How To Unlock BlackBerry Torch 9800 AT&T Phone

Everyone wants to unlock their AT&T phone, this is a fact with many web or site offering it.
This service become more and more needed.
 So how about if you have Blackberry with AT&T service, how to unlock your device?.
It’s simple I think you can visit blackberry official site and follow the instructions :

  1. new BlackBerry Desktop Software on your Windows computer.
  2. Install new BlackBerry device software on your Windows computer.
  3. Connect your BlackBerry smartphone to your Windows computer using the USB cable that came with your BlackBerry smartphone. Your data will be backed up automatically as part of the upgrade process.
And it’s done

All AT&T® customers can view available BlackBerry® Desktop and BlackBerry® Device Software by selecting a product from the drop down menu below. Performing device software updates will require the USB cable that came with your BlackBerry® smartphone. Updates may take 30 minutes or more to complete, during which time you will be unable to use the device or make emergency calls.
Follow these easy steps to update your BlackBerry Device Software to the latest version:
  1. Install new BlackBerry Desktop Software on your Windows® computer.
  2. Install new BlackBerry device software on your Windows computer.
  3. Connect your BlackBerry smartphone to your Windows computer using the USB cable that came with your BlackBerry smartphone. Your data will be backed up automatically as part of the upgrade process.
NOTE: Confirm what version of software your smartphone has by going to Settings>Options>About from the main menu of the device.

HTC Status AT&T Android Phone Reviews

HTC Status is the next Smartphone from the company which has a dedicated facebook share button that enables you to post anythings to social networking websites i.e/ photos, videos, status updates.
HTC status proudly powered by Android OS, v2.3 (Gingerbread) and Qualcomm MSM7227 800 MHz processor. HTC’s status is an exclusive HTC ChaCha launched by AT & T in the United States. HTC status have the same specs as the HTC ChaCha.

HTC’s status Android operating system using 2.3 Gingerbread with 2.6-inch touch screen support and a full QWERTY keyboard. When HTC announced the Status, its first phone that fully integrates with Facebook, I thought it would be a cheap gimmick. 

The HTC Status adds Facebook to the mix. Then there's the Facebook button on the keyboard. HTC developed its own Facebook chat app that comes pre-loaded on the Status. While the Status is technically an Android-powered smartphone, it's still hurt by it's small, 2.6-inch screen size. The Status runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread along with version 3.0 of HTC's Sense skin. Underneath that, there's another tiny widget that displays the latest post from your Facebook news feed. After spending several days using the Status, I almost wish HTC didn't load the Status with Android.
It's main selling point is increased Facebook integration. Overall, my first impression of the HTC Status is of a well-built and usable low-end phone with good Facebook integration. The $49 HTC Status, the country's first "Facebook phone," entices you to share everything you're doing by pressing its softly glowing dedicated Facebook logo button. When the sideways screen affects the Facebook app, though, things really hurt.

How To Use AT&T Applications on HTC Freestyle

HTC Freestyle AT&T Phone user can download and manage AT&T application on their device. AT&T give user access to set it up. if you have or just buy HTC Freestyle there are applications available that AT&T provider put it on your smartphone.

  • AT&T Appcenter
AT&T AppCenter is an online store provided by AT&T where you can download free and paid apps to be used on your device.

To access AT&T AppCenter, select Menu>AppCenter

  • AT&T Family Map
 AT&T FamilyMap is a subscription service that allows you to conveniently locate a family member’s wireless phone on a map from your device. To sign up or learn more about AT&T FamilyMap visit

  • AT&T Navigator
AT&T Navigator is a GPS application that requires a subscription. When you have subscribed to AT&T Navigator, you can use the application to get turn by turn directions, find local business and more. Contact AT&T for further details.

To access AT&T Navigator, select Menu>AT&T Navigator. 

  • AT&T Radio
The AT&T Radio application (accessed from the Main Menu) that allows you to listen to 300+ stations anywhere you go. AT&T Radio does require a subscription outside of your data plan. For additional details, contact AT&T.

To access AT&T Radio, select Menu>AT&T Radio.

