Whatsapp for Blackberry Torch 9800 and 9810

Installing Whatsapp on the Blackberry Torch 9800, 9810

This article will explain in easy step by step instructions how to download and install Whatsapp on the Blackberry 9800 and 9810. I’ll come back to Whatsapp shortly.

First let’s see what these Blackberry’s have to offer.

Blackberry Torch 9800 and 9810They were both released, and are essentially touch-screen, full QWERTY slider phones. The 9800 has a 3.2-inch, 480x360p, 187.5ppi. With a 624MHz processor, and 512MB of RAM. The storage is 4GB + 32GB flash drive. The camera is 5Mp, LED flash, and autofocus, digital image stabilization, and geo tagging. Its camcorder is 640×480 (VGA) (24 fps), and features video sharing. The 9800’s battery has 5.5 hours of talk time, 17 days of standby, And lasts 30 hours for music playback.
The 9810 looks identical to its little brother aside from what’s inside.

I’ll go over some of the biggest upgrades. The screens are the same size, but the resolution on this model is greatly improved to 480x640p, and 250ppi. It has extra camera and video feautures: Face detection on the camera along with burst mode. The camcorder is 1280×720 (720p HD), and features continuous autofocus, and video sharing.

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The processor is double the speed. A single core 1200 MHz. There are 768 MB, 256 more than the 9800. The 9810 has a 8 GB hard drive , and a 32GB micro sd card slot. Finally, are the battery improvements. Talk time is improved by an hour to 6.5 hours. The stand-by time is actually worse by almost five days. It also features 54 hours of music playback.

Now we’re going to explain how to easily install Whatsapp on the Blackberry Torch 9800, 9810 both using OS 7. First open the App world application. You can find this App in the regular menus of the phone. Tap the search bar at the top of the page, type Whatsapp and hit go. Your search will render many results, but we’re looking for “Whatsapp Messenger” (it has a green phone icon to the left of the App.

Your now in the App overview page. Simply click on “Run”. Whatsapp will automatically be downloaded and installed on your phone. Everytime you install an App on your Torch you will receive a message when it is done downloading. The same is true for

Whatsapp, and when you do get the message, congratulations, you have successfully installled Whatsapp on your Blackberry.

The first time you open Whatsapp it is going to want you to verify your telephone number.This is easy as you’ll notice a spot to enter your phone number in. Do this and tap “verify”. Soon after you will receive a SMS (text message) with an activation code inside. Now go back to your Whatsapp and enter the activation code in the line provided.

When your codes match up the app will automatically scan your phone for contacts that also have and use Whatsapp which it will sync up with. Now Whatsapp is completely installed and ready to use. I hope this article helped with using your device, and made installing Whatapp easy.

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