Hacking BlackBerry: ExtremeTech

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Wiley, Oct 30, 2006 - Computers - 272 pages
Here's an even better way to get your BlackBerry fix


Admit it. You're addicted to your BlackBerry. That's okay. Most usersare, and this book is just going to make it worse. Now you'll discover how to use your BlackBerry to retrieve documents, weatherforecasts, and Web infor-mation; use it as a wordprocessor or drawing tool; even control yourcomputer over a network with it. And we haven't even gotten to theway-out stuff.

Pick a few of these hacks
* Play games with BlackBerry
* Search the Web
* Connect to your PC wirelessly
* Use BlackBerry as a USB thumb drive
* Install custom ringtones
* Supersize security
* Draw sketches on your screen
* Play your BlackBerry like a piano
. . . and more!


Tweaks, tricks, and add-on apps to customize your BlackBerry--plus Java code for even cooler hacks

Companion Web site
At wiley.com/go/extremetech you'll find source code, project materials, and more information

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Contents

Secret Codes and Hidden Keys
3
Secret Codes and Hidden Keys
9
Adding Software to Your BlackBerry
15
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

Glenn Bachmann is president and founder of Bachmann Software, a leading provider of mobile and wireless software products and services. His company's crack software developers help design, program, and complete critical mobile computing solutions that enable their clients to remain highly competitive. Glenn is coauthor of Professional Palm OS Programming, also published by Wiley.

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