Connect a Wired Headset (it acts as the antenna) and select a station. 

HTC Freestyle AT&T Phone USer Manual Guide

HTC Freestyle has a solid, user-friendly design with all the essential features you need for communication. HTC Freestyle officially been released on January 2011, but we noticed that the User Guide of this Smartphone.  The released phone in market should be immediately followed with the released with the User Guide of the Phone, especially if the Phone box doesn’t had a paper printed Manual.
For more info and download the latest HTC Freestyle AT&T phone Manual guide follow this Link.

HTC Inspire 4G Quick Start Guide And Manual Guide Software Update


When you want to update your HTC Inspire 4G just going to Home>Menu>Settings> AT&T Software Update.
This update will only be available for AT&T Inspire 4G Customers and will be sent to the device over the air. Once the release is ready, Inspire 4G users will receive a notification on their device advising them of this update and provide instructions to receive and install it.

You can get newest update wi-fi software, user manual guide and quick start guide also how to syncronize your HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone. Download it here.

Most Question Users About HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone

HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone is one of the most wanted AT&T phone now, So before you buy it we suggest to read the common questions and answers regarding to HTC Inspire 4G Tips and How To :  

Q: When a call comes in, I swipe down to unlock my phone and it automatically answers the call. What do I do if I don't want to answer the call?
A: You can either ignore it and let it go to voicemail or refuse the call by swiping UP instead of down, which will also unlock the screen.

Q: How do you delete the history from the stock/built-in browser?
A: Open the browser and press menu, more, history, menu, clear history.

Q: How do you delete the download history from the stock/built-in browser?
A: Open the browser and press menu, more, downloads, menu, clear list.

Q: What's the best way to exit apps when I'm done using them?
A: If the app has a quit/exit option (usually accessible by pressing the Menu button), use that. Otherwise, use the back (arrow) button to exit apps. Do not use the Home button, as that does not exit the apps, it merely minimizes them and they will continue to run in the background.

Q: Where are my pictures and videos stored?
A: On your SD card. Look for a folder called DCIM.

Q: How can I access the SD card on my phone?
A: Download a program called Astro File Manager from the Market.

Q: How can I set individual ringtones for all my notifications?
A: On your SD card create folder media/audio/notifications/ringtones/alarms. put them all in the alarms folder. this also bypasses the 300kb for me.

Q: How do I stop the music player? I don't see any options to turn it off.
A: Use the Pause button.

Q: If I have to reset my phone, will I have to repurchase apps I already paid for?
A: No, you should be able to download them again for free as long as you use the same main Gmail account when you set up your phone. (Note: this also applies if you have to replace your phone with a new unit.)

Q: I downloaded a new keyboard. How do I activate it?
A: Once it is installed, go to Settings, Language & Keyboard and activate it by checking the box next to the new keyboard. Then go to an empty text box, long-press in it until a menu pops up and choose Input Method. Then choose the keyboard you want to use.

Q: Can I sync my iTunes library with my Inspire?
A: Yes, there are a number of apps that will help you do that, or you can manually drag and drop the files onto your SD card. Some apps are Easy Phone Tunes, iSyncr, Music WithMe and doubleTwist. If any of your music or videos are DRM’d (copyright protected), you’ll most likely need to unDRM them before they will be playable. See the “Movie Conversion” link below for more information on removing the DRM.

Q: How do I delete the apps that came on the phone?
A: You can't, not without rooting your phone (see "Rooting Information" below if interested in more info on rooting). However, you can delete the widgets/icons from the screens by long-pressing them and dragging them down to the trash can that pops up.

Q: I accidentally deleted (favorites/weather/Friendstream/etc.) widget from my screen. How do I get it back?
A: Press the + button, select Widget, then select whichever one you deleted. The Favorites widget is listed under People. The main clock/weather widget is listed under Clock (use the arrows to get to the 3rd clock).

