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If you don’t want your BlackBerry Storm 9500 series smartphone to ever bother you during certain hours, you can set an alarm to turn the device off, then back on automatically.

1. From the main menu, press Menu.

2. Select Settings.

3. Select Auto On/Off.

4. Set the Weekday, Weekends or both to Enabled.

5. Specify the times when the device should turn on and off on.

6. Press Menu.

7. Click Save.

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“BlackBerry Storm: Make Device Turn On/Off Automatically”
  1. April 11th, 2009  at  7:23 pm

    this will work on all blackberrys and it’s great for saving battery. also if you use the special pouch that comes with all blackberrys it’ll save more battery and the magnetic strip in the pouch will put in standby

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