BlackBerry Desktop Software

About this product

You can use the BlackBerry Desktop Software to do the following tasks with your BlackBerry smartphone or BlackBerry PlayBook tablet:

  • Synchronize your media files (music, pictures, and videos).
  • Back up and restore your smartphone or tablet data.
  • Update your BlackBerry Device Software or BlackBerry PlayBook OS.
  • Manage multiple smartphones and tablets.

Additionally, you can do the following tasks with your smartphone:

  • Synchronize your organizer data (calendar entries, contacts, tasks, and memos).
  • Transfer your settings and data to a new smartphone.
  • Add, update, or remove smartphone applications.

Known issues

This section lists known issues for BlackBerry Desktop Software 2.4 build 17.

Installation/Connection

If you are running Mac OS X Snow Leopard version 10.6.8, when you connect your smartphone or tablet to the BlackBerry Desktop Software, you receive an error message indicating that the BlackBerry Device Manager wants to use confidential information stored in your keychain.  If you select Always Allow, when you disconnect and reconnect your device, you will receive the error message again. (DT 5598550)

Workaround: On your Mac, open the keychain access.  Open the BlackBerry device item.  In Access Control, select Allow for all applications.

If you connect your BlackBerry PlayBook tablet when it's turned off, the tablet isn't connected when you turn it on again. (DT 1196935, 3869042)

After upgrading from a previous version of the BlackBerry Desktop Software, the phone number for the Apple Assistant in your contacts switches fields although you didn't make that change. (DT 1012344)

If you connect a BlackBerry smartphone that is running BlackBerry Device Software 4.1 or lower to the BlackBerry Desktop Software, you don't receive a message that the smartphone is unsupported. (DT 890537)

Some configurations, such as updating your media card size, aren't displayed when you connect your smartphone. (DT 633783, 3869382)

Applications and software loading

In some situations, when you try to add or remove applications on your smartphone using the BlackBerry Desktop Software, the BlackBerry Desktop Software is unable to validate some of the applications on your smartphone and you receive the following error: "BlackBerry Desktop Software failed to validate your BlackBerry device update. Aborting install due to validation failure. Some packages contained unsatisfied dependencies."

You might experience this issue if you have upgraded an application, that was installed as part of your BlackBerry Device Software, by visiting the BlackBerry App World storefront. (DT 2403505, 3869175)

Workaround: Before trying to upgrade an application using the BlackBerry Desktop Software, remove the application from your smartphone, then use the BlackBerry Desktop Software to load the latest version of the application on to your smartphone.

The BlackBerry Desktop Software doesn't notify you that the "Allow Web-Based Software Loading" IT policy has been set to No. When you check for updates, you won't receive any updates. (DT 1103650)

You aren't prompted to retry the connection when you attempt to update software without a battery in your smartphone. (DT 989053, 3869402)

You cannot update your third-party applications through an ALX file. (DT 832054, 3868986)

Your computer goes into sleep mode when loading applications and restoring data to your device fails. (DT 633954, 3868948)

Workaround: Manually restore any missing databases to your device.

You receive the following error message when you try to update your device with a slow Internet connection: " BlackBerry Desktop Software failed to validate your BlackBerry device update." ( DT 508239, 3868929)

Backing up and restoring data

If you configure the BlackBerry Desktop Software to write backup files to a read-only folder, the BlackBerry Desktop Software displays the following generic error message: "An error occurred while backing up your tablet. Try backing up again. If an error occurs again, contact your support representative." (DT 2359954, 3869162)

Workaround: Change the permissions on the destination folder or write the backup file to a folder which does not have read-only permissions.

When you select a backup file and then click the Restore icon, the archive details that display in the lower pane might not reflect the content of the backup file. (DT 2140681, 3869152)

Workaround: To view the details of your backup file, use your mouse to click the backup file name. The lower pane updates and displays the data for the selected backup file.

If you restore a backup file to your smartphone which is larger than the space available on the built-in media storage for the smartphone, the BlackBerry Desktop Software displays a dialog telling you that the built-in media storage is full and asks if you would like to restore the rest of the backup file to your media card.  If you click Do not restore, the BlackBerry Desktop Software proceeds to restore the rest of the files to your media card. (DT 3869140)

Your computer hangs if the Log Viewer is open while backing up your tablet with a large amount of data. (DT 2006930, 3869115)

Workaround: Close the Log Viewer or turn off debug logging, and try again.

