 9700 Bold features an improved 3.15 megapixel camera. This device is supported by an LED flash facility for capturing moments in darker conditions. Autofocus and zoom facility are also covered. The integrated media player works very well. MP3, WMA and AAC+ audio files are all catered for, and an external 3.5mm stereo jack allows you to enjoy your music on your own set of headphones. Album art is displayed on the main screen, which is also very good at displaying video playback due to its excellent resolution. Internally the 9700 Bold has been tweaked. A 624MHz processor makes all aspects of use very quick. The Operating system has been upgraded to, now running on BB OS5.0. To the user this means that the user interface seems to be a much neater and more functional design. A good example of this is that video and music are now located in the same place rather than the user having to find them in totally separate areas of the phone. The main aspect of the Blackberry, which is the messaging facilities, have however not been touched. Sending an e mail is still as easy as ever, and typing of messages is easy due to the new design of the keys. Battery life is one area where there have been huge improvements. With WIFI running constantly you an expect approx one and a half days of normal use.

The above mentioned changes means that using the Blackberry 9700 Bold is a pleasant experience. The gorgeous looks seem to have taken a leaf out of the Blackberry Storms book and the overall reduction in bulk means its going to be much more accessible by the everyday phone user. I certainly think Apple will be looking over their shoulders with the release of this handset.

The Blackberry 9700 Bold and the Blackberry Storm 2 are available now.

Source: Emma Rosher
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New Blackberry on the Market

A new Smartphone has recently hit the market. The Blackberry Bold 9000 3G has been enthusiastically received and is already being described as a better alternative to the iPhone. The Blackberry Bold is a new enhanced phone from RIM. It is compatible with 3G HSDPA and supports UMTS 2100/900/850mhz networks and GSM 1900/1800/900/850Mhz bandwidths.

The Blackberry Bold 9000 Smartphone is GPRS, EDGE and HSDPA enabled meaning that there are many data sources available for this device. In Australia this can means speeds of up to 14Mbps on 3G networks. There is also WIFI for those hotspots.

It must have the simplest email set up of any Smartphone around. Just enter your email address and email password and it will search a massive database of know servers for all the required settings. Put the kettle on, when it boils, you will be receiving your emails.

We were amazed by the clarity and color of the display which is WQVGA 480X320. The new Blackberry 9000 Bold 3G Smartphone is also compatible to iTunes using Blackberry Media Sync. It can be plugged into a laptop or desk top by means of a USB or Bluetooth, pick out the items you want to synchronize with and the device does the rest for you.

Other new features that is making it such a success includes a memory of 1Gb through using a Micro SD card Slot, so it can be increased up to 32Gb. The battery is interchangeable and it also has a 2Mb Camera with LED photo light illuminator, a Video Recording option and a two year warranty, which is rather unique.

To select and view you navigate via a track ball. This is favored by customers as it is similar to using a mouse and can be carried out with one hand.

Its internal GPS includes Blackberry Maps and a voice guidance system that is available through Tell Map, transforming it into a Satellite Navigation device. There are also bill payment choices using Mint Mobile Payments so it can be used as a Mobile Eftpos machine.

This version of the Blackberry is perfect for those constantly traveling around the country. If your company uses Salesforce, the Blackberry Bold 9000 3G can be synchronized to work with Sales Force CRM Software. The advantage of the Blackberry over the iPhone is that it can be used if you have only one hand free, leaving the other to tap away at your computer screen or take notes.

Overall, the new Blackberry Bold 9000 3G is the answer to a total wireless solution.

Features of the 3G Blackberry Bold include:

Superfast 3G Internet access with HSDPA for faster downloading Data compression for lower running costs Mobile Email with full QWERTY keyboard Phone & Text Messaging Instant Messaging using MSN, Yahoo & Google Mobile Web Browser Organiser Read & Edit Microsoft Office Attachments & PDFs 2Mp Camera with Built in flash Video recording & Playback Built in GPS with Blackberry & Google Maps Sat Nav and speaking maps using Tell Map Wi Fi Network Access Remote Network Access Mint Mobile payments – accept payments on the move CRM compatible with Sales Force iTunes compatible Media Player – sync your iTunes library Expandable Memory Speaker Phone Bluetooth Desk Top Sync Software- Calenders, Address Book, Music, Files Eye Catching display Long Battery Life up to 1.5 days with heavy use 2 Year Warranty

Source: Michiel Van Kets
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AC Toledo Heating & Heating Monroe Air Conditioning Services

Avoid Air Conditioning Scams

Refrigeration is the heart of keeping air cool. The word “FREON” is actually a brand name for the gas that makes air conditioning units work.

