1. iamalive0's Avatar
    Will it transfer notes, contacts, etc. from a Classic(SQC100-1) to a DTEK50(STH100-1)?
    09-14-18 08:47 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    No. As noted on the Content Transfer site: https://us.blackberry.com/support/Content_Transfer

    You can transfer the following types of data that are saved in the storage space on your previous BlackBerry 10 device:

    - Contacts
    - Calendar events
    - Pictures (non-DRM)
    - Videos (non-DRM)
    - Music
    - Text messages (SMS) (Max of 3500 messages)
    - Notes and tasks from BlackBerry Remember
    - Email accounts: BlackBerry Content Transfer detects the accounts on your previous device and prompts you to enter the passwords for each account on your new device.
    Documents

    Note: DRM (Digital Rights Management) is a technology that restricts the use of copyrighted material on different types ofdevices. Some web-based music and video stores use DRM technology to prevent you from playing purchased content onother types of devices.

    Before you can transfer your data, the BlackBerry Content Transfer app must be installed on both your BlackBerry 10 device and your BlackBerry device powered by Android™.
    09-15-18 02:21 AM

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