The ".bbb" file extension is a proprietary Blackberry one. Blackberry devices use this file extension for back-ups made to Apple computers. If you want to back-up data such as contact lists and calendars on to your Apple Mac you need to have the Blackberry Desktop Manager software which comes as a free download from the Blackberry website. Once you've saved files to your Apple Mac from your Blackberry, you can then sync the data with your Nokia N95 so that the Nokia will have copies of the data from your Blackberry. This process converts the Blackberry files to Apple Mac compatible files, then to Nokia compatible files.
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Things you need
- Blackberry Desktop software
Go to the Blackberry for Mac section of the Blackberry website and download the Blackberry Desktop software on to your computer. Click "Download" and follow the online instructions to download and install.
Turn on syncing on your Mac by opening the "Applications" folder and clicking the iSync icon. Select "Preferences" from the iSync page and click on the "Enable syncing."
Plug your Blackberry's USB cable into the phone and the computer. Click the Blackberry Desktop Manager icon in "Applications" on your computer to launch the programme.
Select the items you want sync from the "Information" panel. Click "Sync" to transfer the data from your Blackberry to your Mac. Wait for the message "Sync is complete" then disconnect your Blackberry from the Mac.
Connect your Nokia N95 to your Mac with the Nokia USB cable. Open iSync and it will recognise your phone. Click on the name of your phone to continue. Select the information you want to sync from your Mac to your Nokia and click "Sync." The information will now transfer to your Nokia.
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