Here’s the most important thing you need to understand:

Freon is NOT consumed as the system operates and should never require replacement unless a there’s leak. If a technician has to “top off” the freon in your AC unit, he’s is lying or there’s a leak.

A properly sealed system will operate for over 5 years without loosing any significant amount of freon. By the way, a AC unit can operate with small losses of refrigerant without any problem at all. If freon loss has caused a system to stop working there’s a leak.

Here at Action Heating, Air Conditioning, & Electrical we specialize in Toledo air conditioning, Monroe heating, & electrical services in Toledo Oh & Monroe Mi. We use only the best HVAC equipment & our prices are fair.

We’re Toledo HVAC contractors in northwest Ohio serving your Toledo AC & Monroe HVAC maintanence needs. Call 419-386-2817 for a Free Estimate.

Action is family owned for over 50 years and a trusted name in the community. If you need quality service at a fair price then you need Action now!

When you call us mention ActionVideo and get a free 10-point clean outside air intake inspection with any service.  By the way, you can see our action video on YouTube.  I don’t think I’m allowed to put a link to it so just go to YouTube and type AC Toledo Heating.  Leave us a comment if you like it.

Terry

“No heat? No cool? You need Action fast!”

Source: David Anderson
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New BlackBerry 9700(T-mobile) Review

BlackBerry Bold 9700 Release Date
After T-Mobile announced they will release the new flagship phone BlackBerry 9700 on Nov. 11th, only one day later, T-Mobile expressed that another blackberry phone with WI-FI will appear on Nov.5th, and this phone may will be the BlackBerry Bold 9700. Here is to hoping it comes sooner rather than later! Especially for those T-Mobile fanboys who have been missing 3G for all these years.

BlackBerry Bold 9700 ahead Review
Oh you thought we fell off. Nope — we’ve just been tearing apart BlackBerry’s latest flagship over the past week or so and our review is finally perfectly crafted. The BlackBerry 9700 replaces the Bold as RIM’s newest flagship device. We’ve already detailed our thoughts on RIM and how they are doing on the software side of things and this review will be mostly hardware focused. at the end, We will add some reviews on this BlackBerry 9700′ useful software and recommend an applied BlackBerry tool – Daniusoft DVD to BlackBerry Converter suite which composed of DVD to BlackBerry converter and BlackBerry Video Converter. It can help you convert DVD and all popular video to BlackBerry AVI in a high quality for watching DVD Movies and various video on your BlackBerry phone any time and any place.

* Hardware / Design:

Gorgeous. How do you like that description? From the beveled edges to the powder-coated keyboard, this is one good looking BlackBerry. The much loved (and hated) fake leather textured battery cover makes a reappearance here as does a trackpad to handle the navigational duties.

The 9700 makes the Tour look like a bloated 8-month pregnant single mother. Shave about 24% of the surface area off the Tour, bevel the edges, round the corners, and you’ll have something close to the BlackBerry 9700. It’s the most gorgeous BlackBerry on the planet. And no, that’s not up for debate or discussion. Early units had the straight RIM color theme on the keyboards (white letters with red accents/symbols) but the unit we have which is most likely what AT&T will receive is all white. This looks great meshed with the titanium chrome finish on the bezel and the high gloss black finish on the front of the device.

