The Real (and Virtual) Adventures of Nathan the IT Guy:

Curve 8900

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February 25, 2010  1:33 AM

BlackBerry Bold 9700 (Bold 2)



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BlackBerry, Bold 2, Bold 9700, Cisco, Curve 8900, processing power, trackpad, Wi-Fi

Okay all you business people out there... I have been using my BlackBerry Curve 8900 for quite some time, I am very happy with it, everything about it is great minus a few aesthetics here and there. But what more could a young tech savvy guy like me want? You got it MORE POWER! :) With that I would...

September 23, 2009  4:51 PM

Updating BlackBerry Devices via BlackBerry Desktop Manager



Posted by: Nathan Simon
Black Berry, BlackBerry, BlackBerry desktop manager 5, Curve 8900, error 507, reload nuked BlackBerry

Here's a warning for all you BlackBerry junkies out there. The scenario goes like this. My father bought a BlackBerry 8320 SmartPhone, i being the wonderful son I am, wanted to update his OS software. So I plugged the phone into my computer, BlackBerry Desktop Manager 5 saw the phone and said there...


September 2, 2009  12:11 AM

Blackberry Curve 8900 Duplicate Emails



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BES, BlackBerry, blackberry duplicate emails, Blackberry Enterprise Server, curve, Curve 8900, desktop sync, duplicate emails, service book, service books

In the last few days I was getting duplicate emails on my phone, not every email mind you, and there was no pattern, it just seemed like sometimes I would get an email twice. I have an account on Blackberry Enterprise Server from work. Well I used my past experience with Service Books to resolve my...


May 8, 2009  3:23 AM

CloudPrint from HP, for the BlackBerry



Posted by: Nathan Simon
cloud, CloudPrint, Curve 8900, eweek, HP, Palm Pre, print, WiFi

Well here is what I was talking about, CloudPrint is an HP designed solution that allows any blackberry user the ability to print to any printer without a driver, it will be available to BIS and BES customers, as long as they have WIFI or a data plan. Read the full story at


May 7, 2009  5:28 AM

BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0



Posted by: Nathan Simon
BES, Blackberry Enterprise Server, Curve 8830, Curve 8900, google support

BES 5.0 has been out for a couple days now, bringing along with it centralized management over applications allowed and disallowed, high-availability(allowing it to fail over to a stand by server), remote file access, enhanced calendar functionality. and a few new features that you can check out


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