Mostly Harmless iPhone Background
July 6, 2019 Blackberry Help Line

A few nice blackberry help line images I found:

Mostly Harmless iPhone Background
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Douglas Adams said it best! Mostly Harmless!

This iPhone Background (640×960 wallpaper) is released under a Creative Commons Attribution License.
If you like this image, please leave a comment. Thanks!

How do I get this onto my iPhone?
There are a number of ways to do this, however I think the easiest and fastest way is to download Flickr’s free app. Within the Flickr app you surf over to my photo feed to view the images (if you make me a contact then I’ll appear in the flickr contact list). When you find one you like, just click the download button and save the image directly to your phone. Quick & Simple!

I don’t have an iPhone. Can I still use it on my phone?
As of this writing this image (960 x 640) should be large enough to be used as wallpaper with the Droid / Android, BlackBerry, Windows 7, and iPhone.

How did you make it?
This background was made using graphic design software such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Filter Forge, Genetica, Wacom, Alien Skin, Topaz Labs, as well as several other programs.

About Patrick Hoesly
I’m a graphic illustrator, specializing in architectural illustrations and graphic design. I work with Architects, Interior Designers, and Landscape Architects, to help them visualize and sell their designs …Or in other words… I make the fun/cool images!
Check out my Blog at
Also take a look at my website at

Year 5~Day 32 +3/365 AND Day 1493: Lost All My Contacts on my Storm2 – Now I Have a New Beginning
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I didn’t play croquet today because a water line had broken at the Senior Citizen Center, and they closed for the rest of the day. That’s where I’d planned to take my self-portrait.

Instead I went to Verizon, and Derek, on the left, helped me. Incidentally Chester, on the right, had sold me my BB Storm2 back in Oct. 2009. He remembered me, and just "smiled" when he saw me taking this picture because I’d taken several of him on other visits. Anyway, here’s the story: Last Saturday, I connected my phone to my Mac Pro with a USB cord. It updated the Blackberry Desktop Manager Software. Then everything locked up. I could not even move my mouse. Then I realized that all my contacts were gone. Well, they were all there, but it was just one person listed 200 times. After one hour and 15 minutes with Derek, my phone has been hard-reset, and all the contacts from my OLD phone (Palm Treo) were put back on the Blackberry Storm2. I might need some people’s numbers that I’ve gotten since I was using the old phone. Derek also used the Backup Assistant and put my contacts on the Verizon website. I can continue to update it (he says); so that I won’t lose my contacts again. You know, it is rough not to have your contacts. Yesterday, someone texted me, and I didn’t know who had sent the message. Not good.

I found out that I’m eligible to buy a new phone. I’m thinking about the Android. I’ll have to talk to my husband about that.

Then I drove to the VCC Fitness Center and worked out with my trainer for 45 minutes for the first time this year. He has been working with me for ONE YEAR now.

This year is getting off to a good start.

UPDATE: I added a phone number to my contacts online, and it showed up on my phone. YAY!

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