* Screen:
RIM really moved in a brand new direction with the Bold’s display and ever since, they’ve been continuing the tradition of awesomeness. We’re really happy to report that the BlackBerry 9700 has the best screen to date of any BlackBerry handset. It’s that good. The resolution, which is the new RIM gold standard, is 480×360 and while you wouldn’t expect it to be any better than the Tour’s or Curve 8900’s screens,it is. Pictures appear as if they’re floating on top of the display, blacks are black and colors are crisp and vibrant. There’s a pretty decently-sized black border that goes around the entire display much like how the BlackBerry Tour’s screen looks, and while people have moaned about this ad nauseum, it doesn’t really phase us.

* OS:
The latest versions of OS 5.0 (which have leaked for existing handsets like the 9530, 9630, Bold, 8900, etc.) show a slight UI refresh with more blues, more gradients, updated icons and buttons and even — *gasp* — kinetic scrolling on some devices. Here’s where it gets a little tricky, though. AT&T’s BlackBerry 9700 evaluation units shipped with OS 5.0.0.169. The unit we have originally came with that OS and worked magically. It, however, didn’t have the updated UI that later OS 5.0 builds contain. After upgrading our unit to OS 5.0.0.215 (internal builds for the 9700 are up beyond .249, we’re told) it’s now rocking out with the updates features and sexified UI elements. Why we’re going into this so deeply is because there’s a good chance that if AT&T’s 9700 passes technical acceptance without issue (we don’t anticipate the same issues that plagued the Bold’s release), the version that will ship with the 9700 will be 5.0.0.169 or something close to it. That means that you’ll be running an “old” 5.0 build and it’s interesting to see this play out. You’ll obviously be able to install different OS versions for yourself that have been released by other carriers, but we just wanted to give you guys a heads up that the release unit’s OS might be a little different.

* BlackBerry 9700 software
The BlackBerry 9700 sports a premium experience and design with a high-gloss black finish and leather grain detail on the back. Boasting features such as high-speed 3G Web browsing, Wi-Fi calling, visual voicemail and support for corporate and personal e-mail options, the Blackberry 9700 will satisfy all your on-the-go needs. Also the phone comes preloaded with mobile applications from BlackBerry App World, including Amazon MP3 store for quick and easy music downloads and TeleNav GPS Navigator for turn-by-turn directions

Finally, As BlackBerry fans, let’s look forward to the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 together… In addition, for BlackBerry users, I recommend a necessary tool – Daniusoft DVD to BlackBerry Converter suite which composed of DVD to BlackBerry ripper and Video to BlackBerry converter. It can help you convert DVD and all popular video to BlackBerry AVI in a high quality for watch DVD Movies and various video on your BlackBerry phone any time and any place.

Tips: References of Daniusoft DVD to BlackBerry converter suite:
Input formats: DVD(DVD Folder, IFO Files, ISO File);
All the popular video format such as AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, XviD, DAT, MOV, FLV…

Output formats: BlackBerry video and audio AVI files; (Blackberry Tour 9630, BlackBerry Curve 8300, BlackBerry 8300, BlackBerry 8800, BlackBerry Pearl 8800, BlackBerry bold 9700)

Source: Rushrush
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Dental Implants Vs. Dentures – Which Is Better?

Are you considering dentures? Instead of these plates of false teeth, why not consider dental implants? Dental implants have all of the advantages that dentures do not have. While dentures may have been the gold standard for teeth replacement years ago, dental implants are what is being used now.

Dental implants consists of tiny metal devices that are affixed to where your teeth used to be. Just like dentures, your original teeth have to be removed and swelling must go down before you can get dental implants. This does not take more than a day or so. If you have dentures already, you will not have to worry about the swelling and can get dental implants immediately.

The screws that are used in dental implants are affixed to your mouth with a temporary device such as a bridge. They are then capped with a crown that looks exactly like a tooth. The bridge will hold the teeth in place until the bones in the mouth have made the implants their own. This takes about four months, after which time the bridge can be removed. As the bridge goes on the inside of your mouth and is not visible to other people, no one will know that you have dental implants at all. They will think that you had your teeth fixed.

After the four months are up, the bridge can then be removed and you can use the dental implants like you would ordinary teeth. You do not have to worry about eating an ear of corn or biting into an apple and leaving behind a set of dentures, as you might have to do with dentures. Nor do you have to worry about taking the teeth out of your mouth periodically and cleaning them in a cup, as you do with dentures.

