Hello. downloaded and installed the new software - works great so far.
How do I go about setting a password for the phone? Under Options --> Security Options, I dno't see a "General Settings" where it seems like most internet forums say I need to set a password here.
Try this go to options>security options>advanced security options> keystores
Sorry for my double post earlier - computer problems.
and thanks for your previous answer. however, what I really want a password for you to unlock the phone. I can't find where to do that in the new 5.0 OS. instead of the * (and) green-send key to unlock, I wanted it to require a password.
The info up above, after I enabled it, doesn't see to make this happen.
Have you tried looking here...?
No need to feel that way at all.
I myself get used to working problems from a certain angle for so long that I forget that there may be another angle to look at.
I do, but apart from that build OS is awesome, I love it! So many new features, its like a brand new phone, Superb.
I dont agree with this chap BlackBerrySites Official BlackBerry 5.0 OS Walkthrough Video! - Official BlackBerry 5.0 OS Walkthrough Video! | BlackBerrySites.com at all, I think its way and above how he describes it.
On Bootup, you get a progress bar.
And is usable within seconds.
Bootup now (For Me) takes 8 mins, my last version .303 took 45mins, it had a lot of trouble reading the memory card.
Search results in Messages can be Filtered by Sender
We now have a Media Folder
All Music is numbered
New UI with scrolling figures & dates.
Threaded SMS & you can view your SMS in BBM, cool as!
You can view Your Memory Usage, how much space pics, music, documents are all taking up.
Can view full screen pics, Zooming in on Pics is a lot smoother just by clicking rollerball
Media, Usable Icons, Can Loop/repeat/shuffle your music without BB Key
Do more with your profiles & Being able to see what is configured with BerryBuzz
Options in BB key, takes you too Themes and do more modifications to themes, save themes & Icon placement
Do More with Playlists (Not Figured this out yet, does not make any sense to me)
Not figured this out yet either, but its supposed to put the Media Buttons on Homescreen
Search option, more options to search
More Options in QuickLaunch to add to QuickLaunch
More options in Messages, i.e. Flag and File
Properties For Flaging
Messages Options In Messages takes you to Profiles, thus giving you more flexability to alter your Profiles.
Messages Search Sender and Message
Viewing Your Apps in Applications is more intuitive.
Here we go
BlackBerry Bold 9000, Software - Vodafone D2 - BlackBerry Bold 9000 / BlackBerry-Handhelds / BlackBerry / Hilfe & Support
Its the multilanguage 9000M_PBr5.0.0_rel661_PL18.104.22.168_A22.214.171.1241.exe
the double click thing with the trackball is getting way outta hand for me.
other then that i love this os.
the double click with just pushing the track ball once just seems to be getting worse.
but the double click thing is like this.
lets say your on a message and want to open it, you push the track ball once but it takes it as a double click so it will go to a whole other option or whatever menu is after.
i often find myself resending pictures to people because when i click on the picture i sent, it takes me 1 click as 2 and clicks it to open it, then hits the resend button on the extra click i didnt do.
if this isnt a problem with yours let me know.
i seen someone else post this issue but havent heard much else on it, perhaps i need to wipe and do a reinstall if it doesnt happen to u.
please keep me posted.
anyone else have this prob?
my co-worker has been running the vodafone on his ATT 9000 for a day now and loves it, he reports no issues
Last edited by yhamaie; 02-10-2010 at 10:33 PM.
Please note that net_rim_font_emoji.cod (Emoji - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia) (NOT animated) has been added in OS 5. Consequently, Emoji fonts (picture character fonts) appear in Symbols when the Japanese Input option is active.
[ CJK.alx ]
Code:<library id="net.rim.blackberry.lang.ja.emoji"> <name>BlackBerry Bitmap Emoji Font Library</name> <fileset Java="1.0"> <directory>Java</directory> <files> net_rim_font_emoji.cod </files> </fileset> </library>Code:<application id="net.rim.blackberry.lang.ja_Romaji" JPN_Input="True" syslangid="0x0011"> <name>Japanese Romaji Input Method</name> <description>Japanese Input Support for BlackBerry handhelds</description> <version>%_appsVersion:V02%</version> <vendor>Research In Motion</vendor> <copyright>Copyright 1998-2008 Research In Motion</copyright> <requires id="net.rim.platform.lang.ja"/> <requires id="net.rim.blackberry.lang.ja.rendering"/> <requires id="net.rim.blackberry.lang.ja.emoji"/> <required>false</required> <apptype>blackberry_system</apptype> <fileset series="9000" Java="1.0"> <directory>Java</directory> <files> net_rim_tid_AWnnJapanese.cod JapaneseOptions.cod net_rim_runtime_resource__ja.cod net_rim_bb_resource__ja.cod net_rim_bb_diagnostic_resource__ja.cod </files> </fileset> <fileset series="9000" WLAN="True" Java="1.0"> <directory>Java</directory> <files> net_rim_wlan_bb_resource__ja.cod net_rim_wlan_runtime_resource__ja.cod </files> </fileset> <fileset GPS="True" Java="1.0"> <directory>Java</directory> <files> net_rim_bb_elt_resource__ja.cod </files> </fileset> </application>
Last edited by yhamaie; 02-10-2010 at 10:54 PM.
For your information,
are the latest sets of software officially released by NTT DoCoMo, which is the largest mobile phone carrier in Japan and the sole provider of BES and BIS services in Japan.