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Your BlackBerry is highly customizable everything from ring tones to vibrations to LED notifications can be adjusted. Traveling on an airplane but still want to use your calendar or play a game without disturbing others (See page 14 to turn off your radio.) No problem. In a meeting or at the movies and don t want the phone to ring, but you do want some sort of notification when an e-mail message comes in No problem. Virtually any scenario you can imagine can be dealt with preemptively by adjusting the Profile settings.
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Setting and customizing your sound profiles are something that will change slightly depending on which version of BlackBerry Operating System (OS) you have installed on your BlackBerry.
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How can I tell what version of OS is installed on my BlackBerry See page 28. For OS 4.6 users, please continue reading. For OS 5.0 (and higher) users, please skip to page 203.
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If your BlackBerry Curve is running OS 4.6, then this section applies to you. By default, the BlackBerry is set to a Normal profile, meaning that when a call comes in, the phone rings, and when a message comes in, the phone plays a tune.
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Select a New Sound Profile (for OS 4.6)
NOTE: This section and the next few that follow are for BlackBerry smartphones running OS 4.6. If you are running OS 5.0, then see page203. If you need help determining which version you are running, see page 28. To set or change the Profile settings, do the following: Depending on your selected theme and BlackBerry carrier (phone company), how you get to your Profiles icon will be slightly different. If you don t see this speaker icon on your screen, press the Menu key to see the entire list of icons, then
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scroll to the Profiles icon and click it. Six basic preset settings are available from which you can choose: Loud, Vibrate, Quiet, Normal, Phone Only, and Off. Next to one of those options the word Active will be displayed. For most users, Normal will be the active profile that rings during phone calls and either vibrates or plays a tone when a message arrives. Loud increases the volume for all notifications. Vibrate enables a short vibration for meetings, movies, or other places where cell phone rings are discouraged. Quiet will display notifications on the display and via the LED. Phone Only will turn off all e-mail and SMS notifications. Off will turn off all notifications.
Fine-Tuning Your Sound Profiles (for OS 4.6)
There may be some situations where you want a combination of options that one profile alone cannot satisfy. The BlackBerry is highly customizable so that you can adjust your profile options for virtually any potential situation. The easiest way to accomplish this is to choose a profile that is closest to what you need and edit it, as shown here. To enter the Advanced Profile menu, do the following:
1. 2.
Click the Profiles icon as you did previously. (Or press the hotkey letter F from your Home screen.) Scroll down to Advanced and click.
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Each of the profiles can be adjusted by scrolling to the profile you desire to edit, pressing the Menu key, and selecting Edit.
There are profile settings for almost every alert you could have on your BlackBerry:
BlackBerry Messenger (Alert and New Messenger), Browser, Calendar, Level 1 Messages (High Priority), Email, Messenger (Alert and New Message,) Phone, SMS, and Tasks. TIP: Even a new application icon that you install, like some news readers, can have profile categories in this screen. For example, choose E-mail and notice that you can make adjustments for your BlackBerry when it is both out of the holster and in the holster.
NOTE: A holster may be supplied with your device or sold separately. This is a leather or plastic carrying case that clips to your belt and uses a magnet to notify your BlackBerry it is in the holster and should turn off the screen immediately, among other things.
Vibrate + Tone = Vibrate first then ring. Number of Beeps = number of times it repeats the Ring Tone. LED Flashing = Red LED light flashes.
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