Blackberry | Style 9670 | User guide | Blackberry Style 9670 User guide

BlackBerry® StyleTM 9670 Smartphone
www.sprint.com
©2010 Sprint. SPRINT and the logo are trademarks of Sprint. 
Other marks are the property of their respective owners.
8/12/10
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 1
8/12/2010 3:39:58 PM
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 2
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Using Email on Your 
BlackBerry 9670 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Table of Contents
Getting to Know Your 
BlackBerry 9670 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
The BlackBerry Style 9670 Smartphone . . 1
Navigating With Your BlackBerry 9670 . . . . 2
Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670 . . . . 4
Insert the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Charge the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Turn Your BlackBerry 9670 On . . . . . . . . . .
Complete the Setup Application . . . . . . . . .
Connect to the Nationwide Sprint Network
Set Up Your Sprint Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . .
Set Up a Wi-Fi® Connection . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 3
4
6
6
7
7
8
8
Setting Up Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Sending Email Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Using Your BlackBerry 9670 . . . . . . . 14
Making and Answering Phone Calls . . . . . 14
Voicemail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Sending Text Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Video Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Visit a Web Page or Search the Internet . . 21
Setting Display Notifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Setting a BlackBerry 9670 Password . . . . . 23
Locking and Unlocking the 
BlackBerry 9670 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Inserting a microSD Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Location Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Using Bluetooth With Your 
BlackBerry 9670 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
The BlackBerry Desktop Software . . . . . .
Finding Help With Other Features . . . . . . .
25
26
27
28
29
Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Legal Notice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Using Advanced Sprint Services . . . 30
Sprint TV . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Sprint Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Additional Sprint Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and 
Shortcuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Navigating Screens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Typing and Editing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Battery Status Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wireless Network Coverage . . . . . . . . . . . .
Wi-Fi Coverage Indicators . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 4
35
36
38
38
40
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Change your ring tone
Navigation bar
Click to see more icons
Scroll left or right for more views
Headset jack
USB port
Alt key
Type the alternate
character on a key
Left shift key
Capitalize letters
Symbol key
Open the symbol list
The BlackBerry Style 9670
Smartphone
Search
Today view
Volume keys
Convenience key
Take a picture
Mute music when the flip
is closed
(You can customize this key)
Backspace/Delete key
Enter key
Speakerphone key
Right Shift key
Capitalize letters
Getting to Know Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 5
Getting to Know Your Device
Getting to Know Your
BlackBerry 9670
1
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Navigating With Your
BlackBerry 9670
Escape key
Menu key
Move back a screen
Open a menu
Press and hold to quickly
switch applications
Trackpad
Slide your finger to move around the screen
Click (press) to select an item
Send key
Make a call
Answer a call
2
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 6
End/Power key
End a call
Turn on/off your device
Return to the Home screen
Applications
You can access all of your device’s
applications from the All panel on the Home
screen. To display the Home screen (while
. To
not on a call), press End/Power
view the complete selection of Home screen
applications, highlight All and click the
trackpad.
Take some time to explore the applications
that are available on your BlackBerry device.
Here are a few to get you started.
Click Setup to set up device options
such as email and Bluetooth
personalize your device, and to
access onboard help and tutorials.
Getting to Know Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Click Messages to view the
messages list, compose new
messages, and set messaging
options.
Click Camera to take a picture.
Click Media to access your saved
videos, ring tones, pictures, songs,
and voice notes, or to record a video
or voice note.
Click Video Camera in the Media
folder to record a video*
Click Manage Connections to turn
network connections on or off and
manage Wi-Fi connections.
Click Options to access the main list
of BlackBerry device options.
Click Contacts to view your contact
list or add new contacts.
Click Help to view help topics for
your BlackBerry device.
* Before using the Video Camera, the microSD card
must be properly inserted into the media card
holder. (The microSD card is preinstalled in your
BlackBerry device. See page 25.)
Getting to Know Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 7
Getting to Know Your Device
Click Browser to visit Web pages,
browse for download items, and set
browser options. Your BlackBerry
device might have more than one
browser.
3
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Setting Up Your
BlackBerry 9670
WARNING: Use only those accessories
approved by Research In Motion (RIM). Using any
accessories not approved by RIM for use with this
particular BlackBerry device model might
invalidate any approval or warranty applicable to
the device, might result in the non-operation of the
device, and may be dangerous. For more
information about safe battery usage, see the
Safety and Product Information booklet that was
packaged with your BlackBerry device.
4
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 8
1
Insert the Battery
For more information on purchasing RIM
approved batteries and accessories, please
visit www.sprint.com.
1. Press and hold the top corners and slide
off the battery cover.
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
contacts on the battery align with the
metal contacts on your BlackBerry
device, and press down to secure the
battery.
3. Slide up the battery cover until it clicks
into place.
If the battery is charged, your BlackBerry
device should turn on. If the BlackBerry
device does not turn on, charge the battery.
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 9
Setting Up Your Device
2. Insert the battery so that the metal
5
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
2
Charge the Battery
3. Plug the power plug into a power outlet
and charge the battery to full power.
1. Connect the large end of the USB cable
into the power plug.
2. Connect the small end of the travel
charger to the micro-USB port on the
side of your BlackBerry device.
3
䊳
6
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 10
Turn Your BlackBerry
9670 On
To turn the BlackBerry® device on or off,
press and hold
on the front of
the device.
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Complete the Setup
Application
The Setup application is designed to help
you learn about navigation and typing,
change options to personalize your
BlackBerry device, and set up network
connections. You can also set up email
addresses. The Setup application should
appear automatically the first time you turn
on your device.