Q: I have duplicate contacts showing up in my People app. How do I fix that?
A: The easiest way is to go to your Gmail account on a computer. Click Contacts. Under More Options, choose Find and merge duplicates. If you find you still have duplicates on your phone, go to Settings, Accounts & Sync, and uncheck "Sync contacts." Then go to the People app, press Menu, Export, and export your contacts to the SD card. Once that is done, go to Settings, Manage Applications, All, Contacts Storage, and press Clear Data. Scroll down and do the same for People. That should wipe out all of your contacts on your phone. Then go back into Accounts & Sync and turn the Google contacts sync back on. Your contacts should now sync correctly and, if so, you can delete the export file on your SD card.

Q: I have some contacts saved as phone and some as Google. How do I fix it so that all of my contacts sync and are backed up automatically?
A: The easiest way to fix them so that they all sync correctly is as follows:
1. Go into the People app and export all of your contacts to your SD card.
2. Go into Settings, Accounts and Sync and uncheck the box next to Google Contacts sync.
3. Go into Settings, Applications, Manage applications, click on the All tab, scroll down til you find Contacts Storage, and click Clear Data. Then find the People listing and do the same. This will delete all of the contacts from your phone.
4. Transfer the file to your computer.
5. Import them into your Gmail contacts, do the find and merge.
6. Clean up the contacts as needed.
7. Export the file on your computer somewhere where you can find it if needed. (Do not transfer it to your phone at this time, this is just a backup/just in-case file.)
8. Go back to your phone and go to Settings, Accounts and Sync and check the box next to Google Contacts. Make sure the sync icon runs.
9. Check your people app and make sure all of your contacts synced back to your phone.
10. If not, transfer the file from your computer to your SD card and import the file into your People app. When importing, make sure you import them as Google contacts.

Q: I need to reset my phone. Is it possible to back up my apps and data so I don't lose them? How do I do a reset and how do I restore my stuff afterward?
A: First, many apps have a backup/restore function built into them. Check your apps for one and back them up if you can before doing anything else so it will have your most recent saved information. Also go to Menu, Scenes and save your current scene so you can try to restore it later. Then follow the steps below:

1. Go to the Market and download MyBackup and ShootMe apps. The free version of MyBackup is sufficient at this time. Note that the ShootMe page says its for rooted phones only but it works fine on non-rooted phones now.
2. Start the ShootMe app and take screen captures of each of your screens by shaking the phone, so you can remember more easily what your screens looked like in case the Scene save didn't work. Shake the phone until you hear a shutter snap sound.
3. Start MyBackup and back up all of your apps and data.
4. Go to Settings, SD & Phone Storage and click Factory Data Reset. This will reset your phone to the state it was in when it was taken out of the box. This may take several minutes. Just let it run until its done.
5. When its finished, follow the prompts to set the phone up again. As noted in one of the Q&As above, as long as you register with the same Gmail account as you did initially, you will be able to redownload apps you previously paid for without paying a second time.
6. Go to the Market and download MyBackup again. Use it to restore all of your apps and data. Note that if you previously used Google to sync your contacts and calendar, if you restore them with MyBackup, you may end up with duplicates of everything. So I would recommend installing everything but contacts and calendar at this time. Once everything is restored, you can go into People and Calendar to make sure everything synced back from Google. If not, you can restore them at this time with MyBackup.

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Samsung Impression For AT&T Reviews

The first impression of Samsung Impression was a good one; it's a substantial phone that nevertheless doesn't feel heavy. It's located on the right side of the device, on the lower portion. From the moment you flip open the Impression, it’s quite apparent that something different is firing below the glossy 3.2-inch screen on the phone. Haptic feedback, which makes the phone buzz when you press an icon, makes a nice (literal) touch, as well.

Any phone running at the point on AT&T becomes an immediate competitor to the iPhone, which makes the Impression a tough sell, even as an otherwise well-rounded device. The Samsung Impression, one of the latest from AT&T, has a large touch-screen display and a spacious keyboard, along with an excellent camera. It's an exceptional device that might make you decide you need a new phone.

Display: The front of the phone is dominated by the 3.2-inch AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) display.

Keyboard: The QWERTY keyboard is surprisingly roomy, and I really enjoyed using it. The keys are illuminated for nighttime use, and the Impression is the easiest phone to use in dim conditions so far, thanks to the exceptionally clear key labels.

