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Tips & Trick Blackberry 39 : How to transfer data between BlackBerry devices(Part 2)

Posted by freeappsblackberry on January 10, 2010

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Tips & Trick Blackberry : How to transfer data between BlackBerry devices(Part 2)

Step Four: Transfer data from one BlackBerry to another

When you’ve specified what data and apps you want to transfer, click the Next button in the bottom right corner of Desktop Manager to proceed. A variety of progress bars will appear on screen as Desktop Manager scans your device and copies its contents for backup. This will take a few minutes, so be patient. When the backup process is complete, another dialogue box appears asking you to select your new device. At this point, connect the new BlackBerry that you wish to transfer data and applications to and select the corresponding PIN from the drop down menu. Again, you’ll need to enter in your passcode here if your device is password protected. Then hit OK. Another set of progress bars then appears to scan the application configuration on the new BlackBerry. If you checked the Options box for Allow me to select applications to add or update option , a list of all the applications on your existing BlackBerry appears. You can then choose which apps you want to transfer from the old device to the new. To remove an app from the list, simply uncheck the box next to that application. When you’re finished, click Next. Patience comes into play again at this point, as it can take anywhere from five minutes to half an hour to complete the process. So sit back, grab a soothing beverage perhaps, and decide what to do next with your new smartphone. Two factors worth noting: After transferring personal data and apps to a new BlackBerry, you’ll likely have to log back into any programs that require a user name and password, so you may want to have your login information handy. Second, it’s not uncommon to come across application errors when attempting to transfer apps from one device to another-especially if those devices are running different OS versions. The simplest way to proceed after receiving an app error is to remove the problem application from the list of programs that will be transferred using the instructions above. Then you can simply download a fresh copy of the problem app at a later time.

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