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How to transfer contacts from Blackberry to Android?

Posted by jpluimers on 2013/08/05

Could not find another way to transfer data off my wife’s BlackBerry 7 to her Google Nexus 4: the below video only only transfers the contacts.

Too bad there is no more Google Sync, so we need to find a way to transfer mail and photos too.

Any ideas?

Note: this works only from BlackBerry to Samsung devices: Easy Phone Sync – Android Apps on Google Play.

–jeroen

▶ How to transfer contacts from Blackberry to Galaxy S4 – YouTube.

12 Responses to “How to transfer contacts from Blackberry to Android?”

  1. Yes, there is a much easier solution: IntouchApp – the Dropbox for contacts! Just install on the BB 7, register & login – contacts will sync. Next, install on Nexus 4 and login – done! as simple as that! If you get any other device, just install IntouchApp and login to get your contacts! Plus, contacts stay in sync across all these devices and are accessible online too. Find the app on all app stores or http://new.intouchapp.com/apps

  2. Sarang L said

    Yes, there is a much easier solution: IntouchApp – the Dropbox for contacts! Just install on the BB 7, register & login – contacts will sync. Next, install on Nexus 4 and login – done! as simple as that! If you get any other device, just install IntouchApp and login to get your contacts! Plus, contacts stay in sync across all these devices and are accessible online too. Find the app on all app stores or httP//new.intouchapp.com/apps

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