- CrackBerry User
01-03-13, 02:16 PM #26
- 35 Posts
Just got an email invite, looks like this is just for UK folks for now:
·******** BlackBerry Navigator 1.0 is only available for testing in the United Kingdomand is supported on the following devices running OS 7.1: 9900, 9790, 9360, 9320, 9860, 9810, 9380
- 01-03-13, 02:22 PM #28
I checked the BetaZone but it's not showing for me.
I see that you guys have already been there and posted about your issue.
What I don't understand is why you just cant paste the keycode into the field?
You don't need a paste function in the menu to use keyboard shortcuts.
That's the beauty of BlackBerry devices!
I may be showing my age with BlackBerry here, but if you can copy it from the email, just paste it into the field by hitting the left Shift button and the trackpad.
That does not work for you?
- 01-03-13, 02:32 PM #31
How can they "stick" with something that they cannot control or guarantee it will continue to work/be supported going forward?
Yeah. I think they could use their own map app that works well.
Keeps them on par with the rest of the competition.
I also believe they "better" come up with the resources.
Maps are becoming a more and more integral part of mobile operating systems.
They don't need to add that to a list of perceived shortcomings.
I wish it was available here...
- 01-03-13, 02:41 PM #34
I found an old link for you so you can be sure it is done correctly.
I use that shortcut all the time on my 9900. I've used it for so many years. It's habit.
FAQ: BlackBerry Copy and Paste Keyboard Shortcut - BerryReview
- 01-03-13, 02:45 PM #35
- 01-03-13, 02:55 PM #38
Can't paste code in only options switch app and exit !
Best surprise ever, frustrating!
going to try battery pull
forgot to say on bold 9900 (updated Signature), just wondering why it doesn't like me (even after battery pull)
Last edited by damianiw; 01-03-13 at 03:05 PM.
- 01-03-13, 03:15 PM #41
But that is an AT&T Navigator app. It's offered by AT&T. Hence the name.
This application is named BlackBerry Navigator. Which I would assume means proprietary to RIM.
Similar to BlackBerry Messenger or BlackBerry Traffic or BlackBerry Maps.
I just think maybe with the new tiered data programs being discussed, the carriers (data plans) may make money with the data needed to run it.
- 01-03-13, 03:21 PM #45
I'm on Vodafone in the UK and BlackBerry Navigator downloaded 1st time, to my 9900, I received key code by email and activated.
Seems to be working, will give it a proper "road" test tomorrow.
Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
- 01-03-13, 03:25 PM #47
For those that have the app let us know how the multitasking, battery hold up with this app running and what the POI search is like. Sadly I can't test this right now...
Last edited by mrskycar; 01-03-13 at 03:48 PM.
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