If you change computers or switch user accounts, you receive an error when backing up your smartphone: "The backup failed due to an unexpected error." (DT 1105356, 3869037)

You don't receive any instructions about how to turn on mass storage mode when backing up your smartphone. (DT 755328, 3868965)

Workaround: Turn on mass storage mode on your smartphone and try again. For information about how to turn on mass storage mode, click the Help icon on the home screen of your smartphone.

The BlackBerry Desktop Software is displaying the wrong message when a device with built-in media storage has mass storage mode set to off: "Device does not have on-board device memory." (DT 711448, 3869385)

You receive a "Restore data canceled" message in the status bar even though the data from your media card and built-in media storage is restored. (DT 647668, 3868950)

You don't receive a warning message when a backup file isn't created because there isn't enough disk space; you receive a message that "The selected backup file is either invalid or corrupt." (DT 614089, 3868941)

You cannot complete an encrypted backup with a large amount of data in your built-in media storage. (DT 349826)

Workaround: Turn off encryption or delete some data from your built-in media storage.

Switching to a new smartphone

After switching to a new smartphone, your previously synchronized pictures are copied to your new smartphone and duplicated when you sync again. (DT 2002357, 3869113)

Synchronizing media

Music

If you have set up and configured iCloud, any music that you have stored remotely in iCloud can't be synchronized with your smartphone or tablet using the BlackBerry Desktop Software. (DT 2418311, 3869180)

In some situations, when you synchronize music files between your computer and your smartphone or tablet, the process that writes album art to the Media Cache folder might continue to run in the background. This process negatively impacts your computer's CPU usage and memory. Also, the log files indicate that the process has failed although the album art has been successfully written to the folder. (DT 2378521, 3869170)

If you rename the artist or genre in iTunes, the BlackBerry Desktop Software no longer recognizes it and the playlist is cleared. (DT 1020955, 3869014)

If your media card is full, you can't sync the rest of your media files until you reduce your reserved storage space and sync again. (DT 1020938)

Workaround: Clear the All events checkbox, and then select it again. Try to sync your media files again.

Changing a song's genre isn't updated on the device when you sync again. (DT 799796, 3868978)

If you rename a song with symbols in iTunes, the new name of the song isn't synced to your device. (DT 745960, 3868962)

The storage bar shows the amount of music even when you receive the following message: "Please insert a media card." (DT 662659, 3868954)

Songs with long names are cut off in the progress bar when you synchronize your music. (DT 658632)

Apple lossless files are synced but can't be played on your device. (DT 648712, 3868951)

Partial music files are not deleted when a device is disconnected during synchronization and the partial music file is duplicated during the next synchronization. (DT 570554)

Pictures

Previously synced pictures are imported into iPhoto again, if you select the Include previously imported media checkbox. (DT 1016736, 3869013)

Podcasts

If you synchronize an audio podcast with your tablet and then disconnect and reconnect your tablet to your computer, the BlackBerry Desktop Software incorrectly displays the following message: "BlackBerry Desktop Software discovered music on your device that is part of your iTunes library. To prevent adding duplicate songs to your device, do you want BlackBerry PlayBook to manage and move these songs to the Media Sync folder on your device?" (DT 3187416, 3869203

Videos

Sizes for video files aren't calculated accurately and might prevent larger videos from being synchronized. (DT 1027100)

When importing media, it looks like unsupported videos are available to import but they aren't supported in iPhoto. (DT 1025486)

Synchronizing organizer data

General

If you turn off Sync Services on your Mac computer and then try to synchronize your organizer data, the BlackBerry Desktop Software does not provide an error message indicating that Sync Services has been turned off on your computer. Instead, the BlackBerry Desktop Software tries to synchronize your organizer data and then displays the following error message: "An error was encountered while synching <organizer data type>. Please retry the sync." (DT 2409110, 3869424)

Workaround: On the iSync menu, click Preferences. Select the Enable syncing on this computer checkbox.

Calendar

Reminder time reverts back to its original value after changing it on the smartphone and syncing again with Entourage. (DT 122278, 3869359)

The BlackBerry Desktop Software is trying to add a fixed alarm to each event in iCal even though it was already deleted. (DT 1041456)

An error occurs when you sync an annual recurring appointment that was created on iCal with an end date and multiple interval options. (DT 849143, 3869396)

When you add an occurrence of a recurring calendar entry on your mail client and sync to the smartphone, a conflict window appears. (DT 822068, 3869393)

Calendar entries are duplicated in iCal after upgrading the BlackBerry Desktop Software to version 2.0 and synchronizing your data. (DT 812353, 3869391)

If you update a recurring calendar entry to include an end date, the end date isn't updated on your smartphone. (DT 807118, 3869390)