䊳
To access the Setup application at any
time, click All > Setup .
Note: For more information about selecting and
setting up your email options, please see
“Using Email on Your BlackBerry 9670”
on page 10.
5
Connect to the
Nationwide Sprint
Network
When you turn on your BlackBerry device by
pressing and holding
, it should
automatically connect to the Nationwide
Sprint Network.
To connect to the network successfully, your
Sprint service must be active, and you must 
be in a Nationwide Sprint Network service
area. For information about wireless coverage
indicators, please see the chart on page 38.
If your BlackBerry device is on but the
wireless radio is turned off, you can turn the
radio on and connect to the network by
clicking All > Manage Connections .
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 11
Setting Up Your Device
4
7
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Set Up Your Sprint
Voicemail
6
1. Press
hold
and then press and
.
2. Follow the system prompts to:
Create your password.
Record your name announcement.
䡲 Record your greeting.
䡲
䡲
Voicemail Password:
Sprint strongly recommends that you create a
password when setting up your voicemail to
protect against unauthorized access. Without a
password, anyone who has access to your device
is able to access your voicemail messages.
7
Set Up a Wi-Fi®
Connection
Your BlackBerry device allows you connect
to an available Wi-Fi® network to access
such services as email service and Web
browsing.
Note: If your BlackBerry device is associated
with an email account that uses a
BlackBerry® Enterprise Server, your
organization may prevent you from
connecting to a Wi-Fi® network.
1. On the Home screen, click the
connections area at the top of the
screen, or click All > Manage
Connections
.
2. Click Set Up Wi-Fi Network.
8
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 12
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
3. If you want to connect to a public
hotspot or to a Wi-Fi network that does
not require authentication, select the
Show Open networks only check box.
4. Click the Wi-Fi network that you want to
Setting Up Your Device
connect to.
5. If the Wi-Fi network requires
authentication, type a password for the
network and then click Save and
Connect.
The name of the Wi-Fi network appears at
the top of the Home screen.
Setting Up Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 13
9
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Using Email on Your
BlackBerry 9670
Setting Up Email
Choosing Your Email Setup
Option
To begin sending and receiving email
messages on your BlackBerry device, you
must set up your device with a supported
email account. You may configure up to 10
supported accounts on your BlackBerry
device.
10
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 14
The following options will be available when
you set up your email account(s):
Internet Mail Account
This option is most common for individual
users. Use this option to create a new email
address for your BlackBerry device or to
associate your device with one or more (up
to 10) existing email addresses (for example,
a Google MailTM or Windows LiveTM Hotmail®
email account) or to create a new email
address.
Enterprise Account
This option is most common for corporate
users. If your administrator has provided you
with an activation password, use this option
to associate your BlackBerry device with a
Using Email on Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:39:59 PM
Creating or Adding an Email
Account
䢇
Create a BlackBerry email address if you
do not have another email account, or if
you need an additional email address that
you can use to send and receive email
messages.:
Note: If you are swapping your phone number
from a previous BlackBerry device, the
email application will prompt you to
move any email account you had set up
on the other device. Click Move and
enter the email passwords as prompted
to migrate your email accounts to your
BlackBerry 9670.
You can set up for email using the setup
application on your BlackBerry device.
The first time that you log in, you can add a
supported email address, create a
BlackBerry email address, or do both.
䢇 Add an email address if you have an
existing, supported email account that you
want to access from your BlackBerry
device.
1. Click All > Setup
> Email Accounts
Internet Mail Account.
䡲
The first time you set up an account,
read the BlackBerry Prosumer
Agreement. If you agree to the terms
Using Email on Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 15
Setting Up Email
Microsoft® Outlook® work email account,
IBM® Lotus Notes® work email account, or
Novell® GroupWise® work email account.
11
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
and conditions, click I Accept to
continue. If this is not your first account,
click Set up another email account.
2. Click an email account type: Yahoo,
Gmail, AOL (AOL, AIM), Windows Live
(Hotmail, MSN, Live), or Other.
Note: To add or edit settings for your email
accounts, including account display name
>
and signature, click All > Setup
Email Accounts > Internet Mail
Account. Highlight an email address,
press
> Edit, and make your
changes. Click OK to save your changes.
3. Type your email address and password,
and then click Continue. The BlackBerry
Internet Service will attempt to set up
your account.
䡲 If setup is successful, press
to
return to the Home screen.
4. If the BlackBerry Internet Service cannot
add your email address, try re-entering
your address or password, or click I will
provide the settings, and then enter your
account information and click Continue.
12
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 16
Using the BlackBerry Enterprise
Server Option
If your system administrator has provided
you with an Enterprise Activation password,
you can set up your supported email
account directly from your BlackBerry
device.
1. Click All > Setup
> Email Accounts >
Enterprise Account.
Using Email on Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
supported corporate email address.
3. Type the enterprise Activation password
provided by your system administrator,
and then click Activate.
Sending Email Messages
1. Click All > Messages
to display a
>
message list, and then press
Compose Email.
2. In the To field, type an email address or
a contact name.
Note: If you have set up more than one
supported email account on your
BlackBerry device, you can select an
account from which to send the message.
At the top of the message, in the Send
Using field, press Space
until the
preferred email account appears.
Accessing Email Messages
1. Click All > Messages
to display a
message list.
Setting Up Email
2. Under Account Activation, type your
2. Highlight a message and click the
trackpad to display the message.
3. Type a subject and a message and then
press
> Send.
Using Email on Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 17
13
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Using Your
BlackBerry 9670
Tip: For complete details on any of your
press
. To end the call, close the
phone or press
.
