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2 façons qui devraient fonctionner (la 2ème étant plus pratique selon moi):
Connect your old BlackBerry, and open Desktop Manager, then Backup and Restore. Click the Advanced Button. Once the device databases have loaded, find BlackBerry Messenger. Highlight it, then click the arrow pointing to the blank column to the left.
This will copy your BB Messenger list to a backup file. Once its transfered, disconnect your old BlackBerry and connect your new BlackBerry. Perform the exact oposite procedure. Copy BlackBerry Messenger from left to the right.http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/ ... 1DACC38AEF1: make sure that your battery, sim card, and media card are still in your old phone.
2: go to BB messenger. make sure you can see the main BB messenger screen (contacts, groups, etc.)
3: hit your menu key and select back up contact list
4: select back up files locally
5: when you get to the back up files locally screen, change the save files to Media Card and save. it will generate a generic name for your contacts on the Media card.
once that is done, you can take the battery, sim, and media card out of the old phone and put it in the new one. once your phone has finished booting up, then you can:
1: go to bb messenger home screen
2: hit the menu key and select restore contact list
3: select restore using a back up file from device
4: serach for the Media card folder, then select im, select blackberry messenger, select yourold pin, select back up, then select that weird file name you saved your contacts to.
5: it will ask if you are sure you want to proceed with the back up operation and that it will replace your existing contacts (but you shouldn't have any if the phone is new or a replacement!) and slect yes. All of your contacts should show up in your contact lists! Ta Da!!!