blog and news on developments on their camera app for Blackberry - CAMultimate the Blackberry Camera App with Burst, Timer, Effects and more..
THE ONE WE HAVE ALL BEEN WAITING FOR... We have just upgraded our Dev Alpha device to the brand new 10.0.09 388 build OS device and are we pleased with the results so far or what!

Having a quick play through it looks great and just what we were waiting for. We get to finally play around with the infamous Scalado Camera that allows us to take the pic, and also rewind back abit to ensure the right shot gets taken.. AWESOME!

The fluid contraflow of the OS is spot on, but gestures and swipes take abit of getting used to though, especially if you have been used to a physical keyboard, however the new keyboard with word prediction is actually pretty neat, and is definatley one that will make typing and responding to messages faster than ever before!

Homescreen, web browsing and even Blackberry Messaging has been tested and all has been given our thumbs up. The OS is definatly one that we can say will blow away the iPhone, but the question is can it get close to the Samsung Galaxy S3 on Android? It certainly looks as if it has the potential to...

And if you dont want to look at just the screen shots then check out our Blackberry 10 video walkthrough on youtube!

Homescreen Menu Screenshots

Blackberry Messenger Screenshots

Blackberry App World Screenshots

Blackberry Browser Screenshots

Blackberry Contacts Screen

The Blackberry Hub screenshots

Blackberry 10 Features and a quick walkthrough

If you have a Blackberry device that was not purchased from your own service provider, bought second hand or as a gift, then sometimes it may be necessary for you to amend the APN settings on your Blackberry.

Due to requirements CAMultimate and some other third party apps may require a direct TCP or HTTP connection to the internet, therefore this TCP setting needs to be corrected in order for the application to access the Internet and function successfully on your Blackberry. 


1.    From the home screen click on the Blackberry Menu button
2.    Then select "Options" - it usually has a spanner icon.
3.    Then "Device Settings".
4.    Then select "Advanced Sysem Settings".
5.    Select "TCP/IP" from the list.
6.    Here you will find your "APN Settings". Make sure the tick-box next to "APN Settings Enabled" is ticked.
7.    Once you have done that, just below this you will see "APN:". This is where you will need to type in a setting either from the blue example below or one from your service provider. (you can try the finding your service provider setting on our list below) Press the Menu key or back out and save the settings.
8.    You will need to pull out your battery and restart the device in order for the new settings to register
The APN, username & password is usually obtained from your service provider.
Blackberry Default APN Settings
USERNAME: {leave blank}
PASSWORD{leave blank}
Blackberry APN settings menu
Blackberry APN settings
An example of Japanese DOCOMO NTT APN setting for Blackberry:
(This time ensure that APN Authentication Enabled has been ticked)
PASSWORD{leave blank}
Japan DOCOMO NTT apn settings for Blackberry GPRS
Blackberry DOCOMO NTT Japan APN settings

List of APN settings from Wireless Service Providers

For your ease of use we have collated some of the most common Blackberry wireless service providers settings that you can try in case the general APN ( in the above example does not work.
Feel free to leave a comment if you feel one of the settings are not up to date and we will look into updating this list, thanks