Tip: Press
on any screen to open the
phone application.
䊳
BlackBerry device features, click All >
.
Help
Making and Answering
Phone Calls
Making a Phone Call
䊳
14
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 18
On the Home screen or in the Phone
application type a phone number and
Select a contact, call log, or phone
number link on any screen and press
to make a call.
Tip: To select a contact, on the Home screen,
type part of a contact name, highlight the
name or number, and press
.
Answering a Phone Call
䊳
To answer an incoming call, open the
phone or press
.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Call Waiting
During an active call, press
to display a
menu of available in-call options, such as
Flash, Mute, or Activate Speakerphone.
To answer an incoming call waiting call:
Using the Mute Option
䊳
During a call, click Mute. To turn off
mute, click Mute Off.
Using the Speakerphone
䊳
To turn the speakerphone on or off
during a call, press Speakerphone
click Speaker or Handset.
䊳
When you hear the call waiting tone and
see the “Waiting Call” message, press
to answer the incoming call and
place the active call on hold.
䡲 To switch between calls, press
>
Flash.
Making Emergency Calls
or
Your BlackBerry device is designed to allow
emergency calls even when it is locked or
when your account is restricted, provided
you are within range of a compatible wireless
network.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 19
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
In-Call Options
15
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Enhanced 911 (E911) Information
To make an emergency call:
䊳
Dial the emergency access number for
the country you are in (for example 911
in the U.S. or 112 in countries that are
part of the European Union), and then
press
.
To make an emergency call if your BlackBerry
device is locked:
䊳
16
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 20
Press
> Emergency >
.
Your BlackBerry device features an
embedded Global Positioning System (GPS)
chip necessary for utilizing E911 emergency
location services where available.
When you place an emergency 911 call, the
GPS feature of your BlackBerry device
begins to seek information to calculate your
approximate location. Depending on several
variables, including availability and access to
satellite signals, it may take up to 30 seconds
or more to determine and report your
approximate location.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
911 operator when placing an
emergency call. Some designated
emergency call takers, known as
Public Safety Answering Points
(PSAPs) may not be equipped to
receive GPS location information
from your BlackBerry device.
Note: The GPS feature on your BlackBerry
device can help emergency personnel
determine your location in instances
where you are in a wireless coverage area,
your device is able to communicate with a
GPS-enabled satellite, and your
emergency response center is equipped
to process such information. However,
successful determination of your location
is not guaranteed.
Note: YOU SHOULD NOT RELY ON ANY
WIRELESS DEVICE FOR ESSENTIAL
COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES. Emergency
numbers may vary by location and
emergency calls may be blocked or
impeded by network, environmental, or
interference issues.
Note: You can only make emergency calls by
typing official emergency access
numbers (for example, 911 in North
America or 112 in European Union
countries).
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 21
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
Important: Always report your location to the
17
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Voicemail
Note: For information about setting up voicemail
Retrieving Your Voicemail
Messages
on your BlackBerry device, see “Set Up
Your Sprint Voicemail” on page 8 for
details.
You can review your messages directly from
your BlackBerry device or from any other 
touch-tone phone.
To change your voicemail options, follow
the audio prompts in the voicemail
system.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670 to Access
Your Voicemail Messages
䊳
New Voicemail Message Alerts
When you receive a new voice message,
your BlackBerry device alerts you and
prompts you to call your voicemail.
From the Home screen, press
and then press and hold
. If
prompted, enter the password to access
your voicemail.
Using Another Phone to Access Your
Voicemail Messages
1. Dial your wireless phone number.
18
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 22
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
asterisk key (* ) and enter your voicemail
password.
Sending Text Messages
>
Contacts
䢇
>
Compose Text Message.
2. In the To field, do one of the following:
Type a contact name
Type a phone number that can receive
text messages (including area code)
and then press
.
䡲 Type an email address.
䡲
䡲
䢇
To add a contact using the Contacts
> New
application. Click All > Contacts
Contact. Type the contact information.
Press
> Save.
To add a contact from a message, call log,
or Web page, highlight the contact name,
number, or email address and press
> Add to Contacts. Add or edit the
>
contact information and then press
Save.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 23
.
Adding Contacts
You can send text messages to up to 10
recipients.
1. Click All > Text Messages
3. Type a message, and then press
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
2. When your voicemail answers, press the
19
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Note: If you have installed BlackBerry® Desktop
Software on your computer (see “The
BlackBerry Desktop Software” on
page 28), you can also add contacts by
connecting your BlackBerry device to
your computer and synchronizing with a
compatible Personal Information
Management (PIM) address book. See
the BlackBerry Desktop Software Online
Help for details.
2. Type the appointment information and
then press
> Save.
Camera
1. Click All > Camera
.
2. Use the display screen as a viewfinder
and click the trackpad to take a picture.
Slide your finder up or down the
trackpad to zoom in or out.
䡲
Calendar
Adding an Appointment
1. Click All > Calendar
>
> New
Appointment.
20
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 24
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Note: Before using the Video Camera, a
microSD card must be inserted into the
media card holder. The microSD card is
preinstalled in your BlackBerry device.
Tip: To confirm that a microSD card is installed,
click All > Options
Storage.
1. Click All > Media
> Device >
Visit a Web Page or Search
the Internet
1. Click All > Browser
.
2. In the field at the top of the screen, type
a Web address or search terms and
press
.
Tip: To insert a period in a Web address, press
> Video Camera
.
2. To start recording, click the record icon.
3. To pause recording, click the pause icon.
.
