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By GeekBerry Staff on February 27th, 2009 at 12:00 pm
Filed Under — 9000 BoldFAQTips & Tricks
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How to enable or disable the backlight timeout on your BlackBerry Bold 9000 series device.

1. From the Home screen press Menu.

2. Select Options.

3. Select Screen/Keyboard.

4. Set Automatic Backlight to On or Off.

5. Press the Menu key.

6. Select Save.

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“BlackBerry Bold: Enable/Disable Backlight Timeout”
  1. Johnny B
    March 20th, 2010  at  5:05 pm

    But its a pain to keep doing that I’ve got the screenlight app which lets you toggle the backlight on as long as you need it with one click
    BlackBerry Screenlight Application

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