1. adorkablerocker's Avatar
    Just wondering...kinda annoying to have to enable and disable when I want to transfer movies and music onto my phone.
    12-15-08 09:06 PM
  2. The Blackberry Veteran's Avatar
    Kind of depends on the blackberry. But try it out (one day on/one day off)

    Shouldn't be too much of a difference

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    12-15-08 09:08 PM
  3. opph20's Avatar
    Yes the bluetooth will drain your battery a lil faster than without it on.

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    12-15-08 09:13 PM
  4. r0k's Avatar
    I have an 8830 which is known for very long battery life. I leave my bluetooth on all the time. When I get in my car, it connects to my car kit and just works. When I'm walking around, I don't bother with one of those bluetooth headset borg-looking things. So I would say my use is relatively minimal. Sometimes at the end of the day, I have 100% battery. I almost never have less than 80%. I've heard the Curve battery life is not as good as the 8830, but in general Blackberries are known for long battery life.
    12-15-08 09:16 PM
  5. opph20's Avatar
    Yes the bluetooth will drain your battery a lil faster than without it on.

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    12-15-08 09:26 PM
  6. teal's Avatar
    You can really notice it on a trip with bluetooth connection to car. Obviously a car charger solves the problem but the point is proven.

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    12-15-08 09:40 PM
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