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Follow these simple instructions from Zeevideo to clean the track ball on the RIM BlackBerry Tour 9630 device. Using two simple items: a clean sheet of paper and a pair of scissors can clear most of your track ball issues. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 dose not have a removable track ball unit so to clean the trackball cut a small piece of paper that can be use to manure under the inset of the trackball, using your thumb move the trackball to the side allowing just enough space to slid the slip of paper under the unit. After sliding the paper under the unit maneuver the trackball as you normally would until the paper can be manipulated from both ends. The debris trapped beneath the unit will be dislodged and can be blown away. Be careful not to tear the paper, continue to work the paper until there is no debris to dislodge.
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The first BlackBerry device, the 850, was introduced in 1999 as a two-way pager in Munich, Germany. BlackBerry was a solution devised by RIM for delivering e-mail over several different wireless networks. The name BlackBerry was coined by the marketing company Lexicon Branding. The name was chosen out of about 40 potential names, because of the resemblance of the keyboard's buttons to that of the drupelets that compose the blackberry fruit, and the instant pronunciation which reflected the speed of this push email system.
In 2004 you would have been hard pressed to find me without a BlackBerry 7280 attached to my hip. In 2005 it was the smaller, SureType-equipped 7105t. In 2006 it was the Pearl 8100. In 2007 it was the Curve 8300. In 2008 it was the Storm 9530, followed by the World Edition 8830. In 2009 it was the Tour 9630. And finally, in 2010, it was the Pearl 3G 9100.
If your BlackBerry Tour 9630 has stopped responding, you can't answer phone calls, or respond to emails or text messages from business clients and customers. The Tour doesn't have a dedicated "Reset" button, but you can still reset the device in one of two ways. A soft reset usually fixes the device if it freezes, and the process doesn't affect your data. If this doesn't work, you might try a hard reset, also called a security wipe. This process restores your BlackBerry's settings to a default state. You can also delete all the apps and data on the phone or its memory card.
free Facebook Version 184.108.40.206 for BlackBerry applicationsFile Size: 3768 KBRequired Device SoftwareSmartphone: 4.5.0 or higher Model:Blackberry 82XX Series (240*320) Pearl Flip Devices Models: 8200, 8220, 8230/Blackberry 8350i (320*240) Related Devices Model: 8500, 8520, 8530, 9300(Kepler), 9320, 9330, 9350, 9360, 9370/Blackberry 83XX Series (320*240) Curve Devices Models: 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330 / Blackberry 87XX Series (320*240) Devices Models: 8700c, 8700r, 8700f, 8700g, 8703e, 8707, 8707g, 8707v .etc /Blackberry 88XX Series (320*240) Devices Models: 8800, 8820, 8830 .etc /Blackberry 89XX Curve Series (480*360): 8900(Javelin), 8910(Atlas), 8930, 8950, 8980/Blackberry 90XX Bold (Onyx) Series (480*320) Devices Models: 9000, 9020(Onyx)/Blackberry 96XX Tour (Niagara) Series (480*360):9600, 9630, 9650(Tour2), 9700(Bold2), 9780, Dakota, Apollo /Blackberry 95XX Storm Series (360*480):9500, 9510, 9520, 9530, 9550(Storm2), 9570(Storm3), 9800(Torch), Torch2/Blackberry Pearl 3G Series (360*400) Devices Models: 9100, 9105, 9670(Style)/Blackberry 99XX (OS 7.0) Series (640*480) Devices Models: 9900, 9930, 9981
Sprint now has two top-notch smartphones. The Palm Pre is the energetic, if still somewhat unformed adolescent. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 is the mature adult. Both have things to learn from each other. The Pre could learn a lot from the Tour's great power management, world-phone capability, and rich third-party app catalog. The Tour, on the other hand, could learn a lot from the Pre about fun and about browsing the Web.
Palm assured me that the Pre's third-party app catalog will ramp up, but it sounds like that process may take months. Until we see the next WebOS phone, then, I'm crowning the BlackBerry Tour 9630 as the Editor's Choice smartphone on Sprint.