Are dentures cheaper than dental implants? Yes and no. They may be cheaper in the long run, but dentures do not last forever. You have to get them adjusted periodically. This means every year or so you need a new set. They are not cheap and run in the thousands. As insurance covers some dental work such as dental implants, dental implants make better sense in the long run as you do not have to continue to get them replaced. You have to take care of them as you would any other tooth, but you do not have to get them removed and replaced.

Removing your teeth can be embarrassing for some people, especially if they get dentures at an early age. Having bad teeth or missing teeth can be a confidence killer. In some cases, people have such bad teeth that they get an infection that spreads all over their body because of that which is in their teeth. In those cases, the teeth have to be removed.

If you have been advised that you need dentures, or just want a straight and healthy looking smile, consider seriously getting dental implants instead. They are the wise investment when it comes to confidence and will end up saving you money in the long run as they do not have to be replaced. You never have to worry about losing them when eating anything hard nor do you have to remove the for cleaning. Dental implants are the gold standard when it comes to teeth replacement.

Source: Ron Subs
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10 Points to Passing Your Road Test

It can be one of the most nerve-wracking events of your life. Just imagine, you’ve spent hundreds of $$, its taken weeks of your time, you’ve driven(literally) your family crazy and now it all boils down to this – the next hour will see you pass or fail your road test. Talk about pressure! But it doesn’t have to be like this – like most things in life if you fail to plan..you plan to fail.

So, with the benefit of proper planning, there are things that you can keep in mind that will make your driving test go more smoothly.

10 Points To Success

1. Check Turn Indicators, Brake Lights and Headlights! These will be tested before you even leave the parking lot for your road test – you dont want to fail before you even hit the road!

2. Make sure you have any paperwork that must be turned in, and take your learner’s permit with you.

3. Travel to the testing location with a licensed driver. If, for any reason you get say, rescheduled – how will you get home?

4. Get to the testing location on time. This is a biggie! Most license bureaus are quite crowded and there are sometimes long waits beyond your appointed time. Of course, it can work the other way too – an unexpected slot can come up and you could have the chance to get the whole thing over and done without the nerves building up sitting around waiting!

5. Do I even need to say the next one – turn your cell phone off – or better still leave it at home!! The middle of your road test is not a good time to receive a phone call – many students have been failed for answering a call at an ‘inappropriate time’.

6. Try to relax with your examiner. Be friendly, but let him do most of the talking. Remember, he does not know you, and he is about to go into traffic not knowing if you can drive safely or not. He may be as nervous as you are!

7. Listen to your examiner carefully. He will not ask you to do any maneuvers you haven’t already become familiar with in your driving manual. Hopefully you’ll have studied it and practiced a great deal. If you are unsure what it is he wants you to do, ask for clarification. He would rather you understand his request than have you do something wrong, or dangerous.

8. Keep your eyes on the road as much as possible when you are driving. Do the same with your rear-view mirrors. Your examiner needs to know that you are aware of the traffic around you.

9.Check your speedometer often but briefly – never, ever break the speed limit – this is almost always an instant fail!

10. Work on your weak spots. For example if you have trouble parking then practice parallel parking every chance you get until it becomes second nature to you. Remember the rules for three- or four-way stops. Go to a location where you can practice these, but remember to watch out for other drivers – you may have more driving skills than they do!

Finally, and most important

Stay calm and trust the examiner. If you have practiced your driving sufficiently and you know the rules well, you’ll have no trouble passing the driving portion of your test.