To insert a slash mark (/), press
.
and
The Go To dialog box tracks the Web
addresses that you type. To go to a Web page
on the list, click a Web address and then
click OK.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 25
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
Video Camera
21
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Setting Display Notifications
When the phone is closed, notifications for
items such as new messages, calls, or
calendar reminders, appear on the external
display.
To change options for notifications on the
external display:
1. Click All > Options
> Display >
External Display
To set the backlight to turn on each
time you receive a notification, change
the Automatic Backlight and Notification
field to Yes.
䡲 To prevent notification details, such as
the contact and subject line for a
䡲
22
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 26
message, from appearing on the
external display, change the Show
Notification Details field to Never.
䡲 To prevent message preview text from
appearing in message notifications,
change the Show Message Preview field
to No.
䡲 To change the duration that
notifications appear on the external
display, change the Notification Cycle
Duration field.
䡲 To turn off the ability to review
notifications by pressing the Volume
keys, change the Enable Volume Key to
Scroll field to No.
2. Press
> Save.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
1. To turn on the backlight if it is not
already on, press a Volume key or the
Convenience key on the right side of
your device.
2. To open a notification, press a Volume
key.
䡲 To move to the next notification, press
the Volume Up key.
䡲 To move to the previous notification,
press the Volume Down key.
䡲 To show the text for a message, press
the Convenience key on the right side of
your device.
Setting a BlackBerry 9670
Password
1. Click All > Options
> Security >
Password.
2. Select the Enable check box and then
click Set Password or Change Password.
3. Type a password, click the trackpad, and
then repeat to confirm.
4. Press
> Save.
To turn off your BlackBerry device password,
clear the Password check box. You will need
to enter your password to confirm the
change.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 27
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
To review notifications on the external display:
23
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Locking and Unlocking the
BlackBerry 9670
To lock your device:
To perform this task, you must have set a
password for your BlackBerry device.
䊳
Click All > Password Lock
.
To unlock your device:
䊳
Type your device password and press
the trackpad.
Note: When the BlackBerry device is locked,
you should be able to make an
emergency call without dialing the
emergency access number, provided you
are within range of a compatible wireless
network. Press
> Emergency > Yes.
YOU SHOULD NOT RELY ON ANY
WIRELESS DEVICE FOR ESSENTIAL
COMMUNICATIONS, INCLUDING
MEDICAL EMERGENCIES. Emergency
numbers may vary by location and
emergency calls may be blocked or
impeded by network, environmental, or
interference issues.
Note: You can only make emergency calls by
typing official emergency access
numbers (for example, 911 in North
America).
24
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 28
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
including locking the keyboard, see
“Navigating Screens” on page 35.
Inserting a microSD Card
Your BlackBerry device comes with a
microSD™ card pre-installed. The optional
microSD card extends the memory available
on your BlackBerry device for storing your
media files such as videos, ring tones,
pictures, and songs.
2. On the left side of your device, open the
flap that covers the media card slot.
3. Hold the media card so that the metal
contacts on the media card face down
and point toward the right side of your
device.
4. Slide the media card into the media card
slot until it stops.
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
Tip: For additional options and shortcuts,
1. Press and hold the top corners and slide
off the battery cover. (See “Insert the
Battery” on page 4.)
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 29
25
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
5. Slide the battery cover back onto the
device and press down until it clicks into
place.
Location Settings
Your BlackBerry device is equipped with a
Location feature for use in connection with
location-based services that may be
available.
Where services are available, the Location
feature allows the network to detect your
position. Turning Location off will hide your
location from everyone except 911 (where
compatible wireless coverage is available
and the emergency response center is
equipped to process such information).
However, successful determination of your
26
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 30
location by the emergency response center
is not guaranteed.
Note: Turning Location on will allow the network
to detect your position using GPS
technology, making some applications
and services easier to use. Turning
Location off will disable the GPS location
function for all purposes except 911, but
will not hide your general location based
on the cell site serving your call. No
application or service may use your
location without your request or
permission. GPS-enhanced 911 is not
available in all areas.
To enable your BlackBerry device’s Location
feature:
1. Click All > Options
> Device >
Location Settings.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Location On.
3. Press
> Save.
Note: For more information about locationbased services, such as the BlackBerry®
or
Maps application, please click Help
go online to see the complete user guide.
Using Bluetooth With Your
BlackBerry 9670
Turning the Bluetooth Radio On or
Off
䊳
On the Home screen, click the
connections area at the top of the
screen. Select the Bluetooth check box.
To turn off Bluetooth technology, clear
the Bluetooth check box.
Pairing With a Bluetooth-Enabled
Device
You must pair your BlackBerry device with a
Bluetooth-enabled device before you can
connect to it. For more information about
preparing the Bluetooth-enabled device for
pairing, see the documentation that came
with the Bluetooth-enabled device.
1. On the Home screen, click the
connections area at the top of the
screen and then click Bluetooth
Connections > Add New Device > Search.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 31
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
2. Change the Location Services field to
27
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
2. Click the name of a Bluetooth-enabled
device.
3. If necessary, do one of the following:
If the Bluetooth-enabled device does
not have a keyboard (for example, a
headset), type the pairing passkey from
the Bluetooth-enabled device’s
documentation (frequently 0000) into
your BlackBerry device.
䡲 If the Bluetooth-enabled device has a
keyboard (for example, a laptop
computer), type a pairing passkey of
your choosing on both devices.
䡲
Note: Verify that the Bluetooth-enabled device
that you want to pair with is in the correct
mode for pairing.
28
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 32
The BlackBerry Desktop
Software
Install the BlackBerry® Desktop Software on
your computer to allow you to perform many
useful tasks such as synchronizing contacts
and calendars, backing up data, transferring
files, and adding applications.
