Mobility done right.
Charging under Ubuntu:
# cat charge.sh BLACKBERRY=`hal-find-by-property --key usb_device.product --string "Blackberry Handheld"` BLACKBERRY_USB=`hal-find-by-property --key usb.product --string "USB Vendor Specific Interface" --key usb.vendor --string "Research In Motion, Ltd."` hal-set-property --udi $BLACKBERRY --key usb_device.max_power --int 500 hal-set-property --udi $BLACKBERRY_USB --key usb.max_power --int 500
- Blackberry Connect for Nokia devices.
- Making the Blackberry work with your IMAP mailbox. Pretty neat, actually.
- BrowserBoss (alternative browser)
- Magmic games (free trials)
- Webmessenger (commercial service)
- Java/MIDP/MidpSSH (there's also Mobile SSH)
- BlackBerry Development, Part 1, Part 2
- PocketMac Blackberry Edition - trial version doesn't support accented characters.
- SyncAgain - Mac OS X sync software
- Using the BB as a GPRS Modem (untested on VF-PT devices, may not work at all).
- Task Switch: Alt+Esc
- Reset: Alt+Cap+Del
- Reorder Icons: Alt+Click (on unbranded devices only)
- Engineering Screen: Alt+Cap+h (unbranded devices only, provides access to GPRS data)
- Event Log: Alt+"LGLG" on home screen
- Alt+"NMLL" toggles network signal level display between graphical and numeric (unbranded devices only)
Hacks for pre-3.8 devices
- Open the browser, then choose options.
- when you see Browser Config. and General Properties type the following.."RBRO" and four more options should popup.
- Click on Browser Config, scroll down to constrained content mode: Click on WML Only and change to Unconstrained.
- Back out one level, Saving the changes.
- Click on Browser Config. one more time, and scroll down to Content Mode: and Click on WML Only and change to WML and HTML.
- Back out and save changes again.