1. meattray's Avatar
    What's everyone using for backups? Mainly concerned with backing up my BlackBerry tasks and a few other things. What's the best option?
    04-17-18 06:36 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    What's the best option?
    Unfortunately, not using BlackBerry Tasks. Until they add some sort of built-in backup solution such as using Google Cloud Storage which would allow for easy restore, the best option is a different app.
    04-18-18 09:32 PM
  3. jtrx7's Avatar
    Have you tried using iDrive?
    04-22-18 05:15 AM
  4. Emaderton3's Avatar
    I sync everything with my work Exchange account and allow Google to take care of media.
    04-22-18 07:55 AM
  5. Enibas's Avatar
    Is there a possibility to store app data - contacts and - paswordkeeper on my windows desktop so that I am able to read it in case I loose my keyone?
    04-22-18 08:01 AM
  6. jtrx7's Avatar
    Try iDrive to back up your data. very convenient.

    For PasswordKeeper, i doubt the info can be seen outside the app.

    It would defeat the purpose, in a way.
    04-23-18 01:50 AM
  7. ALToronto's Avatar
    MS Exchange takes care of everything. Email, Calendar (including Tasks), Contacts and Notes are immediately synced across all my devices. Photos and files are backed up to OneDrive (and Google Drive for good measure), so I have nothing that I need to back up manually. It's great, I have never connected my phone to a computer via cable.
    04-23-18 08:30 AM
  8. chrissycee1975's Avatar
    How do I set up backups to OneDrive?
    04-29-18 06:23 AM
  9. wilkto's Avatar
    Instead of Password Keeper use Enpass. it has a desktop version.
    04-29-18 06:34 AM
  10. ALToronto's Avatar
    How do I set up backups to OneDrive?
    You don't back up to OneDrive, you sync with it. Download the OneDrive app and follow the instructions. It does back up photos, for everything else, you simply access your OneDrive folders.
    04-29-18 10:47 PM
  11. mikeath's Avatar
    MS Exchange takes care of everything. Email, Calendar (including Tasks), Contacts and Notes are immediately synced across all my devices. Photos and files are backed up to OneDrive (and Google Drive for good measure), so I have nothing that I need to back up manually. It's great, I have never connected my phone to a computer via cable.
    This. Onedrive gives a terabyte of storage as well. Very useful.
    04-30-18 01:10 AM
  12. Crusader03's Avatar
    Correct me if I am wrong, but "Content Transfer" backs up media including tasks. That's what I use in conjunction with Google.
    04-30-18 11:54 AM
  13. lischultz's Avatar
    I sync everything with my work Exchange account and allow Google to take care of media.
    Second, this method. Works very well!
    04-30-18 12:24 PM

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