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BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32 - no keycode required

Leaked version of BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32
By Joseph Holder on 21 Nov 2011 05:16 pm EST
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Do you like Leaked BlackBerry software? If you're like me, it's one of the reasons you read CrackBerry.com. Over in our forums, OpenSourceBB has let us know they've got their hands on the new beta version of BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32. BlackBerry Desktop Software has long been the program to keep your BlackBerry backed up and connected to your computer. Now supposedly, this piece of software is available in the BlackBerry Beta Zone, but not everyone (yours truly included) can get it. With this leaked version, you can download and install BlackBerry Desktop Software without the need for a Beta Zone keycode.

So if you're interested in grabbing the latest leaked release of BlackBerry Desktop Software, head on over to our forums and give it a look. I'm headed there now.

Leaked BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32 - No Keycode Needed

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BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32 - no keycode required

23 Comments

In the day and age of wireless technologies I am still forced to sync my phone with my email client via USB. I love BB's but there desktop software is horrible. Laggy, bogged down slow software.

Well if you knew blackberries that well you'd know that there are several options to do wireless backups...BB Protect...most carriers also offer contact backup. New OS7 has device transfer built into the os, so you can backup to SD card etc...know your facts b4 you speak...just sayin'

When I try to download Protect it says its not available for my 9930. You might have also missed a blog posting recently by someone whose experience with Protect was horrible. And Ive been using BB since they were blue hockey pucks so know your facts b4 you speak...just sayin'

OS7 already comes with Protect, so I have no idea why you be trying to download it. And my experience with Protect has been awesome so far, you can't go by what you read in one article.

He is right, BBDM is slow, laggy and still the only software that you can "completely" back up your device. I haven't tried the leaked software yet and I hope it's better.

He said, "... but there [sic] desktop software is horrible. Laggy, bogged down slow software."

He is absolutely correct.

Does it process contacts/calendar items any faster when syncing? All versions since 4.x are very slow. Not sure what they changed.

This version seems to be saving your backups as .bbb instead of your normal .ipd format.
I thought it was for mac.