Source: Dave Simpson
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Blackberry Unlock To Use On Any Network

to get your unlock code, you can try trusted sites such as

http://www.cellunlocker.net for your unlock code

Unlock your blackberry comfortably and safely from home

Follow the instructions below and simply enter your blackberry unlock code.  You can obtain this code by:

1. Calling your network carrier and asking for it.

2. Using trusted sites such as: http://www.cellunlocker.net

– Do it from home? Unlock your phone confortably from home by simply entering an unlock code

– Want to switch carriers with using same phone? Unlocking your phone will allow you to switch simcards using the same phone

– Phone value? Unlocking your phone increases its value as you can use it for different carriers

– Travelling? Don’t pay roaming when travelling, just unlock it, and buy a local simcard

– Is this safe/legal? This is the same method that your phone carriers will use to unlock your phone

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Bold (9000), 8800, 8820, Curve (8300, 8310, 8320), Javelin (8900), Gemini (8520, 9300), & Onyx (9700):

Note: NO SIM is needed to unlock the phone. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power on

2) Go to Settings

3) Go to Options

4) Go to Advanced Options

5) Go to Sim Card

6) HOLD ALT and press: mep2 (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen) *

7) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press trackball to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

* If your phone is a 9700 or 9000 that requires a second code (ie.Bell), please repeat until step 6 and press mep4 to enter the second code.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Pearl (8100, 8110, 8120, 8220):

Note: Remove any SIM that is currently in the phone. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power on

2) Go to Settings

3) Go to Options

4) Go to Advanced Options

5) Go to Sim Card

6) HOLD ALT (Left side Below @) and press: mepp2 (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

7) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press trackball to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry 8830:

Note: SIM is REQUIRED to unlock the phone. SIM card can be inactive, doesn’t need to active. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

No AT&T/T-mobile Usage: This is a dual-band phone, it will NOT work in North America but will work fine in Europe, Asia, South America where they use the other set of frequencies.

1) Power on

2) Go to Settings

3) Go to Options

4) Go to Advanced Options

5) Go to Sim Card

6) HOLD ALT and press: mep2 (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

7) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press trackball to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

Exception: If phone says Code Error and the attempts stay the same, start off with 10 attempts and still says 10 attempts after enter code, then continue with instructions, this is just a glitch on the phone.

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry 8700/8700c/8700g:

Note: SIM is REQUIRED to unlock the phone. SIM card can be inactive, doesn’t need to active. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power on

2) Go to Settings

3) Go to Options

4) Go to Advanced Options

5) Go to Sim Card

6) HOLD ALT and press: mepe (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

6) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press jog dial to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry 7105t:

Note: SIM is REQUIRED to unlock the phone. SIM card can be inactive, doesn’t need to active. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power phone on and turn off the radio (Turn Wireless Off option)

2) Go to Tools

3) Go to Settings

4) Go to Options and select Advanced Options

5) Go to SIM Card

6) Type “MEPPD” (please note that you will not see what you type on the screen)

7) HOLD ALT and press mepp2

8) Enter the Unlock Code

9) Press enter (press on Trackball)

10) Reboot device. Device is now unlocked

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry 7100/7130/7130c:

Note: Remove any SIM that is currently in the phone. After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power on

2) Go to Settings

3) Go to Options

4) Go to Advanced Options

5) Go to Sim Card

6) HOLD ALT (Left side Below @) and press: mepp2 (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

7) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press trackball to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on Blackberry 5xxx, 6xxx, 7xxx (Except for 7100):

Note: After phone is unlocked, remove the battery, insert SIM as desired and re-insert the battery. Phone MUST be restarted to use the new SIM card.

1) Power on

2) Go to Options.

3) Scroll to SIM CARD then press jog dial in once to select it

4) HOLD ALT (Half moon key on the lower left side) and press: mepe (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

5) It will ask you for the unlock code. Enter it and then press jog dial once to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on Blackberry Vodafone Storm (9500):

1) Turn off the phone

2) Need a SIM card inserted into the phone (Example: Verizon, At&t, T-mobile)

3) Turn on the phone

4) Go to Settings (Button that has dots next to green call button), Click on Manage Connections, Select ‘Turn All Connections Off’

5) Press End Call (Red button)

6) Go to Settings, then Options, then Advanced Options, then SIM Card 7) Hit the Settings Button (Button that has dots next to green call button) and select ‘Show Keyboard’

8) Type in mepd (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

9) Type in mep2 or mepp2 and another screen will pop-up prompting for the MEP code (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

10) Enter the code, Remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right

11) Press enter and your phone is unlocked!