To install the BlackBerry Desktop Software:
䊳
Visit blackberry.com/desktopsoftware and
follow the instructions to download and
install the software.
Note: To find more information about the
features of the BlackBerry Desktop
Software, click Help > BlackBerry
Desktop Software help.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
䊳
To access a full list of help topics for
your BlackBerry device, click All >
Help
.
䊳
To open the main list of topics for all
programs, click Contents from any open
Help screen.
䊳
To access a list of topics that are
associated with the program that you are
> Help.
using, press
User Guide
The full User Guide for your BlackBerry
device, can be found on blackberry.com/go/
docs.
Note: See the Safety and Product Information
booklet for more information about your
BlackBerry device.
Using Your BlackBerry 9670
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 33
Using Your BlackBerry 9650
Finding Help With Other
Features
29
8/12/2010 3:40:00 PM
Using Advanced
Sprint Services
your Sprint TV channels is as easy as using
the remote control in your living room.
Browse through the available free channels
or subscribe to one of the premium offerings.
1. Click Media > Sprint TV
®
With your BlackBerry device and data
services from Sprint, you have access to a
variety of entertaining and useful features.
Note: Sprint data service is not included.
Depending on the plan and options
selected, additional charges may apply.
Sprint TV
With Sprint, you can watch live TV on the go
right on your BlackBerry device. Accessing
30
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 34
. The first time
you use the application, follow the
prompts to download it to your
BlackBerry device.
䡲 If prompted, click Yes to grant the
application Trusted Application status.
2. Click TV in the left panel and then scroll
up or down to select a TV option.
Featured to see a list of featured
channels.
䡲 Recommended to see what’s
recommended by Sprint TV.
䡲
Using Advanced Sprint Services
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
3. Browse through the available
programming and click a clip or
channel to view the program.
Note: The first time you access a channel that
requires a subscription, you will be
prompted to purchase access. Select
Subscribe to purchase access, or select
Preview to see a preview of the selected
channel.
Note: Coverage not available everywhere.
Content and lineup subject to change.
Select channels also available for casual
usage. Go to sprint.com/tvguide for more
information.
Tip: In the initial Sprint TV screen, slide your
finger left on the trackpad to select the left
panel options (TV, Radio, Favs, and More)
and then slide your finger up or down and
click the trackpad to select an option. Once
you select an option, the right panel options
become active, and you can slide your
finger up or down and click the trackpad to
select an option.
For more information, click More and then
click Help in the main Sprint TV screen.
Using Advanced Sprint Services
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 35
Advanced Sprint Services
Recently Played to see a list of recently
viewed channels.
䡲 All Channels to select from all available
channels and categories.
䡲 Live to see a list of live TV options.
䡲 On Demand to see a list of available on
demand video and music options.
䡲
31
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Sprint Music
Note: Use of Sprint Music requires that a
Sprint lets you use your BlackBerry device
as a portable personal jukebox. With access
to the Sprint Music Store, you can purchase
and download digital music files to play on
your BlackBerry device.
Accessing Sprint Music Plus
1. Click Media > Sprint Music Plus
.
2. The first time you access the service,
follow the onscreen instructions to
download the application.
microSD card is properly installed in your
device. Your BlackBerry device comes
with a microSD card pre-installed. See
page 25 for details.
Purchasing and Downloading
Music
From the Sprint Music Plus Store, you can
shop for songs to purchase and download to
your BlackBerry device’s microSD card.
1. Click Media > Sprint Music Plus
>
Music Store.
2. Enter a song or artist in the search field
or browse through options in the
Featured, New Releases, Top Downloads,
or Genre pages.
32
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 36
Using Advanced Sprint Services
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
3. Select a song and click on it. (The song
2. Click Artists, Albums, Tracks, Genres or
Playlists and click a song title to begin
4. Follow the onscreen instructions to
preview or purchase the song. Press
at any time to display the Sprint
Music Plus menu.
Playing Music on Your BlackBerry
9670
Use Sprint Music Plus to play all of your
downloaded music.
playing music.
To pause or resume playing, press the
space key.
䡲 To skip to the next or previous song,
slide your finger right or left across the
trackpad.
䡲 To view the current playlist, slide your
finger up or down the trackpad. To
䡲
Accessing the Music Player
1. Click Media > Sprint Music Plus
Advanced Sprint Services
information screen is displayed.)
>
My Library.
Using Advanced Sprint Services
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 37
33
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
begin playing another song, highlight
the title and click the trackpad.
Note: You can close the music player and
continue listening to music while using
other features of your BlackBerry device.
Press
to exit the music player
and display the Home screen. To stop
playback, return to the Player screen and
> Close.
press
Note: If you make or receive a phone call while
listening to music, playback will pause
until the call is over. Using certain
applications, such as the Camera, will
stop playback altogether.
34
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 38
Additional Sprint Services
More advanced services, including NASCAR
Sprint Cup Mobile are available for use on
your BlackBerry device.
1. Click Media and then click the icon for
the feature you want to use, such as
NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile.
2. The first time you access a feature,
follow the prompts to download and set
up the application.
3. Once you’re set up, follow the
instructions to take advantage of your
Sprint services.
Using Advanced Sprint Services
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
BlackBerry 9670
Basics and Shortcuts
Lock the BlackBerry device
If you have set a device password (see page 24), click
All > Password Lock
Unlock the BlackBerry device
Type your password. Press Enter
Return to the previous screen
Press Escape
Return to the Home screen
Press End/Power
Click an item
Highlight the item and then click (press) the trackpad
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 39
Basics & Shortcuts
Navigating Screens
35
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Select multiple items
Press and hold
trackpad
Switch applications
Press and hold Menu
Turn the BlackBerry device on or off
Press and hold End/Power
and slide your finger on the
Typing and Editing
36
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 40
Capitalize a letter
Press and hold the letter key.
