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May 21, 2012 by Dan Nixon
Got a BlackBerry Curve 9320 but not sure how to do something on it? Not to worry as we’ve come up with a comprehensive guide for all the things your handset is capable of.
Navigate using the links below but if you can’t find what you’re looking for just leave a question in the comments and we’ll try our best to get you an answer.
What’s the latest software update available for my phone?
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 runs BlackBerry OS 7.1. It’s always worth checking the official BlackBerry website from time to time though, as RIM often releases new software updates.
How will I know if a new software update is available?
Where can I get more help?
If you have any more questions about your phone’s software, head over to the P4u Forum and get in touch with the team, who will be more than happy to help you out.
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How do I change my phone’s Bluetooth name?
How do I pair my phone with another Bluetooth device?
How do I stop people sending me stuff over Bluetooth?
How do I remove a device from my Bluetooth pairing list?
How do I connect my phone to my computer?
How do I take a picture on my phone?
How do I capture video?
Where can I see the pictures/videos I have taken?
To watch your videos:
How do I delete a picture or video?
To delete a picture:
To delete a video:
How many pictures can I take on my phone?
Your phone doesn’t come with too much internal memory so it’s well worth investing in a microSD card to store your snaps on. Your phone supports cards up to 32GB. Obviously, how much memory you have available for pictures depends on how much music, videos and other stuff is saved on your handset.
How long a video clip I can record on my phone?
Unlimited. It simply depends on how much memory you have available.
You can find out exactly how much memory is left on your phone by going to Options from the main menu, choosing Device, then Storage.
How do I set up my email account on my phone?
How do I send an email?
How do I set up BlackBerry Balance?
BlackBerry Balance separates your work and personal accounts on your handset. In order to use the service, you have to be connected to the BlackBerry Enterprise Server, so you’ll need to go and see your IT guy at work in order to get set up. Once you’ve done this, your handset will automatically detect any applications which are work-related or not. Work applications are indicated by a suitcase icon in the main menu.
How do I set up BlackBerry Messenger?
To use BlackBerry Messenger you need to make sure it is included in your phone contract. The best way to check this is to get in touch with your network provider. Once you’re all sorted:
What is PIN Messaging?
PIN messaging is another way that BlackBerry users can keep in touch with each other. In order to use this service, you’ll need to find out your own BlackBerry PIN. This is a unique number that identifies your handset. To find out your PIN:
How do I send a picture message?
How do I delete a text message?
How do I use the voice search feature?
How do I put music onto my phone?
You’ll need to have BlackBerry Desktop Software installed onto your computer in order to sync your media files with your BlackBerry handset. You can download this software from the official BlackBerry website for free. It’s available for both PC and Mac users. Once you’ve done this:
How do I make a music playlist?
To delete a song from an existing playlist:
To delete a playlist:
What type of media files does my phone support?
The BlackBerry Curve 9320 supports:
How many songs can my phone hold?
Your phone doesn’t have a lot of memory so if you want to pack your tunes onto your handset, get a decent sized microSD card (the Curve 9320 supports cards up to 32GB). As a rough guide, 1GB of memory can hold about 250 songs, so 32GB can store loads more!
You can find out exactly how much memory is left on your BlackBerry by going to Options from the main menu, choosing Device then Storage.
Does my phone have an app store?
Yes, it comes with access to BlackBerry App World.
How do I access BlackBerry App World?
You can access BlackBerry App World directly from your handset. You’ll find it in the main menu under the name App World. If you can’t find App World in the main menu, you will need to download it from the internet via your phone. Just type www.blackberry.com/appworld/download into your phone’s browser and press the Download Now icon.
Alternatively, you can download BlackBerry App World onto your computer and transfer it to your handset. To do this, head over to the official BlackBerry website and connect your device to your computer, then just hit the Download It Today icon.
How do I download an app?
How do I delete an app?
How do I connect to a Wi-Fi network on my phone?
How do I sign into my social networking accounts?
Your phone comes with pre-installed Facebook and Twitter apps, so all you need to do to start using them is open them up from the main menu and whack in your log-in details. Alternatively, you can view all your latest social happenings using Social Feeds.
How do I use Social Feeds?
If you have more than one social networking account, the best way to keep up-to-date with the latest goings on is via the Social Feeds app. This lets you view your friend’s statuses and update your own in one place. To use Social Feeds:
How do I open multiple windows on the web browser?
Your phone supports tabbed web browsing so you can have more than one webpage open at once. To open a new tab:
To switch between tabs:
To close a tab:
How do I bookmark a webpage?
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