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Storm (9530):

1) Turn off the phone

2) Need a SIM card inserted into the phone (Example: Verizon, At&t, T-mobile)

3) Turn on the phone

4) Go to Settings (Button that has dots next to green call button), Click on Manage Connections, Select ‘Turn All Connections Off’

5) Press End Call (Red button)

6) Inside Settings menu, Click Options, then Mobile Network, on the switch technology to ‘Global’ if that has not been done.

Exception: If phone prompts ‘Would you like your Blackberry to automatically select CDMA or GSM based on network availability’, select No.

7) Now click the Back Arrow Button (Next to the Red End Call button) and select Advanced Options and then SIM Card

8) Hit the Settings Button (Button that has dots next to green call button) and select ‘Show Keyboard’

9) Type in mep2 or mepp2 and another screen will pop-up prompting for the MEP code (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

Exception: If nothing is prompting up and you are making sure you are selecting each button by press the screen in, do a wipe handheld to reset the phone to manufacturer default: http://forums.crackberry.com/showthread.php?t=110075

10) Enter the code, Remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right

Exception: If phone says Code Error and the attempts stay the same, start off with 10 attempts and still says 10 attempts after enter code, then continue with instructions, this is a glitch on the phone

11) Press the Enter key (Button that looks like a backwards L arrow)

12) A message will appear saying Code Accepted

13) Turn device off by removing battery, insert SIM of your choice if have not done so already. Turning device is necessary even if you have SIM of choice inserted.

14) Turn the phone back on

15) Go to Settings, then Options, then Mobile Network, on the third row switch Network Technology to GSM/UMTS.

16) Press the Back Arrow Button to exit and save settings.

17) Return to the main screen by pressing End Call and you should see your phone getting signal

18) As a reminder, if you ever remove the SIM card from your phone, you will need to set the Network Technology as GSM/UMTS again

Issues:

1) If you have issues with the phone not recognizing the network, make sure the radio is on by making sure it is not low on power.

2) If you follow the above instructions and code is accepted with the Network Technology set to GSM/UMTS and still not working, it may be the SIM needs to be replaced with a newer SIM Card.

Removing “Activation Required” on the screen or changing the Phone Number:

1) On the main screen of the phone, press Call (Green Button)

2) Type on the screen: ##000000

3) Press the Call Button

4) For the Mobile Directory Number, put in your phone number in there

5) After you have done that, press the Menu Button to Save the options and the phone will automatically restart

6) After restarting, it will be updated

How to Enter Unlock Codes on BlackBerry Tour (9630):

1) Turn off the phone

2) Need a SIM card inserted into the phone (Example: Verizon, At&t, T-mobile)

3) Turn on the phone

4) Go to Settings

5) Go to Options

6) Go to Advanced Options

7) Go to Sim Card

8) HOLD ALT and press: mep2 (Please note that you will NOT see what you type on the screen)

9) Enter the code, Remember you ONLY have 10 chances to get it right

10) Enter it and then press trackball to confirm and your phone is unlocked!

11) A message will appear saying Code Accepted

12) Turn device off by removing battery, insert SIM of your choice if have not done so already. Turning device is necessary even if you have SIM of choice inserted.

13) Turn the phone back on

14) Go to Settings, then Manage Connections, then Mobile Network Options and set the Network Technology to GSM/UMTS.

15) Set Network Mode to 3G & 2G.

16) Press the Back Arrow Button once to exit and save settings.

17) Inside the Manage Connections, set Mobile Network to on.

18) Return to the main screen by pressing End Call and you should see your phone getting signal

19) As a reminder, if you ever remove the SIM card from your phone, you will need to set the Network Technology as GSM/UMTS again

Issues:

1) If you have issues with the phone not recognizing the network, make sure the radio is on by making sure it is not low on power.

2) If you follow the above instructions and code is accepted with the Network Technology set to GSM/UMTS and still not working, it may be the SIM needs to be replaced with a newer SIM Card.

