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Just out of curiosity, how is this different from doing a backup from BB DM? One can easily save a copy of the ipd file onto one's media card.
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Just out of curiosity, how is this different from doing a backup from BB DM? One can easily save a copy of the ipd file onto one's media card.
I just installed it and only had a quick look but I can name a few reasons. A good backup schema consists of multiple copies and offsite. Also not everyone has DM. By the look I had you could also do selective restores as they are in their native format ie contact=vcf, calendar=vcal...etc.
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Will try to back up 3rd party apps from SD card love that.
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Just out of curiosity, how is this different from doing a backup from BB DM? One can easily save a copy of the ipd file onto one's media card.
I just installed it and only had a quick look but I can name a few reasons. A good backup schema consists of multiple copies and offsite. Also not everyone has DM. By the look I had you could also do selective restores as they are in their native format ie contact=vcf, calendar=vcal...etc.
Thanks for sharing your experience. Will check it out.

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