03-15-2013 04:04 PM
Never mind this BB bold it's not important in this case anymore.
OK. But now, given that, I am completely lost as to what we are trying to accomplish...
What I did in the beginning is just to plug in the BB curve on the laptop and copied all the files from the BB curve to the desktop (not the back up process) then delete all the files in the drive e: where BB curve was. So the BB curve was emptied when I gave it to my friend.
No, it was not. It was emptied of all of the user-accessible files, but not the databases that contain all of the data, including the Contacts:
From what you describe, none of the data within those databases would have been touched.
For future reference, here is the officially recommended process when transferring ownership of a BB:
But, in this case, not having done that may be fortuitous!
Then file copied is on her laptop (desktop) After a week I plug in the BB curve to drive E and copied that file from the laptop (desktop) to her BB curve.
Again, are we still talking about the BBB file? If so, then having that file reside on the BB is useless...it cannot be used for anything at all if it resides on the BB.
Then that is only when I did the back up process using BB Desktop Software.
OK...so...I'm not sure now what to say next...for I do not know what you wish to accomplish now...
03-16-2013 04:18 PM
03-16-2013 04:20 PM