Insert a period
Press
Type the alternate character on a key
Press
Type a symbol
Press
and the letter key that appears below the
desired symbol
twice
and the desired key
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Insert an accented character
Press and hold a letter key and slide your finger left or right
across the trackpad
Select text
Press
Select characters
Press and hold
Copy selected text
Click the trackpad and click Copy
Cut selected text
Click the trackpad and click Cut
Paste selected text
Click the trackpad and click Paste
Cancel a selection
Press Escape
and slide your finger on the trackpad
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 41
Basics & Shortcuts
and slide your finger on the trackpad
37
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Battery Status Indicators
Full battery power
Low battery power
Charging
Wireless Network Coverage
You must be connected to the Nationwide Sprint Network to begin using many of the 
features of your BlackBerry device. To connect to or disconnect from the network, click All >
Manage Connections
. Indicators on the Home screen show the wireless coverage level for
the area in which you are using your BlackBerry device.
38
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 42
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
You can use the phone, send and receive email messages, PIN messages, and text
messages, and use the browser with a high-speed data connection.
You can use the phone, send and receive email messages, PIN messages, and text
messages, and use the browser.
You can use the phone and send and receive text messages.
You can only make emergency calls.
Basics & Shortcuts
Your connection to the wireless network is turned off.
You are not in a wireless coverage area
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 43
39
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Wi-Fi Coverage Indicators


+ network name
You can send and receive email messages and instant messages over a Wi-Fi
connection.


+ network name
Your BlackBerry device is connected to a Wi-Fi network but you cannot send or
receive email messages or instant messages over the Wi-Fi connection.

40
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 44
Your connection to a Wi-Fi network is turned on, but you are not connected to a
Wi-Fi network.
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Shortcuts
Open the phone application or make a
phone call
Press
End a call
Press
Turn mute on or off during a call
On the screen, click mute.
Turn speakerphone on or off during a call
Press
Change the volume during a call
Press the volume buttons up or down
Dial a letter in a phone number
Press and hold
Add an extension to a number
Press
and
and then press the letter key
and then type the extension
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 45
Basics & Shortcuts
Phone Shortcuts
41
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
42
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 46
Open the contact list from the phone
screen
Press and hold
Redial a number
Press
Call voicemail access number
Press and hold
Assign speed dial to a number key
Press and hold an unassigned key and then select a
Contacts entry
twice
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Browser Shortcuts
Open a selected link
Press
Go to the web address field
Press
Insert a period in the Web address field
Press
Insert a slash mark (/) in the Web address field
Press
and
Go back one page
Press
key
Exit the browser
Press and hold
Open the bookmark list
Press
Add a bookmark
Press
Go down one page
Press
Go up one page
Press
and
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 47
Basics & Shortcuts
or click the link
43
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Message List Shortcuts
44
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 48
Open a selected message
Press
Reply to sender
Press
Reply to all
Press
Forward message
Press
Move to the next unopened message
Press
Move down one screen
Press
Move up one screen
Press
Move to the top of the list
Press
Move to the bottom of the list
Press
and
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Compose a message
Press
Display the phone call log
Press
and
Calendar Shortcuts
Go to the next day, week, or month
Press
Go to the previous day, week, or month
Press
Move the cursor horizontally in week view
Slide your finger left or right across the trackpad
Move the cursor vertically in month view
Slide your finger up or down the trackpad
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 49
Basics & Shortcuts
and
45
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
Note: Your use of third-party products or services shall be governed by and subject to you agreeing
to the terms of separate licenses, if any, for those products or services. Any third-party products
or services that are provided (if applicable) with RIM's products and services are provided “as
is.” RIM makes no representation, warranty or guarantee whatsoever in relation to the thirdparty products or services and RIM assumes no liability whatsoever in relation to the thirdparty products and services even if RIM has been advised of the possibility of such damages
or can anticipate such damages.
For additional BlackBerry device help and
troubleshooting information, visit:
www.blackberry.com/support.
46
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 50
BlackBerry 9670 Basics and Shortcuts
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
©2010 Sprint. SPRINT and the logo are trademarks
of Sprint. 
©2010 Research In Motion Limited. All rights
reserved. BlackBerry®, RIM®, Research In Motion®,
and related trademarks, names and logos are the
property of Research In Motion Limited and are
registered and/or used in the U.S. and countries
around the world. Used under license from
Research In Motion Limited.
ANSI is a trademark of the American National
Standards Institute. Bluetooth is a trademark of
Bluetooth SIG. CDMA2000 is a trademark of the
Telecommunications Industry Association. CTIA –
The Wireless Association is a trademark of CTIA –
Portions of the BlackBerry® Device Software are
copyright ©2007–2008 The FreeType Project
(www.freetype.org). All rights reserved.
This documentation including all documentation
incorporated by reference herein such as
documentation provided or made available at
www.blackberry.com/go/docs is provided or made
accessible “AS IS” and “AS AVAILABLE” and
without condition, endorsement, guarantee,
representation, or warranty of any kind by Research
In Motion Limited and its affiliated companies
(“RIM”) and RIM assumes no responsibility for any
typographical, technical, or other inaccuracies,
Legal Notice
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 51
Legal Notice
Legal Notice
The Wireless Association. GSM is a trademark of
the GSM MOU Association. IEEE, 802.11b, 802.11g,
and IEEE Std 1725 are trademarks of the Institute of
Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. Wi-Fi is a
trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance. All other
trademarks are the property of their respective
owners.