VERIZON TOURS ONLY: Removing “Activation Required” on the screen or changing the Phone Number:

1) On the main screen of the phone, press Call (Green Button)

2) Type on the screen: ##000000

3) Press the Call Button

4) For the Mobile Directory Number, put in your phone number in there

5) After you have done that, press the Menu Button to Save the options and the phone will automatically restart

6) After restarting, it will be updated

SPRINT TOURS: If you need to remove the Activation Required, you will need to get the MSL code to remove it. Contact me on costs.

How to get the Emails to work on the Storm (Includes Service Books for email to function):

How to Enter MSL Code on Sprint BlackBerry Tour (9630):

1) From the mainscreen of the BlackBerry, press the green call button to enter the phone

2) Type in ##MSLCODE then the green talk button (ie: ##123456 Green talk button)

3) In the CDMA service edit screen, delete the number in the first row (000000xxxx) and replace it with your current phone number

4) Press the menu key and choose save

5) The device will re-boot

6) When the device re-boots, Activation Required will be gone and the active carrier name will now appear.

Source: Cell Unlocker
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Ink Toner Vs. Ink Cartridge- What's The Real Difference?

Deciding between ink toner and an ink cartridge? There are several things to consider- cost, quality and availability. An inkjet printer uses ink cartridges, while a laser printer uses ink toner. The equipment varies in price and so do the ink supplies. So how do you decide whether ink toner or an ink cartridge is the right option for you?

When people think laser printer, they think big and expensive- and that includes ink toner. Ink jet printers, on the other hand, use ink cartridges, which seem much less expensive. After all, you can pick up an ink cartridge for as low as $10 – $20, while toner will set you back as much as $70 or more, right? While the initial outlay might seem to answer the question of cost, there is more here than meets the eye.

An inkjet printer can produce a page at a rate of 2-3 ppm, while a laser printer can knock out about 9-10 ppm. If speed is your only criterion, then laser is undoubtedly the way to go. While speed is certainly important to most of us, quality and budget are also key factors.

The quality factor depends on what you are printing. Photos? Inkjet is your answer. Text- probably laser, most of the time. If it’s about volume, again the laser printer is your pick. For many people however, the bottom line comes down to cost.

The short answer is an inkjet printer cost less than a laser printer. While laser printers have certainly come down in price in recent years, you can still get an inkjet printer for less than half the price. You can get a high quality inkjet printer for around $100- $150. A high quality laser printer will cost twice that much, or more. The initial outlay for hardware doesn’t address the whole issue, however. For a more complete answer, you need to look at the operating cost.

Ink toner is usually a more expensive purchase than an inkjet cartridge. If your only consideration is how much cash you put out in the checkout line, and then go with an inkjet cartridge. If you’re talking budget – and cost per page to produce- then you may be surprised at the affordability of ink toner.

A typical ink toner cartridge will cost between $50 and $60. It will produce somewhere between 2000 and 3000 pages. That breaks down to a cost per page of 2– 2.5 cents per page. The average inkjet cartridge costs between $20- $30. It will produce about 400-500 pages, costing 4-6 cents a page.

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Spooks (MI-5) Complete Seasons 1-7 Dvd Boxset

Spooks is a BAFTA award-winning British television drama series produced by the independent production company Kudos for BBC One. The title is a popular colloquialism for spies, as the series follows the work of a group of MI5 Officers based at the service’s Thames House headquarters, in a highly secure suite of offices known as The Grid. In the United States and France, the show is broadcast under the title MI-5. In Canada, the programme originally aired as MI5 but now airs on BBC Canada as Spooks.

The programme was created by writer David Wolstencroft and has attracted popular guest actors including Hugh Laurie, Robert Hardy, Tim McInnerny, Bruce Payne, Ian McDiarmid, Jimi Mistry, Andy Serkis, Andrew Tiernan, Anton Lesser, Anupam Kher, Alexander Siddig and Anthony Head.

A team of agents in the British security intelligence service work to protect the U.K. from terrorists and other threats to national security. A repackaged version of the BBC series “Spooks,” “MI-5” follows a team led by Tom Quinn that includes analyst/undercover operative Zoe Reynolds and surveillance expert Danny Hunter. Harry Pearce, head of MI-5’s counter-terrorism section, oversees them and deals with the often dirty politics of the spy game.

