But you prefer the worldly life, While the Hereafter is better and more enduring. (87:16-17)
From: Hadith of the Day
Family Accessories Exhibition includes all accessories for a family under one roof.
Date: 23.8.2014 To 7.9.2014
Time: 4:00 pm to 11:00 pm
Address: Riyadh Exhibition Center (Old), Murooj area, Olaya St , Riyadh
Google Maps Link: http://goo.gl/maps/p4aAl
Sponsor: Samer Jastaniah Est.
I visited it in the start of this year, my feedback can be found on this link: http://naumankhan.blogspot.com/2014/01/event-family-accessories-exhibition.html, I am planning to visit it this year as well.
Update(28-8-2014): I visited it last evening, it was not as good as last time, the number of shops are less and the variety of stuff is less and it was far less crowded as well. Maybe they have repeated it too soon. If you have not visited it last time then you can have a look.
Does your BlackBerry need a health assessment? Are you considering a repair? If so, check out the BlackBerry Virtual Expert (BBVE), a simple, self-guided diagnostic app for BlackBerry smartphones.
Depending on what type of smartphone you are using, you can run tests to help identify if an issue is occurring and get recommendations on how to solve the problem.
To help you get started with BBVE, here’s a quick overview of how to use this app and what to do if a tests fails.
How to use the BlackBerry Virtual Expert
If you are using BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1, BlackBerry Virtual Expert is built in and can be found by opening the Help app followed by tapping Testing along the bottom toolbar. Within this screen, tap Try this now to open BBVE.
For smartphones running BlackBerry OS version 10.2 or earlier, or BlackBerry OS version 7.1 and earlier, to use BBVE you need to install it first.
To do this, open BlackBerry World on your smartphone and search for “BlackBerry Virtual Expert,” or use the following steps to scan a barcode. After installation is complete, look for the BBVE icon that appears on your home screen.
After opening the BBVE, the Health tab appears by default which allows you to identify basic details about your smartphone and quickly access specific settings.
If you select Tests along the bottom toolbar, you can run all of the available tests at once or test a specific feature. To test everything at once, tap All Tests or select a specific feature or function you’d like to test.
If you have concerns about your headphone jack for example, select Audio Test to run a variety of audio-related tests, or optionally select Choose A Test followed by tapping on the specific test you’d like to run.
When you start testing a feature, follow the instructions displayed on your smartphone and complete the required actions followed by recording a result: Pass , Skip , or Fail . When all of the selected tests are completed you are shown your results indicating what passed, what tests were skipped, and of course, any tests that may have failed.
One of the BBVE tests failed! Help!
Should a test fail while using BBVE, after reviewing the suggestions on the Results tab, here are a few things you can do to help get an issue resolved efficiently.
Step 1 – Summarize the issue
Creating a summary of the issue you are encountering and recording what troubleshooting steps you have already taken is a great step that helps our support teams better assist you. In addition to creating a summary, obtain your BlackBerry smartphone details using the steps below.
Step 2 – Back up your device
When you contact support for a potential repair issue, they will guide you through this process, so doing this before you contact support can help speed things along.
If you are using a BlackBerry 10 smartphone, download and install BlackBerry Link for PC or Mac so you can back up your smartphone. For help backing up and restoring your smartphone data, please review the BlackBerry Link User Guide for PC or Mac.
If you are using a BlackBerry OS device, download BlackBerry Desktop Software to back up your smartphone. For help backing up and restoring your data, review the BlackBerry Desktop Software user guide (PC, Mac).
Step 3 – Use self-service support options
Step 4 – Contact your service provider or visit a BlackBerry Expert Center
If you are still unable to resolve the issue, consider contacting your service provider or BlackBerry Expert Center for additional assistance. As mentioned earlier, having your smartphone details and a summary of troubleshooting performed will help out whoever is assisting you with the issue.
For help contacting your service provider, search using your favorite browser for your service provider’s support website.
Depending on where you are located, you may have the option of visiting a BlackBerry Expert Center. For help finding a BlackBerry Expert Center near you, check out the following link: Find help at a BlackBerry Expert Center.
Frequently asked questions
Why does BlackBerry Virtual Expert need permission X, Y & Z?
For BBVE to perform specific tests, select permissions must be enabled the first time you open BBVE. You can optionally disable some or all permissions but keep in mind any tests requiring disabled permissions will not work. If you run a test that requires a specific permission such as the ability to use the camera, you will receive a notification to update your permission settings.
What tests does BBVE include?
Depending on which type of BlackBerry model you are using, available tests include:
Where can I learn more about BlackBerry Virtual Expert?
If you are using a BlackBerry 10 smartphone, check out our web-based training for an interactive overview of how to use this application or use the Help app on your smartphone and search for “BlackBerry Virtual Expert.”
Here’s a quick productivity tip that can help get through a lot of messages quickly!
1 – Overlay buttons
In addition gesture based switching, you can optionally add next and previous buttons that allow for one touch switching.
After completing these steps, the next time you open a message you’ll see these buttons appear in the bottom right corner. They will disappear automatically after a few seconds so they don’t take up space – to get them back, just move the message up or down with your finger.
Note: In order to see this option you must be using BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.2.1 or later.
2 – Gesture based
The next time you are viewing a message in the hub, swipe from left to right followed by swiping up or down. Swiping up will take you to your next message whereas swiping down will open the previous message.
Note: In order to use this gesture you must be using BlackBerry 10 OS version 10.1.0.4181 or later
3 – Keyboard shortcuts
For those using a BlackBerry Q5 or Q10 you have the option of pressing N, or P to switch between the next, or previous message. If you are using an all touch device such as the BlackBerry Z3, Z10 or Z30, you can use these shortcuts as well provided the virtual keyboard is displayed.
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