Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 8800 user manual

User manual for the device Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 8800

Device: Research In Motion - Blackberry Cell Phone 8800
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Date of adding : 2013-10-07 13:55:46
Number of pages: 17
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Share Your Where
Geo-social interaction for your
BlackBerry 8800 series smartphone
User Guide

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Notices © Copyright 2007 BlackLine GPS Inc. All rights reserved. Except as expressly provided herein, no part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, transmitted, disseminated, downloaded, or stored in any storage medium, for any purpose without the express prior written consent of BlackLine GPS. BlackLine GPS hereby grants permission to download a single copy of this manual onto some form of electronic storage medium to be viewed and to print one copy of this manual or any revision here

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Overview Welcome to the Blip user guide Blip is an easy-to-use geo-social interaction tool for BlackBerry® smartphones that feature internal GPS technology. It enables you to Share Your Where with the people that you know and vice versa. By sharing GPS locations, Blip helps everyone answer questions of Who, Where, and When. Blip allows you to interact with BlackLine's GPS Snitch vehicle tracking and security product. GPS Snitch owners who are familiar Blip Introduction Screen with th

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Overview This Guide For users wishing to publish GPS locations with the Blip application, this guide assumes that you have created a BlackLine account, activated your BlackBerry 8800 Series smartphone, and installed the Blip application. For users who have a compatible BlackBerry without GPS and wish to interact with a GPS Snitch device or shared GPS-capable BlackBerry smartphones, this guide assumes you have an account and installed Blip on your BlackBerry device. The following Web link

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Overview Since GPS is not built within certain BlackBerry smartphones, the interaction experience is limited. If you have a non-GPS-enabled BlackBerry device, your smartphone will be able to interact with the BlackLine GPS Snitch and GPS-enabled BlackBerry 8800 series smartphones. However, others will not be able to map your most recent location since GPS publishing is not possible. If you have a GPS Snitch or co-workers, friends, or family with a BlackBerry smartphone, go ahead and downlo

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GPS & EULA GPS Location Security Notice When you start Blip for the first time, your BlackBerry smartphone will notify you that it is requesting access to your GPS location. For Blip to perform correctly, you must agree to Blip’s continued access to your GPS data. Check “Don’t ask this again” and select the “Yes” button. End User License Agreement (EULA) When you start Blip for the first time, you are presented with an Access to GPS information end-user license agreement. To use Blip, you

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Login Page Login Page When you agree to the EULA, you are presented with the login page. Pressing the menu button on your BlackBerry smartphone while on this page allows you to modify connection settings, view data usage, and access GPS location publishing features that do not require you to be logged in to modify. Logging in to the Blip service To log into your Blip account, enter the e-mail address that you Login Screen used to create your BlackLine account into the User Name data field.

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Login Page possible on activated GPS-capabile BlackBerry Smartphones such as the BlackBerry 8800 Series. Published locations are accessible to you and to the people that you know to whom you share your device history. Currently, only the BlackBerry 8800 Series devices contain internal GPS technology and are able to publish GPS locations. You can modify how frequent your BlackBerry device publishes locations via the Publishing Options page. Choose between publishing every 5 min, 15 min, 3

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Login Page window tinting and concrete structure, such as office buildings. In these situations, a failed location publish is flagged “Poor GPS Coverage”. Publish Location Now You can publish a location at any time. Select ‘Publish Location Now’ from the menu. This task instructs Blip to attempt to publish your location to your account. Depending on the number of GPS satellite signals available and their intensity, the publishing event Publish Location Now will be successful or not. Y

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Login Page Show EULA At any time, you can view the Blip End User License Agreement by selecting Show EULA from the menu on the Log-in page. Connection Settings You can change the method of how Blip communicates with the BlackLine GPS servers by adjusting the Connection Settings via the menu while viewing the Login page. Available settings include MDS, TCP, and WAP connections. We recommend keeping the default settings unless you have connection troubles. These are advanced features and w

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Devices Page Devices Page When you log into your account, the first page displays the devices activated on your account and a list of devices shared to your account from people that you know. Use the trackball or scroll-wheel to scroll through the list of devices activated on your account or shared to your account. To quickly go to the top of this list, press “T” on the BlackBerry keyboard. Similarly, to go to the bottom of the list, press “B”. Devices Page Depending on the device type, a

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Devices Page quickly map a location, press the letter “L” on the BlackBerry keyboard. If you do not have BlackBerry Maps installed on your BlackBerry smartphone, you can proceed to the BlackBerry Web site and download the application: Device History Show History Both BlackBerry devices and GPS Snitch devices support the Show History feature. For BlackBerry devices, the history of published locations will be displayed while with GPS Snitch devices, the requested or sche

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Devices Page BlackBerry: Publish Location Now If you highlight a BlackBerry device that is activated on your account, you can access a “Publish Location Now” menu item. If you select this menu item, Blip will attempt to publish your current GPS location. This event will be written to your Publishing History. if successful, the location will be published to your account so that your current location is accessible to others and for your own purposes. GPS Snitch: Locate This menu item is o

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Devices Page GPS Sntich: Arm / Disarm This menu item is specific to GPS Sntich devices and relates to its vehicle security function. Select this menu item to arm or disarm your GPS Snitch system. Logout Select this menu item when you wish to be signed out from your account. Your user session always lasts 20 minutes where you’ll be signed out automatically. Refresh Page The data available on the Devices Page is static like a Web browser. To keep data usage to a minimum, this data is only

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Devices Page Total Kilobytes As described earlier in this guide, you can view the amount of data use since the last time this counter was reset. About You can view the current version information of the Blip client application installed on your BlackBerry device by selecting “About” from the menu. Hide Selecting “Hide” from the menu pushes the Blip application into the background of your BlackBerry desktop. This allows you to access other functions of your BlackBerry device, such as the p

Summary of the content on the page No. 16 On the Web Your account on the Web gives you access to other features, such as the ability to name your devices, activate further devices, invite others, and much more. Of course you can interact with devices too! Access your account via: Sharing Your BlackBerry Smartphone The power of Blip comes from its ability for your to share your location with others that you know. Friends, co-workers, and Online Account family do not even need a BlackBe

Summary of the content on the page No. 17 When you share your devices, an e-mail invitation will be sent to them inviting them to create an account in order to see where you are. Setting up a BlackLine account is free and takes only a couple minutes. Go ahead and Share Your Where! Support Sharing If you have questions, comments, or problems with Blip or your online account, please contact: BlackLine GPS Inc. #110 1215 13th Street SE Calgary, AB Canada T2G 3J4

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