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Default A little BoldBerry & Linux Barry Brag

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The camera on my BoldBerry went a bit amuck. Not sure why, and understand it is not common. So Sprint wonderfully replaced the Bold in time for the event I needed it for, just a couple days away. The tech was off that day, so he couldn't transfer stuff for me. As it turns out, it didn't matter! I just changed the PIN number in my BarryBackUp program and it transferred almost everything into the new one in a matter of minutes! Even the specific ringtones I had set for different contacts were in there properly. The only thing I had to do was add back in the profile photos. Now, the first couple times I tried to sync it with KDE-PIM, it went amuck, but after I deleted out a couple of appointments and contacts that seemed to be causing problems it went fine. I then re-entered the appointments and they transferred fine to the Bold, the sync was successful and it's been fine since. Yea BoldBerry & Linux!
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