Starring Matthew Macfadyen, Keeley Hawes, David Oyelowo, Jenny Agutter, and Peter Firth, the initial series of six one-hour episodes premiered in the spring of 2002.

The series was a critical and popular success, averaging 7.5 million viewers over its six episodes, due to its combination of glossy high production values with fast-paced action/adventure and spy intrigue storylines.

The show quickly gained an unexpected edge with the violent killing of character Helen Flynn (Lisa Faulkner) in the second episode which drew the largest number of complaints to the Broadcasting Standards Commission in 2002 During an undercover operation Helen and Tom were captured by race riot instigator Robert Osborne, played by Kevin McNally, who tortured Helen with a deep fryer in an attempt to make her superior Tom reveal classified information. He refused and she was killed. This provoked an angry reaction from many viewers who jammed BBC phone switchboards with complaints, despite the show airing after the 9 pm watershed. Nevertheless the death of Faulkner’s character set the precedent that in Spooks anyone can die at any time.

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Interesting Black Berry Storm 9500 Black Mobile

Black Berry Storm 9500 Black is not just the first touch screen Blackberry device, but it is RIM’s first product that lacks a physical keyboard. For business people, who are the main target of the smartphones, this might sound weird. However, to replace this deficiency, RIM has introduced a new innovative technology called Sure Press. Patented by RIM, the Sure Press technology makes the physical screen to react like a button when pressed. The display also provides a hepatic feedback, which means that you will not feel the difference between a physical and a virtual keyboard, on screen. However, we could not overlook the sense of insecurity that I had when I pressed the touch screen. It seems that it is well embedded in the body casing, and moving to each press. Moreover, the first time I held the phone in my hand, I thought that the device has a great defect, since the screen is 2mm shorter than its frame. A thin foil protects the touch screen, so the number of fingerprints is limited.  The device appears to have been built very solid, can be held very well in hand, but is heavier than I have expected (155g including the battery). Entirely made from metal, its back case is the main reason that the phone is so heavy. However, Storm 9500 is not even a big phone compared with the HTC Touch HD, or even iPhone 3G, and measures 112.5 x 62.2 x 14mm.

As I mentioned above, Black Berry Storm 9500 Black is the first device that has a capacitive touch screen. It measures 3.25 inches and displays 65 000 colors and a resolution of 360×480 pixels. The capacitive touch screen eliminates the need to use a stylus, and is resistant to scratches. BlackBerry Storm 9500 Black includes the Sure Press innovative technology, a technology patented by RIM (Research in Motion), which offers a hepatic feedback. This screen allows the user to navigate through the phone menus, using the fingers, similar to a computer’s mouse. To select an option simply click on the screen surface. If you wish to start the selected application, you only have to click it again. These displays have the ability to adjust the screen settings, so double click can be used as a method of selection and navigation through the phone menu.

The BlackBerry Storm 9500 Black 3.2-megapixel photo / video camera presents characteristics like autofocus and flash LED. Unfortunately, the camera interface is missing almost completely. The only way to adjust some settings is to click the Menu button after you open the camera function. However, the camera includes some interesting features for photo fans: geo-tagging and image stabilizer. The maximum image resolution is 2048×1536 pixels, but it can be reduced to save storage space. The only other camera settings are colors, and picture quality. Shooting photos with the Black Berry Storm 9500’s 3.2 megapixel camera is quite difficult, as the preview image on the screen is covered at the bottom with a band, which has some settings. This makes the framing of the picture to be quite difficult. Otherwise, I found the quality of the pictures to be quite good. Even if this camera is not one of the best, the quality of the pictures is certainly above average. The color and the contrast look good, while the noise is kept to a decent level. Videos can also be recorded in QVGA resolution at 30fps, but the quality is lower than I expected, so it is not recommended to use the smartphone for recording clips. Overall, I think Black Berry Storm 9500 includes a camera, which is good enough for a smartphone that has as a target the business segment, a camera, which I am sure that it will meet the needs of this phone’s users. For more details visit www.phoneandbeyond.com

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