RIM Launches New BlackBerry in India

April 21st, 2012 @ // No Comments

There are droves of investors hoping Research in Motion (TSX: RIM / NASDAQ: RIMM) will hit a home run and avert a complete meltdown, which nearly seems imminent based on the tech giant’s collapsing stock price and dismal quarterly reports over the past year.

On that note, the company launched a groundbreaking new handset on April 18th specifically tailored for the market in India.

“The new BlackBerry Curve 9220 offers a unique mobile experience that young Indians will like thanks to its affordable pricing and unmatched messaging and social connectivity features,” said Sunil Dutt, Managing Director for India at RIM.

In addition to the familiar BlackBerry messaging and new social-centric features, RIM said the 9220 delivers the longest lasting battery life yet for any BlackBerry Curve model. That translates to about 7 hours of talk time or up to 28 hours of music playback or FM radio listening on headphones.

Users in India should be impressed by the BlackBerry 7.1 OS, which supports the full menu of BlackBerry services plus the built in WiFi that allows quick Internet browsing without incurring mobile data usage costs. And for excellent measure, RIM has included a built-in FM radio, which does not require a data plot or use data services.

As part of the Indian debut, BlackBerry Curve 9220 customers may download a selection of apps from BlackBerry App World worth 2500 Rupees, for free, from April 19th until June 30, 2012. Some of the well loved applications included are: Pencil Camera, Photo Studio Pro, Horoscope Oracle – Follow Your Lucky Stars, Drive Safely Pro and Ultimate Cricket.

Research in Motion has reported that sales outside the US, Britain and Canada accounted for 68 percent of total revenue in its fourth quarter, up 7 percent from the previous quarter.

India, South Africa, Nigeria and Saudi Arabia are a huge part of that outside market and RIM has intense sales campaigns specifically targeted at those countries.

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EXCLUSIVE – BlackBerry maker hires law firm for restructuring

April 21st, 2012 @ // No Comments

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Blackberry maker gets ready for major restructuring

April 21st, 2012 @ // No Comments

BlackBerry maker Research In Motion has hired law firm Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP to work out a restructuring plan that could include selling assets, seeking joint ventures or licensing patents, people briefed on the matter said.

As part of the struggling Canadian smartphone maker’s strategic review, the RIM board is discussing ways to boost revenue from its new BlackBerry 10 operating system and possibly opening up its proprietary network, the sources said.

At one point, RIM was hoping to add as much as $4 billion in revenue from deals with major telecom carriers, sources said.

“This is a very mature strategy and RIM was very far down the road with a lot of those discussions with carriers,” one of the sources added.

The restructuring efforts come as the Blackberry maker tries to stem customer losses to Apple Inc’s iPhone and smartphones running Google Inc’s Android software.

RIM posted a $125 million loss in its most recent quarter as it wrote down BlackBerry inventories. It took an even larger hit on its underperforming PlayBook tablet computers three months earlier. RIM’s stock has plunged 75 percent in the last 12 months, giving the company a market value under $7 billion.

Representatives for Milbank and RIM declined to comment.

A number of investment banks have approached RIM over the past several months, vying for a role as financial adviser. But for now, RIM is not expected to hire a banker unless it decides to sell off a major asset or if the company receives takeover interest from an industry competitor, the sources said.

RIM has worked with Milbank previously and also retains law firm Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP and the consulting firm Monitor Group for strategic advice. The two firms were not immediately available for comment.

Balsillie’s Proposal
RIM, which once dominated the smartphone market, appointed a new CEO, Thorsten Heins, in January when longtime co-CEOs Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie resigned under pressure.

Before he left, Balsillie had led a three-pronged plan to double RIM’s service revenue by allowing carriers to use its services for messaging, content delivery, and analytics on all smartphones, sources with knowledge of his plan told Reuters.

Balsillie’s plan offered carriers a way to tempt budget customers to upgrade to smartphones, with a data plan restricted to social networking and messaging services.

The sources said it also involved a “carrier cloud” to compete with device-specific services such as Apple’s iCloud and cross-platform products, like DropBox and Netflix .

RIM started talks with the world’s largest telecom companies more than six months ago and they were still going on as late as January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

But the board got cold feet on concerns about cost and fears that the company’s smartphones could lose more market share if the popular BlackBerry Messenger chat system was available on other devices. Balsillie quit RIM’s board in March.

Sources declined to discuss pricing details for the aborted plan, citing the potential for deals to still get done.

It was not clear how much of Balsillie’s plan will be incorporated in the restructuring that Milbank is advising on.

Strategic Acquisitions
Since late 2010, RIM had been taking steps to make its network services available to other devices, and made a string of acquisitions to support that strategy, according to several sources with knowledge of the matter.

Last October, RIM bought Dublin-based digital content company Newbay Software, which stores photo and video albums, music, address books, calendars on its own servers and can deliver it to any Internet-connected device, including mobile phones, personal computers, tablets and televisions.

When RIM bought it, Newbay boasted more than 80 million subscribers and had relationships with many of the carriers that Balsillie was negotiating with.

Earlier in 2011, RIM bought small Swedish video-editing company Jaycut, German social gaming company Scoreloop in June, and Waterloo-based tinyHippos, which owned a cross-platform app testing tool.

