How to transfer contacts and SMS text messages from your old BlackBerry device to the new Google Nexus 6? It can be a common question you may ask when you are trying to switch from a platform to another. As we know, BlackBerry has its own operating system, unless you get a powerful tool, you may have no possibility to transfer the SMS and contacts from it to Android easily.
But things can get simple if you make a right choice. Why not just let a powerful tool which is designed to fix such annoying problem to help you cope with the situation? Just put all problems caused by the platform differences aside, and care little about the details, just do some simple clicks and the mission will be completed well. And that is what MobileTrans can do for you. It deserves you to have a try!
Now let’s see how to transfer the BlackBerry contacts and text messages to Google Nexus 6 via MobileTrans:
Step 1: Create BlackBerry backup files
Step 2: Run MobileTrans on computer
- Firstly, disconnect your BlackBerry device.
- Download and install MobileTrans on computer, launch it.
- Click “Restore form Backups”, and then choose “BlackBerry”
- Now you should go to the restore window. After that, just connect your Google Nexus 6 to the computer with USB cable.
Step 3: Transfer BlackBerry text messages & contacts to Google Nexus 6 / Nexus 6P
After your Google device has identified by MobileTrans, it will be shown on the right of the primary window. And on the left, you can see all BlackBerry backup files existing on your computer have been detected and listed there.
Now just tick one, then you can further choose the contents of the selected backup file to restore. Just tick Contacts and Text Messages. And finally, click the “Start Copy” button. And the rest is just the wait.
As you can see that all those call history and SMS text messages, contacts can all been transferred to your new Google Nexus 6 without any hassle. And MobileTrans works for all other Android, HTC, LG, Samsung, Sony, Motorola, Acer, HUAWEI smart phones with any phone carriers.