Try using an OTA (web-based) account, such as aGmail™ account, to transfer your calendar entries.
Note: If your calendar entries are already stored in an OTA (web-based) account, add the OTA account to your new device in Settings > Accounts.
If you are switching from a BlackBerry 10 device your SMS messages are transferred automatically by the BlackBerry Content Transfer app. (Max of 3500 messages).
If you are switching from an Android™ 2.3.3 or later (Gingerbread) device you can search for an application to backup and restore SMS messages to the BlackBerry for Android device.
If you are switching from an iPhone (iOS 7 or later), you can try performing the following steps to move your SMS messages to your new device.
Note: Make sure that iMessage is turned off on your previous iPhone. See https://support.apple.com/en-ca/HT204270.
If you are switching from a BlackBerry OS device or an Android™ 4.0 device, you can try performing the following steps to move your SMS messages to your new device.
To resolve this issue respond to or receive a new SMS message from the contact who is missing their name details.
Note: In order to display the contact’s name they must added as a contact within the BlackBerry Contacts
If not all of your MMS text messages were transferred from your previous device, you can try using one of the following methods to move them to your new device:
To view pictures transferred by BlackBerry Content Transfer on your PRIV follow these steps:
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Alternatively you can download a file manager from Google Play to view transferred picture.
If some of your photos did not get transferred to your new device, it could be because they are stored on a media card. To transfer photos that are stored on a media card, remove the media card from your previous device and insert it in your new device. After you have moved the photos to your new device, you can access them from the Photos app.
When you switch from an iPhone, only photos that you took with the iPhone camera (in other words, photos that are in the Camera Roll) are transferred.
Photos that are DRM protected are not transferred.
Any music that is DRM protected is not transferred by BlackBerry Content Transfer. Alternatively any music that is not DRM protected can be transferred via USB mass storage.
See https://support.google.com/googleplay/answer/1100462?hl=en-CA for Google Play Music supported file types.
If you are using Apple Music, search the Google Play™ store for an application to transfer your music. For more information, see http://www.apple.com/music/.
The amount of media the BlackBerry Content Transfer application can transfer is limited to the amount of available storage on the destination PRIV device. If the amount of media exceeds the storage space available on the PRIV you will need to ensure media is not selected during the Content Transfer flow. Once other data is transferred you can add additional storage such as a micro SD card to the PRIV and transfer the media via another method such as USB transfer.
Videos that are DRM protected are not transferred.
When you switch from an iPhone, only videos that you took with the iPhone camera (in other words, pictures and videos that are in the Camera Roll) are transferred. You need to use a third-party app to transfer videos purchased from iTunes.
Contacts are automatically re-added by signing in with your BBID.
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If your BBM sticker packs are missing after you transfer data to your new device, you can try to restore them.
Note: After you repeat the content transfer process, you might need to restore your sticker packs on your new device.
Any existing Wi-Fi profile are specific to your previous device and cannot be transferred via Content Transfer.
From your new BlackBerry PRIV device you can setup a
Wi-Fi profile during the setup process or after the fact via Settings -> Wi-Fi
In most scenarios Content Transfer does not transfer voice notes so the only option would be seeking a 3rd party solution.
If moving from a BlackBerry 10 device Content Transfer will transfer voice notes if they are moved to the Device-Personal/music directory before starting the Content Transfer process
Any existing Bluetooth connections are specific to your previous device and cannot be transferred via Content Transfer.
From your new BlackBerry PRIV device you can setup a
Bluetooth connection via Settings -> Bluetooth
These are specific to your previous device and cannot be transferred via Content Transfer.
From your new BlackBerry PRIV device you can setup the Personal Dictionary via Settings – Language & input -> Personal dictionary
Notification configurations are specific to your previous device and cannot be transferred via Content Transfer.
From your new BlackBerry PRIV device you can setup new Notifications via Settings -> Sound & notification
Wallpaper configuration are not transferred but if the wallpaper image is saved locally or on a SD card you can setup a new wallpaper on the BlackBerry PRIV via Settings -> Display -> Wallpaper
Ringtone configurations are not transferred but if the ringtone file is saved locally or on a SD card you can setup a new ringtone on the BlackBerry PRIV via Settings -> Sound & notification
If you have Password Keeper records on your BlackBerry 10 device, you can export them from your previous device and import them to your new BlackBerry for Android device.
Note: When you are transferring your Password Keeper records from your from your BlackBerry 10 and import them into your BlackBerry for Android device, an SD card is the recommended export location. If an SD card is not available, you can use an alternate location, such as Dropbox.
1. On your BlackBerry 10 device, open Password Keeper.
2. In the Password Keeper app, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap Settings.
3. Tap Export Passwords.
4. In the Enter current Password Keeper password field, type your password and tap Next.
5. Tap the folder icon.
6. Select a location to export your password records to. An SD card is the recommended export location.
7. Tap Save.
8. Insert the SD card into your BlackBerry for Android device.
9. On your BlackBerry for Android device, open Password Keeper.
10. Tap menu icon (three lines) > Settings.
11. Tap Import Passwords.
12. Tap more options icon (three dots) > Show SD card.
13. Tap menu icon (three lines) > SD card.
14. Tap the file that you want to import.
15. Type the previous Password Keeper password and tap >.
The BlackBerry Content Transfer app is designed to transfer data from a working device to a BlackBerry device powered by Android™. If your previous device isn't working, but you have a backup file from BlackBerry Link on your computer, you might be able to transfer your contacts and calendar events. For more information, read the article How to transfer data from a previous device to PRIV using BlackBerry Content Transfer.
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