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Transfer Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

Is it possible to transfer Memo Pad files from a 9900 handset to a Q10 handset, either via doing a backup/restore using BB Desktop Software, or by other means? I have a lot of info stored in Memo Pad files on my 9900 that I'd like to transfer to the Q10, post-upgrade.

 

Thanks

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Re: Transfer Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

I did this:

 

  • Make sure Evernote is activated on your Q10. Create an account if not, and activate at your Settings > Accounts > Evernote.
  • Install Evernote to your PC.
  • If you sync your Memos from your 9900 to your desktop Outlook, then copy all your Memos from Outlook and paste them into your Evernote account on your PC browser.
  • Now, all your memos will sync thought Evernote in to your Remember app > Evernote folder (or addtionally, install the Evernote application to your Q10 from AppWorld.

 

If you don't use Outlook on your PC, it gets a bit more complicated, let me know.



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Re: Transfer Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

Thanks, I'll look into this when I get my Q10. I've never used Evernote, but do use Outlook on my desktop PC.

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Re: Transfer Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

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in that case it will be easy. I've found Evernote to be a great product.

 

 


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Re: Transfer Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

Just installed Evernote on my 9900 and on my PC. Impressed!

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Transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

I don't use Outlook.  What other method(s) do you suggest for transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10?

 

And I have relatively little patience for highly complicated, opaque software operations.

 

Thank you for your help.

 

[Rhetorical Question: Why is this not a seamless, automatic process that occurs during the other file transfer procedures?  Why must it be so complicated?  It's just zeroes and ones.]

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Re: Transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10


BrianG2012 wrote:

I don't use Outlook.  What other method(s) do you suggest for transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10?


About how many Memo's do you have in your Outlook?



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Re: Transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

Please refer to the first sentence ["I don't use Outlook.  "] in my query.

 

I'm simply looking for some help.

 

Thank you …

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Re: Transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

ah, didn't notice that...

 

So, my quesiton again, how many (I don't care where from)?



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Re: Transferring Memo Pad files from 9900 handset to Q10

I have slighty over 200 memos on the BlackBerry Bold 9900.

 

Thank you in advance for your help.