BlackBerry Content Transfer

You can use the BlackBerry Content Transfer app to easily switch to Android smartphones from BlackBerry, including PRIV and DTEK50. The BlackBerry Content Transfer app helps you to set up your new device quickly by transferring data that is saved in the storage space on your previous device. To keep your data secure, you can password-protect your transfer.

Which devices can I transfer from?
• Android devices running Android 4.0 or later
• iPhones running iOS 7 or later
• BlackBerry 7 devices
• BlackBerry 10 devices

What data can I transfer to my new Android smartphone from BlackBerry?
The BlackBerry Content Transfer app can move data that's saved locally on your previous device (in other words, data that is synced with a cloud-based account, such as an email account, is not transferred). The type of data that you can transfer depends on the type of device that you're coming from:
• Android devices: contacts, calendar events, pictures, videos, music, SMS text messages, documents (Android 4.4 or later), email accounts
• iPhones: contacts, calendar events, pictures and videos that you took with the iPhone camera (pictures and videos that are in the Camera Roll)
• BlackBerry 7 devices: contacts, calendar events, pictures, videos, music, notes, tasks, documents, email accounts
• BlackBerry 10 devices: contacts, calendar events, pictures, videos, music, SMS text messages, notes and tasks from BlackBerry Remember, documents, email accounts

How do I transfer my content?
Depending on the device that you're switching from, you can choose a transfer method that works the best for your situation:
• Android devices: Transfer your data using Google Drive or a private Wi-Fi network (such as a home network). You can create a password to encrypt your data while it's being transferred.
• iPhones: Transfer your data using Google Drive.
• BlackBerry 7 devices: Transfer your data using a private Wi-Fi network (such as a home network) or a media card (microSD card). If you use a Wi-Fi network, you can create a password to encrypt your data while it's being transferred.
• BlackBerry 10 devices: Transfer your data using Google Drive, a private Wi-Fi network (such as a home network), or a media card (microSD card). If you use Google Drive or a Wi-Fi network, you can create a password to encrypt your data while it's being transferred.

To get started, open the BlackBerry Content Transfer app on your new Android smartphone from BlackBerry, and then follow the directions on the screen. For more details, see BlackBerry.com/transfer.
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What's New

• User interface improvements
• Minor enhancements and stability fixes
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Additional Information

Updated
April 10, 2018
Size
6.3M
Installs
1,000,000+
Current Version
2.2.02
Requires Android
4.0 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
Permissions
Offered By
Media Mushroom Limited
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