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Still in the queue for your BBM to be activated, there is trick here (try it while it last) ha ha.


So you are excited to try Blackberry Messenger on your android phone or iphone? But the waiting list is killing your mood. Ha ha you are not alone. Here are tricks to cut queue and get it to work on your phone. We have tried it on many android phones and iPhone. It may not work anymore if Blackberry developer have close this loophole.

1. Find friend that already received the confirmation email from blackberry.
2. When you open up the BBM app and asked to enter your email, enter your friend email and Next
3. Dun worry, your friend email is just to jump the line and voila you are in and asked to enter or create new blackberry id.

You will still received email confirmation from blackberry to verify your account. Just follow the steps in the email and you are fine.

As mention on this title, use this tips while it works. ha ha.

BBM for android and IOS is ready.


BBM android
BBM android

Yes at last the waiting is over. Now Blackberry Messenger is ready for download for both IOS phone and android phones. The only catch here is you will need to queue in line for your BBM be online. The blackberry developer use this line to manage the growth of the users. Good tactics but it is killing to wait for activation. As mention on the blackberry blog, if you already sign up the notification last few months in their site then you don’t have to queue anymore (as what I did) , but if not then you will be in the waiting list. Happy waiting then. ha2. There is actually some tips how to bypass the waiting list but I tried and it doesn’t work.

Basically the interface is ok and after fiddling a while I am able to use the apps quite well.

I can see the end of Blackberry hardware this year but hopefully more innovation is coming for the blackberry messenger.

RIP BB

DroidTips : How to take screen shot in Android Phone 4 and above

Simple tips to take screen capture of android phone.

1. On your Android 4.0 / ICS phone, go to the screen you want to capture.

2. Then press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons for 2-3 seconds.

3. This will capture the screen and save it into your Gallery > Screenshots. On your phone’s memory card or memory, it will save these photos into the Pictures/Screenshots folder.

As simple as 1, 2, 3

This is the sample taken with built-in features of Android 4.0 and above.

App 2 SD – Apps Management Made Easy

Do you have many apps and games installed to your Android phone / tablet? And you are using up your phone memory now due to the apps was installed in the phone memory. Google Play Store will install new app to phone memory by default. Some apps can actually move to SD card and it will save your phone memory and allow you to install more apps.
You can move the apps from settings in your phone and try one by one whether the app is moveable to SD card or not. A lot of hassle.

But with App 2 SD, the process is simplified because the app will actually filter out apps that is moveable to SD Card and then you can start moving it to your SD Card and save your phone memory. App 2 SD also come with clean cache memory feature. Every time you start the app, it will ask for your confirmation to clear the cache memory.

App 2 SD come in 2 version, a free version and pro version. The pro version is ad-free and contains more features. Try it and save memory for more apps. ha2

This is the video showing how does the app works:

Samurai Vs Zombies Defense by Glu Mobile

Time to review the Android apps. This free apps is sure worth to check out.

You can play as Samurai or Zombies and defense your own village. There are varieties power and charm to enhance your Samurai capabilities. As you progress to next level the enemies is getting more powerful and you will need to upgrade the hero, your warriors, your gate, so on and on.

I found it quite an interesting game and since it is free, lets try it.

download it here from your android tablet.

Sophisticated Trojan Virus attacks Android phones

Recently in China, the Trojan Virus attacks Android phones, so far the infection is only happen in China third party apps store.

The virus called “Geinimi,” will actually send out private information like phone location and attempts to send it to remote servers when unsuspecting users run the apps. The app also has the ability to receive commands, which could allow unknown parties to take over the device.

The actual intent of the virus is uknown yet, but Lookout speculates that it could be used for malicious mobile advertising, similar to pop-ups on a virus-infected PC, or to create an Android botnet, a potentially enormous network that can be remote controlled for criminal purposes ranging from sending spam to identity theft.

So in this case, sooner or later we will also need anti-virus for our phone.