- 05-18-13, 09:08 PM #201
CrackBerry Team, this should be brought to attention. We, the people, want Snapchat, it's gaining traction amongst the teenage crowd and it would be a drawing factor to have on BB App World.
- CrackBerry Newbie
07-14-13, 07:28 AM #202
- 1 Posts
BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK ERROR [E:0x35] SOLVED (MOUNTING VOLUME Z)
BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK ERROR [E:0x35] TOTALLY SOLVED (VOLUME MOUNTING)
Verify that the status of the Research In Motion® Local Area Connection:
Open the Windows Control Panel.
In Windows XP, open Network Connections. In Windows Vista/7, open Network Connections by clicking the start button, clicking Control Panel, clicking Network and Internet, clicking Network and Sharing Center, and then clicking Change Adapter Settings.
Right click on the Research In Motion Local Area Connection and choose Properties.
(If multiple Local Area Connection's exist, hover the mouse over the connection to see which one is the Research In Motion LAN)
Under the General tab, see if Client for Microsoft Networks is present.
If the Client for Microsoft Networks is not present, use the following steps to install it:
Choose Client and then Add.
Choose Client for Microsoft Networks from the list.
Once the install is complete, verify that Client for Microsoft Networks is now present.
Disconnect and reconnect the BlackBerry PlayBook and test.
KB29216-Media Services Are Not Available in BlackBerry Desktop Software when connecting the BlackBerry PlayBook
REFER THIS LINK GUYS
I HAVE ACTUALLY SPENT 9 MONTHS BCOZ OF THIS PROB SO WANT NO ONE TO WANDER UNNECESERILY
- CrackBerry Abuser
08-12-13, 07:33 PM #203
- 203 Posts
Samsung announces deal with Blackberry
Samsung announces BBM for Android – BlackBerry still quiet
BlackBerry and Samsung team up over BBM, marketing in Africa | ZDNet
BlackBerry still hasn’t announced official launch details for BBM for Android or BBM for iOS, but that didn’t stop Samsung from making an official announcement this week. According to a press release picked up by N4BB, Samsung’s African arm has announced that BBM for Android will be available in Google Play and the Samsung app store “soon,” and that it will be free for all Galaxy smartphones. No specific details or launch timing were provided. Last week, BGR shared the first picture of BBM for Android running on a handset and the app has reportedly been made available to early beta testers ahead of its public release. The full press release from Samsung follows below.
Samsung to offer BBM in Samsung App store for all GALAXY Smartphonedevices
5th August, 2013 – Today, Samsung has announced that the upcoming BBM™ app will be available in the Google Play and the Samsung App store soon and available to all Samsung GALAXY smartphone consumers across Africa.
Says George Ferreira, VP and COO of Samsung Electronics Africa: “At Samsung we are all about collaboration, innovation and driving consumer experience based on choice, value and customisation to suit every lifestyle. As such, bringing a top tier messaging service such as BBM is another way that we are expanding the catalogue of our messaging services and offering customers an amazing way to stay instantly connected with colleagues, friends and family.”
BBM will form part of Samsung Messaging Hub as a complementary addition to the current slate of propriety and third party messaging services that Samsung customers enjoy – all aimed at empowering consumers to connect with each other in better ways using text messaging. Offering BBM on GALAXY smartphones in Africa will give Samsung customers access to the BBM social network, including BBM chats, multi-person chats and and BBM Groups, which allows BBM customers to create groups of up to 30 people, as well as the ability to share photos and voice notes.
“It is important to strike a balance between developing high-tech smartphones that carry brands in to the future and creating a sustainable ecosystem that primarily supports the needs of consumers that use these devices. Value added services are considered a prerequisite in the fast-paced, challenging environment that exists today and as a result, we will continue to drive innovation through our smart hub functionalities to ensure our consumers have the choice which they desire,” concludes Ferreira.
“BBM provides one of the best and most robust mobile messaging experiences today. BBM has always set the standard for mobile instant messaging and we are thrilled to bring this experience to Samsung customers across Africa,” said Andrew Bocking, Executive Vice President BBM at BlackBerry. “BBM is loved by people who rely on fast, trusted messaging, along with the immediacy that our delivered and read statuses bring. Samsung customers will soon join the BBM nation in its love of the “D” and “R” notifications.”
The companies have also agreed to joint marketing efforts to showcase BBM for Android to customers and to mobile users across Africa.
At launch, the app will be available for download from the Samsung and Google Play Stores, at no cost.
- 10-22-13, 04:44 PM #208
- CrackBerry Newbie
11-22-13, 11:37 PM #210
- 1 Posts
I wasn't discreetly attempting to mention it .. I simply did not say it.There are not any affiliate earnings, points or different rewards. simply the satisfaction and "thanks" of serving to out the Crack Berry Nation.
TOP PROJECT WORLD INFORMATION
- 03-28-14, 09:45 AM #213
- CrackBerry User
08-26-15, 12:46 PM #214
- 73 Posts
- CrackBerry Abuser
12-31-15, 06:38 AM #216
- 195 Posts
The BlackBerry PRIV has landed in Croatia.
Yet no fanfare on Crackberry or any type of media release. But when the t-mobile (USA) release date is announced, ... Damn Americans!
- CrackBerry User
01-15-16, 12:09 PM #217
- 16 Posts
Its not new news but think an editorial on BlackBerry Balance would be nice. Was not aware of this service for the enterprise and its kind of been over looked in the press. This solves the solution of consumers wanting to keep their personal life seperate from the enterprise servers.
- CrackBerry Addict
06-10-16, 01:10 PM #218
- 780 Posts
- 06-17-16, 01:51 PM #219
BlackBerry Blend appears to be broken for *all* tablets (Android and iOS) when trying to connect to BB10 devices. Desktop BlackBerry Blend still works. The problem manifests as a message, "Loading Devices..." and hangs. BlackBerry Help keeps suggesting that users uninstall/install, which has been tried. Can this be tested on CrackBerry's end and if there is indeed a problem, then perhaps a story to get BlackBerry in gear? Thanks!