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Unlock Blackberry P9981 Porsche Design

March 2nd, 2012 @ // No Comments

 

How to Unlock Blackberry Porsche Design P9981 CellPhones

 

  1. Insert any SIM card.
  2. Go to Settings Menu and then Options.
  3. Select Advanced options and then SIM Card.
  4. Type MEPD using your Blackberry keyboard. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  5. Type MEP then [ALT] & then 2 on your Blackberry keyboard. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  6. You should be presented with a prompt “Enter Network MEP Code”.
  7. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased. >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  8. Press Enter (You can use the track ball as well).
  9. Your BlackBerry is now unlocked.

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Unlock Bold 9790

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How to Unlock Blackberry Bold 9790 CellPhone

 

  1. Power the phone with a not-allowed SIM card and you will be prompted to enter the code.
  2. Enter the code you just purchased. >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  3. Press in the track wheel / jog dial to confirm.
  4. Your phone is now unlocked.

OR

 

  1. Insert any SIM Card.
  2. Go to ‘Manage Connections’
  3. Click on ‘Turn All Connections Off’
  4. Go to ‘Options’
  5. Click on ‘Device’
  6. Click on ‘Advanced System Settings’
  7. Click on ‘SIM Card’
  8. Type MEPD (You will not be able to see what you type)
  9. Once you see the Personalization screen type MEP2 (You will not be able to see what you type)
  10. Enter code you just purchased when prompted. >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  11. Reboot device
  12. Go to ‘Manage Connections’
  13. Click on ‘Restore Connections’
  14. Device is now unlocked

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Unlock Curve 9380

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How to Unlock Blackberry Curve 9380 CellPhone

 

  1. Insert any SIM card.
  2. Go to Settings Menu and then Options.
  3. Select Advanced Options and then SIM Card.
  4. Type MEPD using your Blackberry keyboard. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  5. Type MEP then [ALT] & then 2 on your Blackberry keyboard for all models except 7100 for which you will have to Type MEPP2. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  6. You should be presented with a prompt “Enter Network MEP Code”.
  7. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased.  >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  8. Press Enter (You can use the track ball as well).
  9. Your BlackBerry is now unlocked.

** We always recommend to do a Battery pull after unlocking your Blackberry Curve 9350

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Unlock Curve 9350

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Unlock Blackberry Curve 9350

How to Unlock Blackberry Curve 9350 CellPhone

 

  1. Insert any SIM card.
  2. Go to Settings Menu and then Options.
  3. Select Advanced Options and then SIM Card.
  4. Type MEPD using your Blackberry keyboard. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  5. Type MEP then [ALT] & then 2 on your Blackberry keyboard for all models except 7100 for which you will have to Type MEPP2. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  6. You should be presented with a prompt “Enter Network MEP Code”.
  7. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased.  >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  8. Press Enter (You can use the track ball as well).
  9. Your BlackBerry is now unlocked.

** We always recommend to do a Battery pull after unlocking your Blackberry Curve 9350

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Blackberry Unlocking Instructions

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In the following video you will see how easy it is to enter your unlock code !!

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Incase you still have some doubts or need any clarifications please read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) section or feel free to Contact Us.

 

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Unlock Curve 8350i

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Unlock Blackberry Curve 8350i

How to Unlock Blackberry Curve 8350i CellPhone

 

  1. Insert any SIM card.
  2. Go to Settings Menu and then Options.
  3. Select Advanced Options and then SIM Card.
  4. Type MEPD using your Blackberry keyboard for all models , except 7100 for which you will have to Type MEPPD. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  5. Type MEP then [ALT] & then 2 on your Blackberry keyboard for all models except 7100 for which you will have to Type MEPP2. (You will not be able to see what you type)
  6. You should be presented with a prompt “Enter Network MEP Code”.
  7. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased.  >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
  8. Press Enter (You can use the track ball as well).
  9. Your BlackBerry is now unlocked.

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Unlock Storm

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How to Unlock Blackberry Storm Series CellPhones

Tip: Turn the phone sideways so you get the full qwerty keypad
1. Insert any SIM card
2. Turn off all of the wireless connections
3. Go to Options and
4. Select Advanced Options
5. Select SIM Card
6. Hit menu select show keyboard
7. Enter MEPD (You will not be able to see what you type)
8. Enter MEP2
9. Now it will say enter network MEP code
10. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased & press Enter. >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
11. Your phone is now unlocked.
*Please note that after unlocking your Storm, you will need to do a Battery Pull and then go to Options/Mobile Network and change Network Technology to GSM/UMTS and select 2G.

** If your Storm is locked to Verizon USA, Telus Canada or Bell Canada, follow instructions below :-

Tip: Turn the phone sideways so you get the full qwerty keypad
1. Insert any SIM Card
2. Go to ‘Manage Connections’
3. Click on ‘Turn All Connections Off’
4. Go to ‘Options’
5. Go back to ‘Options’
6. Click on ‘Advanced Options’
7. Click on ‘SIM Card’
8. Type MEPD (You will not be able to see what you type)
9. Type MEP2 (You will be prompted to enter MEP code)
10. Enter the Unlock Code you just purchased & press Enter. >> Click Here To Purchase Now <<
11. Reboot device
12. Go to ‘Manage Connections’
13. Click on ‘Restore Connections’
14. Device is now unlocked

*Please note that after unlocking your Storm, you will need to do a Battery Pull and then go to Options/Mobile Network and change Network Technology to GSM/UMTS and select 2G.

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