BlackBerry Made Simple 8350i Training Center Now Live

By Adam Zeis on 30 Jun 2009 04:51 pm EDT

Made Simple Learning

Since Sprint released the Curve 8350i, a whole new set of users has come from the new device (as well as some converts) along with a new set of issues. Made Simple Learning has added the 8350i Training Center to tackle all of the issues that popped up from this Curve to the "i". The Training Center allows users to quickly learn the ins and outs of the device, both with a 420 page electonic book and a collection of videos can be watched on a PC or Mac. You can also use the Videos To Go option and load the videos striaght to your memory card for on the go learning.

Some of the highlights include:

  • Dozens of hidden or little-known time-saving tips and tricks.
  • Using the Wi-Fi and GPS Features of the Curve 8350i
  • Using "Direct Connect" or "MIKE" walkie-talkie feature
  • Synchronizing your BlackBerry with your Windows or Maccomputer.
  • How to squeeze every ounce of power from the Address Book, Calendar, Tasks and MemoPad.
  • How to become "Master of Your BlackBerry Email"
  • How to use Google Sync for true "Wireless Sync" without an Enterprise Server
    Support for both BlackBerry Internet Service and Corporate BlackBerry Enterprise Server users.
  • Tips and tricks to unlock the rich Media Features of the BlackBerry 8350i.
    How to turn your 8350i into something that could replace a video and audio "iPod"
  • How to use your 8350i for Mapping (including Google Maps.)
    Learn how to go Online as well as update your Facebook and Myspace pages - right from your BlackBerry

The complete Training Center is available for $29.95, while the book alone is $14.95, and the videos $19.95. All can be purchased directly from Made Simple Learning.  

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Reader comments

BlackBerry Made Simple 8350i Training Center Now Live


I'm guessing this book is for those people who don't hang out in the CB forums and read about solutions to problems they haven't had yet but might someday. What sad little lives those people must have. :)

I think the 1 comment alone (and it's a nice sarcastic one) point to the fact that no one gives a shit about this device...In fact, the 8350i is probably the most "I don't give a damn" BlackBerry ever.
The only people who use this are employees of companies who are "forced" to use them, mainly, construction workers.
I guarantee you that the total percentage of actual consumer users who bought this device was at it's highest peak, 10%...then 7.5% of them returned it after they realized that the browser was slower than Net Zero.

The phone is worthless as a BLACKBERRY but its the only thing nextel has. and even construction workers do not use it. ! o who use two way anymore.

Blackberry products are packed full of so many goodies, I think training should be offered on all their products.