Posted by: Raj Perumal
access points, BlackBerry 8900, cell network, data, Javelin, RIM, UMA, voice, wireless
Hi guys! As you know I am an avid user of the BlackBerry 8900. I love my BlackBerry for all things personal and corporate. One of my favourite features is UMA. The ability to do phone conversations over normal wireless access points.
However lately I have run into an issue. Sometimes I want my BlackBerry to use the wireless for data, but I want my normal cell network to be used for voice. Unfortunately it seems like the only way I can do this is by turning off the wireless network in my BlackBerry which disables it for both data and voice.
My question is this to all you BlackBerry users out there. Is there anyway to turn off wireless access point use just for voice, but to keep it working for data? If so, please post a comment here and let us know how you accomplished this. I’ve heard some rumours that this can be accomplished by manipulating the service books but unfortunately I do not know the details. Thanks for any help you can provide!