How to Transfer Data from BlackBerry Device to Another BlackBerry

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Internet is full of free and paid applications that offer to transfer data from one phone to another. Some apps can really complicate the process and consume a large amount of internet (data) allowance as well. It is advisable to choose the simplest process possible. Here are some points that can prove to be helpful while transferring the data from one Blackberry device to another.

Part 1: Tips to switch from one BlackBerry device to Another

BlackBerry's Device Switch app can transfer certain types of files from one device to another without connecting the device to the computer. However, Device Switch app and some other apps cannot transfer BlackBerry apps, email messages, phone call records, browser bookmarks, certain audio- video files, etc. So, connecting the device to the PC seems to be the fastest and safest option to transfer almost all types of files.

After transferring calendar entries, contact info, and other files, your device may not detect them immediately. This is normal, and may happen whenever you transfer large amount of data from one device to another. Just wait for few minutes, and try searching for the concerned data again.

Sometimes, you might not be able to find certain contacts on new device even after completely transferring data from your old device. There is no need to worry; perhaps, your contacts are stored on some web based account. These details would automatically pop-up on your news device once you sign-in to all your email and messaging apps.

Part 2: Best way to transfer data from one BlackBerry device to another

There are several ways including the Device Switch app that can be used to transfer data from one BlackBerry device to the other. However, out of all, the best option is to download BlackBerry's desktop software.

Visit BlackBerry's website, and download the software.

step 1 to transfer data from BlackBerry-visit official website

Then, install BlackBerry desktop software on your laptop or PC.

step 2 to transfer data from BlackBerry-install blackberry software

After completing the installation procedure, connect your old BlackBerry device to your computer with USB cord. The software will recognize your device and display the handset's make and model number on the screen. Once your device is visible on the BlackBerry desktop software, click on the "Back-up and Restore" icon. Then, click on "Back-up," and select "All data" option to create back-up for entire data from your old handset. The system will create back-up for your phone data on the PC within few minutes. The concerned file would be saved as ipd file with date.

step 3 to transfer data from BlackBerry-backup and restore

After creating back-up for your old BlackBerry phone, remove the old phone, and connect your new BlackBerry handset to your PC using the same USB cord. Now the BlackBerry software would detect your new device and show its name on the software's interface. Once again, select "Back-up and Restore," and select "Restore". Then, simply click on the file back-up that you created from your old phone. That is it! All the data will get transferred from your PC to your new BlackBerry device within few minutes.

Most importantly, you can organize and create back-up for text messages, and phone history as well. BlackBerry saves all your data in BlackBerry Back-up folder that gets created within your PC's documents folder.

From documents, text messages, contacts, to video and audio files, BlackBerry desktop software creates back-up for almost all types of files from your BlackBerry device.

To transfer your applications from one BlackBerry handset to the other, just log in to BlackBerry world from your new device, and use the same old device's user-id and password.

step 4 to transfer data from BlackBerry-transfer

You can visit "My World" screen and re-install apps that were installed on old phone. Make sure that you have sufficient internet data allowance while re-installing apps on your new device.

Part 3: Which BlackBerry device do you use?

Yes, even in this era of iPhone 6 plus, there are several users who still prefer to use BlackBerry, perhaps, due to the security features and overall experience. Some of the most popular BlackBerry devices are BlackBerry Classic, BlackBerry Passport, PlayBook, BlackBerry Z3, BlackBerry Q5, Q10, BlackBerry Z10, BlackBerry Curve 9360, BlackBerry 9700 Bold 2, and BlackBerry Torch 9800.

The company recently made it in headlines by announcing launch of new Tablet called SecuTablet. Reports suggest that IBM has developed certain business software solutions for this tablet that is secured enough to be used for Government work. Plus, it also offers apps for messaging and social networking sites. Experts believe that this is BlackBerry’s attempt to create multipurpose device that can be used for work and fun.

Part 4: One Click to Backup BlackBerry to other Phones

If you have already backup Blackberry files onto your PC/Mac, then it is easy to restore the files to your Android, iPhone or Winphones. What you need to do is to launch MobileTrans. And then connect both of your phones. Click on "Restore from Backup" on the interface. That's all. It is easy to restore the backup with one click.

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