In short, it's just about the best physical QWERTY keyboard I've ever used, and if you do a lot of messaging, the Impression would be a great choice if you're tired of trying to use the tiny, thumb-cramping keyboards found on most phones these days.

The Samsung Impression is one of the many phones AT&T dropped a few weeks back that features a full QWERTY keyboard. The Impression stands out from the rest as a full touchscreen device that uses an AMOLED display. The phone mimics many smart phone features, and has a very polished UI that reacts smoothly to the user’s command. It’s honestly a great feature phone, yet the experience using it left me feeling I was using a very limited smart phone, which might be the point.
The device is smooth and curved. The subtle chrome accents make the Impression stand out, and small features, like a proximity sensor to turn off the display when near your face, add to the overall quality of the Impression.

TouchWiz on the Samsung Impression is fast and fun to use. Whatever else this phone offers, the first thing you notice, and the biggest selling point, is the AMOLED display. The display is the real draw to this device. If you buy this phone, get a screen cover.

The Impression is a good phone. The speakerphone on the Impression also worked well. The browser can be used with either the QWERTY keyboard, or a full touchscreen keyboard that pops up when you close the device. Both keyboards worked well (but more on that later). I’ll admit, the 3.0MP camera is good for a camera in a cell phone. The phone also features a decent suite of photo editing and enhancing features that, to be honest, were surprisingly easy to use.

The second main feature of this device is the full size QWERTY keyboard that slides out from behind the display. The keys are widely spaced and large, offering a soft click when pressed. The touchscreen keyboard can be T9 or full QWERTY depending on if the phone is in portrait or landscape. It has many of the features that make smart phones desirable, such as the full QWERT keyboard, GPS, and a touchscreen display. The Impression is priced the same as the iPhone 8GB, and it seems that whoever would buy the Impression for it’s features would be better off just making the jump to the iPhone and the smart phone category as a whole. The questions to ask yourself if considering this phone are these: Do you need it right now? This phone wants so desperately to be a smart phone, but too many “feature phone” features prevent it from being anything but another victim of iPhone envy.  Once the price drops, this phone will be a fantastic device to use, but at the current price, you’re better off waiting.

HTC Chaha For AT&T Reviews

The HTC ChaCha's price is lower than the one of the HTC Salsa, and its build is accordingly mid-range as a result. HTC's ChaCha is blessed with just 2.6 inches of landscape screen. In stark contrast to the slew of candybar phones taking a minimalist approach to physical keys, the HTC ChaCha has 46, not to mention the four capacitive buttons located under the screen. Above the QWERTY lies a call and an end button while the Facebook button sits at the lower right hand side of the phone’s front.

According to the team over at BGR, the upcoming HTC ChaCha will be making its way to AT&T under the name of HTC Status. The name makes sense when you remember that the ChaCha was one of two phones HTC revealed with Facebook buttons.

In case you don’t remember the ChaCha/Status, its a phone that comes equipped with a full QWERTY keyboard, a 2.6″ touch screen with a resolution of 480 x 320. For many fans of HTC devices, the name is a welcome change. HTC’s other device with a dedicated Facebook button, the Salsa, won’t be launching on AT&T. Known in some circles as a "Facebook phone," the Android powered device was announced at Mobile World Congress along with the HTC Salsa.

Back in February the HTC ChaCha Android Gingerbread smartphone was first announced, and it appears that the HTC ChaCha is finally on its way to the USA on the AT&T network as the first pictures of the Facebook integrated phone have now popped up with AT&T branding.

HTC has finally let the wraps off of the famously chatted about "Facebook phone." The newly announced HTC ChaCha isn't exactly a Facebook-branded phone, but it does have a compelling one-touch button that will launch into Facebook's HTC Sense-integrated services. HTC also equipped the ChaCha with a forward-facing VGA camera for video chatting.

Sharp FX Touchsreen Messaging Handset From AT&T

The design of AT&T Sharp FX is similar to the Quickfire which is a touch screen messaging handset with a QWERTY keyboard from AT&T. The Sharp FX has a color display of 3 inches with 240 x 400 pixel resolution. There is a FM radio in the FX. 

