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Old 07-23-2008, 08:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Well my phone got damaged the lcd crack or something. So know I have a white screen and cant see anything. So I took my sim card out the phone, and realize there was lot of numbers not stored on my phone. So i tried using the desktop manager, which acourse didnt work. Does anyone know a way I can retrieve the numbers from my phone. I really need them and there my business contacts.
Also is there a way I can also get back my photos from my phone.
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--Are the photos on a Media Card?

--If your BB powers up, let it. And connect to the Desktop Manager, backup and sync to Outlook or to a CSV file so at least you have that information.
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no there on the actual phone, someone told me i can just find a program that can rip the data off it. please help
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Did they tell you what that is that can "rip the data off it"?
If you mean "rip the data" right off the the BlackBerry itself--nope, not possible.

If you mean a program that can read an IPD backup file, that is possible--to read the backup file, look for ABC Amber Converter.

You should be able to look at your Device Memory with Media Manager in Desktop Manager.
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