47
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
errors, or omissions in this documentation. In order
to protect RIM proprietary and confidential
information and/or trade secrets, this
documentation may describe some aspects of RIM
technology in generalized terms. RIM reserves the
right to periodically change information that is
contained in this documentation; however, RIM
makes no commitment to provide any such
changes, updates, enhancements, or other
additions to this documentation to you in a timely
manner or at all.
This documentation might contain references to
third-party sources of information, hardware or
software, products or services including
components and content such as content
protected by copyright and/or thirdparty web sites
(collectively the “Third Party Products and
Services”). RIM does not control, and is not
responsible for, any Third Party Products and
Services including, without limitation the content,
accuracy, copyright compliance, compatibility,
48
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 52
performance, trustworthiness, legality, decency,
links, or any other aspect of Third Party Products
and Services. The inclusion of a reference to Third
Party Products and Services in this documentation
does not imply endorsement by RIM of the Third
Party Products and Services or the third party in
any way.
EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT SPECIFICALLY
PROHIBITED BY APPLICABLE LAW IN YOUR
JURISDICTION, ALL CONDITIONS,
ENDORSEMENTS, GUARANTEES,
REPRESENTATIONS, OR WARRANTIES OF ANY
KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING
WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY CONDITIONS,
ENDORSEMENTS, GUARANTEES,
REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES OF
DURABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR USE, MERCHANTABILITY,
MERCHANTABLE QUALITY, NON-INFRINGEMENT,
Legal Notice
8/12/2010 3:40:01 PM
NINETY (90) DAYS FROM THE DATE YOU FIRST
ACQUIRED THE DOCUMENTATION OR THE ITEM
THAT IS THE SUBJECT OF THE CLAIM.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
APPLICABLE LAW IN YOUR JURISDICTION, IN NO
EVENT SHALL RIM BE LIABLE FOR ANY TYPE OF
DAMAGES RELATED TO THIS DOCUMENTATION
OR ITS USE, OR PERFORMANCE OR NONPERFORMANCE OF ANY SOFTWARE,
HARDWARE, SERVICE, OR ANY THIRD PARTY
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES REFERENCED
HEREIN INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION ANY
OF THE FOLLOWING DAMAGES: DIRECT,
CONSEQUENTIAL, EXEMPLARY, INCIDENTAL,
INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, OR AGGRAVATED
DAMAGES, DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF PROFITS
OR REVENUES, FAILURE TO REALIZE ANY
EXPECTED SAVINGS, BUSINESS INTERRUPTION,
Legal Notice
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 53
Legal Notice
SATISFACTORY QUALITY, OR TITLE, OR ARISING
FROM A STATUTE OR CUSTOM OR A COURSE
OF DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE, OR RELATED
TO THE DOCUMENTATION OR ITS USE, OR
PERFORMANCE OR NON-PERFORMANCE OF
ANY SOFTWARE, HARDWARE, SERVICE, OR ANY
THIRD PARTY PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
REFERENCED HEREIN, ARE HEREBY EXCLUDED.
YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS THAT
VARY BY STATE OR PROVINCE. SOME
JURISDICTIONS MAY NOT ALLOW THE
EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF IMPLIED
WARRANTIES AND CONDITIONS. TO THE
EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS RELATING TO
THE DOCUMENTATION TO THE EXTENT THEY
CANNOT BE EXCLUDED AS SET OUT ABOVE,
BUT CAN BE LIMITED, ARE HEREBY LIMITED TO
49
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
LOSS OF BUSINESS INFORMATION, LOSS OF
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, OR CORRUPTION OR
LOSS OF DATA, FAILURES TO TRANSMIT OR
RECEIVE ANY DATA, PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED
WITH ANY APPLICATIONS USED IN
CONJUNCTION WITH RIM PRODUCTS OR
SERVICES, DOWNTIME COSTS, LOSS OF THE
USE OF RIM PRODUCTS OR SERVICES OR ANY
PORTION THEREOF OR OF ANY AIRTIME
SERVICES, COST OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS,
COSTS OF COVER, FACILITIES OR SERVICES,
COST OF CAPITAL, OR OTHER SIMILAR
PECUNIARY LOSSES, WHETHER OR NOT SUCH
DAMAGES WERE FORESEEN OR UNFORESEEN,
AND EVEN IF RIM HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY
APPLICABLE LAW IN YOUR JURISDICTION, RIM
50
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 54
SHALL HAVE NO OTHER OBLIGATION, DUTY, OR
LIABILITY WHATSOEVER IN CONTRACT, TORT,
OR OTHERWISE TO YOU INCLUDING ANY
LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT
LIABILITY.
THE LIMITATIONS, EXCLUSIONS, AND
DISCLAIMERS HEREIN SHALL APPLY: (A)
IRRESPECTIVE OF THE NATURE OF THE CAUSE
OF ACTION, DEMAND, OR ACTION BY YOU
INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO BREACH OF
CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE, TORT, STRICT
LIABILITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY AND
SHALL SURVIVE A FUNDAMENTAL BREACH OR
BREACHES OR THE FAILURE OF THE ESSENTIAL
PURPOSE OF THIS AGREEMENT OR OF ANY
REMEDY CONTAINED HEREIN; AND (B) TO RIM
AND ITS AFFILIATED COMPANIES, THEIR
SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AGENTS, SUPPLIERS
Legal Notice
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
IN ADDITION TO THE LIMITATIONS AND
EXCLUSIONS SET OUT ABOVE, IN NO EVENT
SHALL ANY DIRECTOR, EMPLOYEE, AGENT,
DISTRIBUTOR, SUPPLIER, INDEPENDENT
CONTRACTOR OF RIM OR ANY AFFILIATES OF
RIM HAVE ANY LIABILITY ARISING FROM OR
RELATED TO THE DOCUMENTATION.