The Sharp FX measures 4.20 x 2.20 x 0.60 inches in dimension and weighs around 142 grams. The 3 inch touch screen display of the FX is surrounded by a thick border of black color. The touch screen is not very responsive experiencing lag. The front panel of the handset can be slid open to access the QWERTY keyboard. The battery cover conceals the micro SD expandable card slot.

The FX supports 3G data speeds and Bluetooth 2.1 connectivity. The instant messaging feature supports Yahoo Messenger, Windows Live Messenger and AIM accounts. The users can download music files from the AT&T Music application services. With a monthly subscription fee of $10, the users can access the Mobile TV of AT&T. the streaming TV service is supported by the Flo TV.
It captures videos with different quality settings and color effects. The users can also broadcast the live streaming videos. The handset lacks the hardware music buttons but being a messaging handset it is not a big issue.
It's a touch screen phone, a texting phone with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard and a 3G world phone with high-speed voice and data service.
Blue and white backlit QWERTY keys at a touch of color. A slide-out QWERTY keyboard is no longer enough for even handsets targeted at serious texters, and the FX follows the trend of a touch screen and QWERTY combination. Raised keys on the handset's QWERTY keyboard make it easier for texters to dial or type by touch.

At approximately 5 ounces, the FX is actually slightly lighter than the roughly 5.96-ounce Motorola Droid and Droid 2. The FX is approximately 2.2 inches wide, 4.5 inches tall and 0.6 inches thick. That makes the Sharp FX slightly narrower and shorter than the Motorola Droid and 2, although just a hair thicker than those handsets.

The touch screen dial-pad has large, easy-to-use keys and the screen itself is very responsive. The backlit keys on the slide-out QWERTY keyboard are raised to help users text by touch, and they feel solid and well-made. In addition to the QWERTY keyboard, there are three navigation keys on the exterior bottom end of the handset. There is a headset jack on the lower left side of the phone, a volume rocker key on the upper left side of the phone, and a 2.0-megapixel camera on the upper back of the phone. On the right side of the phone, there is a lock key near the top to illuminate the screen and bring up animation that prompts users to unlock the screen. And there is a camera key on the bottom right side to activate the camera and camcorder.

Sharp doesn't make many cell phones for Americans, aside from the better T-Mobile-branded Sidekicks and Microsoft's failed Kin. Now Sharp is stamping its logo on the FX, a messaging and mobile TV phone on AT&T that attempts to bring some of the Sidekick's magic over from T-Mobile. Like other FLO TV-powered devices, the FX is a nifty little television set.

The Sharp FX looks a few decades old, with its cluttered design, sharp edges, and numerous accent grooves. The FX's flat membrane keyboard was too stiff, and somehow managed to feel cramped despite the large keys. Other calling features didn't fare that well either. Calls sounded fine through an Aliph Jawbone Icon Bluetooth headset. I couldn't test picture quality, thanks to a subscription snafu on my test handset. AT&T also requires a $20-per-month combination of messaging and data services with the Sharp FX. We're slightly less aggravated with the FX, because at least it offers two tricks the iPhone doesn't—broadcast mobile TV (at extra cost) and a hardware keyboard. The iPhone 3GS lacks mobile TV and a hardware keyboard, but it has a bigger screen, better call quality and reception, vastly superior music and video playback, can run over 200,000 apps, and can record 640-by-480-pixel videos at 30 frames per second.

HTC Inspire 4G Apps

What is the hottest products from HTC inspire?  is HTC inspire 4g apps. The network systems of HTC Inspire 4g apps are the latest system that will give you many simple function of using internet connection. It also provides the faster data transfers to help your works become easy. It has many features that support in office work, game, and entertainment. HTC Inspire 4g apps has many function that the function can be developed into the next level or it can be updated to have the latest function of gadget.

Many apps from the Android Market can be quickly accessed by scanning their barcode information. For More information and How to use these HTC Inspire Apps follow this link.