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ricken
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Load .ipd file without desktop manager

Hello,

I'm trying to load an .ipd file on a blackberry without using Desktop Manager.

I want to automatize this task because I've a lot of blackberry to restore, so best way to load my .ipd is using command line.

 

This feature is'nt available is javaloader how can I do?

 

Thanks

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JSanders
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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

So you're now trying to develop an app to do this?




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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

i have a software installed named "MagicBerry" from http://menastep.com/ which can read the IPD files, and i know there are a few other applications that can do that.

In any case, it is not a BB java question, you'll need to write something for the desktop i guess.
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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

simon, I use the same.




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ricken
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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

Hello,

thanks for your responses, I'm not trying to read the ipd file but I'm trying to reinject it/reload it in the blackberry through a command line tool like javaloader.

Can you move my post to the desktop category ?

Thanks

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ricken
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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

Nobody can help me?

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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager


ricken wrote:

Nobody can help me?


On the contrary, I don't believe anyone can understand your question.

 

You can't use javaloader to restore the file.




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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

I went for the blackberry backup extractor because I wanted to retrieve some memos, the others just seemed to extract the basics (all limited as well... contacts, email, sms and calendars). The BBBE app did this but also seems to dump out a lot of other data and config files that the others didn't, I'm going to explore as I'm sure I saw some .COD files(?) in there too. All the apps are restricted in some way btw, I can only recommend the BBBE as it suited me and what I needed, but it did seem give access to do the most stuff, whether in free mode or not.

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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager


AlexandraM wrote:

I went for the


AlexandraM, I take it you work for this company since ALL of your posts have to do with schilling for this company?

And most, like this thread, your post is off-topic to the OP's needs.




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Re: Load .ipd file without desktop manager

@JSanders, actually yes I do but the response is a little harsh as I was offering opion in my own time, but understandable given my response. It was actually a mistakely pasted response (for something else) accidentally. Apologies to ricken for this.

@Ricken it sounds like you may have misunderstood what an iPD is, the file contains a lot of information and a complex import is needed to make sure the data, files and settings are correctly allocated within the OS. The only thing you can import via the commandline (that I know of) using java loader is installing .cod files for application. You can export a few things via the loader.exe, like the system dump.

I'm guessing that you have hundreds of Blackberry devices that you want to restore simultaniously? As JSanders suggests if your being this technical being very specific of your needs will help get the answers your looking for.

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