Recover lost data from your BlackBerry (e.g. e-mails, contacts, calendar events, SMS messages, notes etc.) by extracting data from your backup
|Updated||Jul 30th 2018|
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|Crack Size||3 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Losing your phone data can be a major setback, especially when we are talking about work contacts and other similar information. BlackBerry Backup Extractor is a program created to help you recover the lost files from your smartphone.
The software comes with an extremely simple interface with only a couple of buttons. The app works with all BlackBerry phones, including Curve, Touch, Torch and all other models that are backed up by BlackBerry Desktop Manager, such as Pearl and Bold.
The tool can help you recover not only your lost contacts, but also your call history, SMS and text messages. Calendar entries, notes, app files and even game saves can be recovered as well, along with the debug information.
BlackBerry Backup Extractor Crack can load any backup files (such as BBB and IPD formats) and extract the data to a user-defined directory. The software automatically converts the data into CSV, VCard or ICAL formats, which can easily be imported into other programs, such as Microsoft Excel and Outlook, or Webmail.
Also, the data can easily be restored to the phone. Thus, you can get back to working at full speed in no time after you have recovered all the important files.
All in all, BlackBerry Backup Extractor is a useful tool that can come in handy when your smartphone has technical problems. The software is easy to work with, thanks to the simplified interface. Inexperienced users should have no problem figuring out all that the app has to offer, and the computer’s performance is not going to be hampered.
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