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01-12-2012 03:32 PM
I downloaded the desktop software yesterday in order to back up the info from my 9330 Curve. I want to retrieve a text conversation in it's entirety and print it instead of sending each segment to my e-mail account. When I click on the icon in my documents the computer doesn't know how to open the file, whether to use windows word etc.. What do I check when I browse the list of possibilities? Am I going to be able to view all of my texts when the file eventually opens? I have saved each message.
If not is there another way to obtain an entire text conversation other than e-mailing each segment to my e-mail?
01-13-2012 10:20 AM
The only application that can read the Backup (*.IPD) file is the BlackBerry Desktop Software. The only device that can use the backup file (database information) is a BlackBerry device with the BlackBerry operating system loaded or a virtual device.
Not saying there isn't a 3rd party application that was created to do so, but none that are supported by RIM
Google "how to open blackberry backup file" and you may find something plus spyware -.-
02-29-2012 11:18 PM
Try downloading Magic Berry and you can open .ipd files. Magic Berry doesn't open .bbb files. Iam trying to find one online software or a solution. Will post once I find one.
04-08-2012 01:50 PM