How to Sync a BlackBerry MemoPad With Windows

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How to Sync a BlackBerry MemoPad With Windows
Convert a BlackBerry MemoPad into an Outlook notes folder. (holding mobile phone image by Adam Borkowski from Fotolia.com)

There are several applications that can sync your BlackBerry MemoPad to your Windows PC. Some MemoPad applications require you to have Microsoft Entourage, Entourage 2008 or Microsoft Outlook, or an USB cord to connect to your PC. While other applications will only need you to sync your BlackBerry MemoPad through a wireless connection to your PC. If you would like to sync your BlackBerry MemoPad to your Windows PC, you can do so by following a few simple steps.

Skill level:
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Instructions

  1. 1

    Download Syncamatic through BlackBerry's App World website. Syncamatic provides a two-way wireless synchronisation between your BlackBerry and your PC. Sycamatic pushes your MemoPad quickly between BlackBerry and Microsoft Outlook through Push Service. You don't even need an USB cable. There is a 15-day free trial. After that, it is £4.50 a month.

  2. 2

    Download the ActionPad - Memo Manager for Pros application through the BlackBerry App World website. ActionPad is a replacement app for the original MemoPad and provides access to memos and memo encryption for security. Some of its features include title and content search and desktop synchronisation, which is compatible with Microsoft Entourage 2008 and Microsoft Outlook. The price for the application is £1.90.

  3. 3

    Download and launch the BlackBerry Desktop Manager. It allows you to sync your BlackBerry device with your desktop PC which includes the Intellisync ASCII translator. The Intellisync ASCII helps users to access their BlackBerry device to extract your MemoPad data in an ASCII export file.

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