Prior to subscribing for, installing, or using any
Third Party Products and Services, it is your
responsibility to ensure that your airtime service
provider has agreed to support all of their features.
Some airtime service providers might not offer
Internet browsing functionality with a subscription
to the BlackBerry® Internet Service. Check with
your service provider for availability, roaming
arrangements, service plans and features.
Installation or use of Third Party Products and
Services with RIM’s products and services may
require one or more patent, trademark, copyright,
or other licenses in order to avoid infringement or
violation of third party rights. You are solely
responsible for determining whether to use Third
Party Products and Services and if any third party
licenses are required to do so. If required you are
responsible for acquiring them. You should not
install or use Third Party Products and Services
until all necessary licenses have been acquired.
Any Third Party Products and Services that are
provided with RIM’s products and services are
provided as a convenience to you and are
provided “AS IS” with no express or implied
Legal Notice
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 55
Legal Notice
(INCLUDING AIRTIME SERVICE PROVIDERS),
AUTHORIZED RIM DISTRIBUTORS (ALSO
INCLUDING AIRTIME SERVICE PROVIDERS) AND
THEIR RESPECTIVE DIRECTORS, EMPLOYEES,
AND INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS.
51
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
conditions, endorsements, guarantees,
representations, or warranties of any kind by RIM
and RIM assumes no liability whatsoever, in
relation thereto. Your use of Third Party Products
and Services shall be governed by and subject to
you agreeing to the terms of separate licenses and
other agreements applicable thereto with third
parties, except to the extent expressly covered by a
license or other agreement with RIM.
WARRANTIES PROVIDED BY RIM FOR PORTIONS
OF ANY RIM PRODUCT OR SERVICE OTHER
THAN THIS DOCUMENTATION.
Certain features outlined in this documentation
require a minimum version of BlackBerry®
Enterprise Server, BlackBerry® Desktop Software,
and/or BlackBerry® Device Software.
The terms of use of any RIM product or service are
set out in a separate license or other agreement
with RIM applicable thereto. NOTHING IN THIS
DOCUMENTATION IS INTENDED TO SUPERSEDE
ANY EXPRESS WRITTEN AGREEMENTS OR
52
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 56
Legal Notice
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
5,490,165
5,228,054
5,568,483
5,600,754
5,504,773
5,544,196
5,416,797
5,506,865
5,267,261
5,778,338
5,511,073
5,337,338
5,414,796
5,710,784
5,657,420
5,659,569
5,535,239
BlackBerry® Style 9670 smartphone model
number: RCU21CW
Research In Motion Limited
295 Phillip Street
Waterloo, ON N2L 3W8
Canada
Research In Motion UK Limited
Centrum House 
36 Station Road
Egham, Surrey TW20 9LF
United Kingdom
Published in Canada
MAT-33573-001
PRINTSPEC-024
Legal Notice
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 57
Legal Notice
Licensed by QUALCOMM Incorporated under one
or more of the following United States Patents and/
or their counterparts in other nations:
53
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
Index
A
Answering Phone Calls 14
Applications
Overview 2
B
Battery
Charge 6
Insert 4
BlackBerry Bold
Device Navigation 2, 35
Illus. 1
Password 23
BlackBerry Desktop Software
28
BlackBerry Enterprise Server
12
54
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 58
Bluetooth
Pairing 27
Turning On or Off 27
Browser 21
Shortcuts 43
C
Calendar 20
Shortcuts 45
Call Forwarding 15
Call Waiting 15
Charge the Battery 6
Contacts 19, 22
D
Device Navigation 2, 35
E
Email 10–13
Accessing Messages 13
BlackBerry Enterprise Server
12
Create or Add Address 13
Sending 13
Emergency Calls 15
End/Power Key 2
Enhanced 911 (E911) 16
Escape Key 2
L
Legal Notice 47–53
Location Feature (GPS) 26
Locking the Device 24
M
Making Phone Calls 14
Menu Key 2
Menus 36
Message List Shortcuts 44
Music Player 33
Index
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile
34
Nationwide Sprint Network 7
Navigating Screens 35
P
Password 23
Phone Book see Contacts
Phone Calls
Making and Answering 14
Phone Shortcuts 41
Playing Music 33
S
Send Key 2
Setup Wizard 7
Shortcuts
Browser 43
Calendar 45
Message List 44
Phone 41
Speakerphone 15
Sprint Music 32
Sprint Music Store
Accessing 32
Downloading Music 32
Purchasing Music 32
Sprint Services 30–34
Sprint Music 32
Sprint TV 30
Sprint TV 30
T
Text Messages (SMS) 19
Trackpad 2
Turn On Device 6
Typing
Tips 36
U
Unlocking the Device 24
V
Video Camera 21
Voicemail
New Message Alerts 18
Options 18
Passcode 8
Retrieving 18
Setup 8
W
Web Browsing 21
Wi-Fi
Coverage Indicators 40
Profiles 8
Setup 8
Wireless Service
Coverage Indicators 38
Index
BlackBerry_Basics_5x3_HighQuality.pdf 59
Index
Mute 15
N
55
8/12/2010 3:40:02 PM
Download PDF