- CrackBerry Abuser
02-11-13, 10:52 AM #26
- 179 Posts
- CrackBerry User
02-13-13, 05:07 PM #27
- 23 Posts
I use Tune-In radio succesfully on my 9000 OS 220.127.116.119. Like others suffer from limited app space. Recently replaced the battery which re-juvenated the device. Prior to that was reluctantly considering upgrade. Waiting to see how the Playbook develops before rushing into changing out the trusted 9000.....
- 02-16-13, 11:41 AM #29
Anyone here still using a 9000?
I'm looking at a refurbished unlocked 9000 online for $169.00cad. Is it worth that much? I was wanting it to use as a backup to my 9900. I don't use that many apps or browse the web on my phone because I have a playbook for that. I'm leaning on this for the bigger battery mostly. I had a 9700 which I think used the same battery as the 9000. Does the 9000 get the same awesome battery life as the bold2? I'm also curious which os is better, the original 4.x or OS 5? Looking forward to trying this beast!
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- CrackBerry Newbie
02-22-13, 06:18 AM #32
- 1 Posts
am using bold 9000 (my first berry) and curve 9220 (davis)as its so sleek and small.
i need advices : i gave already my bold 9000 (yesterday) to my friend, but somehow, i was so afraid that he will find all my old emails (company email and personal) and all my "dark secret" including all my naughty texts& bbm with my boyfriend....He is so smart in IT and uses android and berry as well...
My question is : can he retreive all my old emails and bbm, tweeter mssgs, etc...even i already take out my memory card? is the device automatically saved all ? what does it mean by "remote encryption" ?
Please guys, I need some helps here..
Thanks so much.
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- 03-01-13, 08:50 PM #35
I just got mine today! only $40 on ebay! Although this is not my first blackberry (had curve, 9930, tour, and play book)... I need to get a new housing because mine is torn up! is there anything i should be aware of for about this phone? Hope to keep using the 9000 till z10 gets launched on AT&T!
- 03-02-13, 07:13 PM #36
Re: Anyone here still using a 9000?
Oh and you can really install like 3 or 4 apps. I used advance led and os to clean the memory each day. Also I installed a leaked os 5 to shrink for more space.
- CrackBerry Newbie
03-11-13, 02:57 PM #39
- 2 Posts
Yes. I bought mine when it first came out. After what 5 years and it is still tanking and the call reception is superb. I use it at work to tether everyday and for the most part (surfing) it does a good job.
I replaced the housing and battery and the phone looks and still feeling like the day I bought it. The lack of memory (what most people mentioned) is a downside to keeping it in this day of age where many useful apps are so beneficial. I will hold on to it until it completely dies on me or see if any improvements in the Z10 in respect of apps.
Still holding back on purchasing the Z10 because of lack of app support (learned my lesson from buying a Playbook early).
- CrackBerry Abuser
03-14-13, 04:07 PM #40
- 183 Posts
yep this bold 9000 keeps trucking on and on and on and on aha. its been over 5 years and i still trust this phone enough to take it from one side of north america to the other and back . its a VERY well built phone and was built to last. im not changing phones until this one dies aha. and who knows maybe this phone will outlive us all jks. it already outlived my Mercedes lol. had a few other bbs but none compare to a truly remarkable bold 9000 keyboard
Sent from my BlackBerry 9000 using Tapatalk
- 03-15-13, 12:34 PM #42
Yeah I got my 9000 back from my son as h said he not going to need it a try backup, so I keeping it forever I posted here about it already, gotta say it is the best phone blackberry (RIM) at the time and even by today's standards it still fast and better then many phones out today.
I love my z10 and playbook can't wait until bridge is available fully though for playbook a BB10.
- 03-25-13, 10:35 PM #43
This 9000 might be the best device of its time. Put my sim in my iphone 2G, its UI's a turtle, no more whatsapp support, only EDGE, it basically feels ancient.
Same goes for the Moto Razr. Totally ancient.
Then I simmed my 9000, installed opera mini, and wow. So solid OS.
- 07-04-13, 02:41 PM #44
'Til Death do us Apart'..................I've tried everything else and then some and always end up with my trusty old Berry, the Bold 9000 ! call me old fashion but it is my main phone and will be until........................granted there are a couple of apps that I might not be able to use because of the memory space or lack of updates but for that I have my MacPro !
I drive a 30 year old car and there is nothing wrong with that, hahahaha
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