I just upgraded the software to version 4.5 and in doing so lost all my photos and addresses. I see that a backup file was created (named LoaderBackup-(2010-08-08).ipd) that now resides on my computer. Is there a way for me to access this file to restore photos and addresses, etc? I'm willing to go back to the previous software version to do this.
My friend dropped my handbag into the sea a week ago.My blackberry curve got wet but not soaked. Ive dried it out as best I can, but it still wont switch on.I havent backed it up in over 4 months! Im gutted that all my information may be gone for good..Is there anywhere I can send the phone to get it booted up for just long enough to retrieve my information? I dont mind paying for the service, as long as I get all my info back.
I attempted a jailbreak through jailbreakme.com but it didn't work and bricked the phone. So I restored to factory settings which put 4.0.2 on my phone. No biggie it wasn't that big of a deal to jailbreak anyway so I was just going to go back to my old settings on 4.0.2.
Unfortunately it backed up again real quick after updating and now when I want to restore from the backup it just gives me factory settings. I do have a big 8gb backup dated from before the jailbreak fiasco in MobileSync>Backup but I have no clue how to get it onto my phone.
My personal phone was stolen, however I managed to backup my phone via Blackberry Protect. I now have a Curve from work, and therefore the device does not support Blackberry Protect, so I cannot download the app to restore all my contacts etc.
I want to begin using a different smartphone so I used the backup feature on BB Desktop to save my info. How do i get that data to key into my new phone? Windows says its cannot open the (.ipd) file and the only program i see on the web costs $29.95. Is there an easier / free way to get this data?
I copied my contacts from an old phone to the MicroSD card in it and then put that card into my Blackberry Curve. The Curve is not finding the contacts. Is there something I can do to get the phone to see the contacts?
i dont have this fone, a friend of mine does, he has Curve 8350 from Virgin mobile,he been tryn to figure this out, His windows os is the media center edition. is there a site he can get info or he cant use the phone or windows os ?
I have been religiously doing auto-backup on to a remote hard drive. But now I cannot seem to access any of those files at all. It keeps saying I have no administrative permission to view the files. Even when copied to my desktop, I can't use them to restore.The issue that started this all is that I switched computers. And every time I sync, the desktop program wants to add or delete about 1200 past calendar items. I have been reticent to allow the sync to continue because I did not want to lose data, but today I said, "what the hell" and let it continue. It deleted everything from BOTH the handheld and computer prior to May, when I started using the new computer. So when I try to reinstall the older backup file to retrieve the lost data, now the program won't let me access the files I saved so religiously.
I'm unable to read individual emails when using the Outlook Web Access site in the internet browser window.I am using this to check work email and would rather do it this way (over the internet) than using the e-mail client that is part of the device. I'm able to log-in to my inbox and see everything I should see, however when I try clicking on an individual email to read it, nothing happens. I've tried clicking on the sender's name, the subject line and everything else on the line for that email. When I do that nothing happens.Am I doing this wrong? Is there somewhere else I'm suppose to click? Is there possibly some setting that needs to be turned on or maybe one that is on that should be unchecked?Any help would really, really be appreciated.
I need to put the back up from my old device on to my new Blackberry, but I no longer have my old Blackberry, and I need my contacts, and my device manager says I have to have the old one to do this. Is there any way I can just transfer the back-up file on to my new phone?
Basically my friend made a backup for my phone in is Mac and sent me that document through email. when I came home and tried opening the email, it wont open? I would basically like to know how to see my contacts that have been saved in there because they are very important and cannot afford to lose them.
I had a BB Curve from 2008-2011. Yes, I switched to a different smartphone. I have need for access to some of the info that was backed up from my BB during 2010. Is it possible for me to get to this? I was using the Desktop BB software at the time, which has since been removed from my PC.
When I got my 9800 I used DM to do the device switch from my 9000. Now all I have in my Contacts are emails addresses. No phone numbers, none!, some contacts without emails addresses are just missing, and no home addresses. I thought all that info was on my sim card? I did do a back-up, but it says the file is an IPD and it won't open.
I have backed up my Torch using the BlackBerry Protect application, then I restored it at a later date. I can view my contacts but not my SMS, MMS or emails? I just get a little green icon on them with the date but I can not see any information.
I have recently updated to a new iPhone 4S and want to back up/sync all of my contacts and calendar infor from my old iPhone 3G to my husband's MacBook Pro and then add it all to my new phone. I understand that this needs to be done via iTunes but am worried that if i sync it this way it will wipe all of my details on my phone and replace it with y (empty) ical info from the MacBook?
I have already backed up the phone using itunes - backup - but when i click 'sync calendar' in the itunes prefs it only displays the calendars on the mac (Work and Home) and not the phone (Calendar)
I have the desire hd and have put astro file manager onto the phone from my mac.After ejecting the phone it says at the top left sd card updating but when i search for the astro file or a game also loaded from mac i cannot find it. How do i access/open the sd card info
i have problem in restoring data i backed up before upgrading the firmware from 4.62 to latest 7.23 and managing a full restore of my quite old supernova 7210, as i wasn't able to let nokia pc suite recognizing the phone (error every time i plug the phone).i created an internal nokia backup file (NBF) with messages, calendar, settings and contacts.i updated the firmware and now i'm trying to restore everything i need.now the issue: i'm able to restore "contacts", "settings" and "calendar", but when i check also "messages" option, after 2% of completion the phone told me that there's "no backup file available".what can i do now?i know those NBF files are zip files; is not possible to create a new backup file and merge the old messages folder "predefmessages", stored in the original NBF-zip file, into the new one?
I use Ray under official 2.3.4 / built 4.0.2.A.0.62 -> This built is not rootable as indicated on XDA and failed with UnlockRoot.
1. I bought with my previous smartphone Titanium BackUp Pro to backup and manage my Android Phone. Do i have to forget this with my Xperia Ray ?
2. I never use Twitter app, Facebook app, fun to download app, video unlimited app that are automatically loaded on boot. When i go to manage apps menu, i only can "force stop" for those apps. So how can i uninstall or unload them on boot? without be able to root my phone ? adb is a solution ?
3. For some reasons i want to keep wifi connection active even if my phone is in sleep mode, can i manage WiFi sleep policy without root permissions?