BlackBerry smartphone how to enter my PIN code?

I just changed on my brand new 9000 "BOLD". The first thing I'm being prompted to enter is to enter my PIN code in 3 tests. I have 2 left.

I guess that's the PIN that came with the BB and not the SIM card pin, right? (1)

I'm new to BB and unfamiliar with the keyboard. My main concern is to know how to switch between letters and numbers? (2)

There is a '123' in the upper right corner of the screen, which I think shows the num lock mode. According to the "Getting Started Guide" by pressing the 'alt' should turn on lock num - but not on my BB mode, at least not not before entering the PIN code.

How can I get the unit off NumLock mode? (3)

.. and when I get out of lock mode number, which must be pressed to enter a number, the 'alt' or the 'sym '? (4)

Press the 'alt' or 'sym' must be held down while pressing the number key or does it just to push first? (5)

Thanx, Jesper

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Hey. Thanks for the reply.

I understand it now, but I got a SIM card locked in the process :-)

First, it was of course the SIM card pin code and not the BB pin code which is asked to enter. The misfortune is that you can't control your device at all until you enter the right pin only 3 attempts. This means that you need to understand how the use of the aerodrome of keys works on this neverseen before keyboard the first time you use it. There is no help, and you don't see what you write, because it is simply displayed as *. In addition to that, you sit down with this new cool device and you're really impatient. It took me 10 minutes to lock the card!

5 minutes later with another sim card, I learned that I had to just press the [sym] open a graphics pad with which easily enter you the digital PIN using the trackball.

I wish that this was mentioned in the "Start Guide".

Cheers, Jesper

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