BlackBerry Desktop Manager

First Look: BlackBerry Link

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BlackBerry Link

BlackBerry Desktop Manager has been the staple PC app for backing up, restoring, updating and synching BlackBerry devices for years, however with BlackBerry 10 a refreshed version dubbed BlackBerry Link looks to be taking its place. BlackBerry Link will have many of the same features of the current BlackBerry Desktop Software but has been built for the upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices (though we're assuming it will be compatible with older devices as well). With the new software, users will easily be able to sync music, videos, photos and documents as well as backup/restore device data, update device software and more. BlackBerry Link will also allow users to access files stored on a computer from their device.

RIM preparing new desktop synching software dubbed BlackBerry Link

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BlackBerry Dev Alpha 

For a while now, we've been hearing rumors of RIM working on a new sort of desktop and device synching software solution for upcoming BlackBerry 10 devices and now there is a little bit more information out there to support those rumors.

BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac updated to version 2.3.1

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BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Mac

CrackBerry Asks: What is your primary computer operating system?

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BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Mac

No BlackBerry Desktop Manager for Linux? Check out LinBerry!

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LinBerry

Quick Tip: Updating your BlackBerry to a different carrier's OS? Make sure you delete BOTH vendor files

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Windows Device Update

As I found out earlier this morning, installing another carrier's OS on your BlackBerry isn't as easy as downloading and deleting the vendor.xml file -- now you have to delete both vendor files. It seems that in one of the updates to BlackBerry Desktop Manager, the vendor.xml file is not only located in one folder, but two. In the past you simply had to delete the lone vendor file and you were well on your way to a clean install with either BlackBerry Desktop Manager or App Loader. Now however, you'll need to dive in a bit more before your PC will see the OS - keep reading and we'll tell you how to seek and destroy (ok, find and delete) those pesky vendor.xml files.

BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32 - no keycode required

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Leaked version of BlackBerry Desktop Software 7.0.0.32

BlackBerry Desktop Software for Mac updated to v2.2.0.1 Bundle 7

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BlackBerry Desktop Manager 

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