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Old 03-30-2009, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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tmobile sending me another blackberry curve. how do i get my saved messages to go to my new phone???

I'm about to download the newest Device Manager.
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Switch Device Wizard, from the BlackBerry Desktop Manager.
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Use the switch device wizard in Desktop Manager.

You could also backup the current device, and then restore it to you new device.
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Unless the Switch Devices Wizard in the Desktop Software carries them over, the only other way will be to forward them all, one by one, to another email account like GMail. Then set up that GMail account on your new Blackberry and they will all come flooding in. I think.
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Thanks guys. I will try the "switch Device" thing. hopefully that want make it run slow. I want my Blackberry to run fast like you get it when its new.
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