Choosing to delete the data from your computer after clearing the data on your smartphone and synchronizing with your computer doesn't delete the data. (DT 766002, 3868975)

A recurring appointment on the last day of February is synced to your smartphone as the first Saturday in February. (DT 765973, 3868974)

Changing an entry to a recurring entry on your calendar isn't synchronized to your smartphone. (DT 762026, 3868970)

Entries that are set to recur on "every last day of each month" or "every last day of a month every year" are not synchronized to your smartphone. (DT 761216, 3869388)

Your appointment reminders are duplicated in iCal after selecting "Forget Device" before you synchronize. (DT 755258, 3869387)

The URL field in iCal is deleted when you synchronize for a second time and you have slow sync selected. (DT 624178, 3869380)

If you delete entries on your smartphone, they are added to your computer again after synchronizing your data instead of being deleted from your computer. (DT 621260)

A conflict occurs when attempting to synchronize organizer data that has a different data format on your computer compared to your smartphone. (DT 621174)

Changing a non-key field that exists on your smartphone and your computer triggers a conflict after refreshing your synchronization. (DT 620319)

Changing a key field that exists on your smartphone and your computer results in duplicate entries after refreshing your synchronization. (DT 619494, 3869379)

Monthly recurring entries created on the 31st day of the month don't synchronize for months that don't have 31 days. (DT 618214, 3869378)

Recurring events that occur in the past are synced to your smartphone when synchronizing with "Future events only" is selected. (DT 569719, 3869377)

Recurring, all-day calendar appointments that were created before the first Sunday of November 2006 are pushed forward by 1 hour on your smartphone. (DT 569465, 3869376)

You receive a sync error when adding or removing a BlackBerry Internet Service calendar for the first time after synchronizing. (DT 532306, 3869374)

Only one all-day entry is synced to your smartphone when creating monthly recurring, multiple all-day events. (DT 525554, 3869373)

You receive sync errors if synchronizing the Meeting calendar category in iCal. (DT 519976, 3869372)

Workaround: Sync all categories except for the Meeting calendar.

There might be problems synchronizing all-day events from your computer to your smartphone if your smartphone has a different time zone. After synchronizing, the All Day Event checkbox isn't selected on your smartphone and the start time isn't updated to the correct time. (DT 456610, 3869368)

Changing a single instance of an all-day recurring event creates a duplicate entry on your smartphone. (DT 424576, 3869366)

You don't receive a warning when a new calendar event from your smartphone cannot be added to a deleted calendar. Calendar events are added to a different calendar. (DT 382912)

In Entourage, if you synchronize a meeting (with attendees) again without making any changes, the organizer name is added to the attendee list with a status of "Accepted" using the safer sync option. (DT 356242)

Workaround: In BlackBerry Desktop Software, click Device Options and select the faster sync option.

Calendar entries turn into all-day events and end dates roll back by one day, if you synchronize an event again from 12:00AM to 12:00AM using the safer sync option. (DT 355548)

Workaround: In BlackBerry Desktop Software, click Device Options and select the faster sync option.

If you change one entry from a recurring event from iCal, a duplicate entry is created on your smartphone. (DT 355496)

Reminder time reverts back to its original value after changing it on your smartphone and syncing again with Entourage. (DT 122278, 3869359)

Contacts

If you have two groups that have the same name in your Address Book on your computer, when you sync your contacts with your smartphone, the BlackBerry Desktop Software creates two categories with the same name on your smartphone instead of creating one category that contains contacts from both of the groups on your computer. (DT 4041914 )

When you use the BlackBerry Desktop Software to synchronize contacts from your Apple Address Book, groups (including Smart Groups) do not sync to the categories field in your Contacts list on your smartphone. If you use Entourage, contacts that belong to a category in your Contacts list on your smartphone sync to a group labeled None in Entourage. (DT 2992286, 3869428)

Workaround: Manually assign contacts to the appropriate group or category if necessary following synchronization.

Deleting the last name of a contact doesn't sync to your smartphone. (DT 797201, 3868977)

If your computer is set to India Standard Time, a new occurrence of a daily recurring entry on your smartphone is not synchronized to your computer. (DT 711595, 3869386)

When synchronizing the Address Book, you receive a "A sync error occurred. Please retry the sync." (DT 710257)

Multiple home or work numbers for contacts aren't synced from Entourage to your smartphone. If two home or work numbers are included for contacts in Entourage, only one of them is synced. (DT 540616, 3868935)

The third line under a contact's street address is deleted from the Apple Address Book after changing a field from your device and syncing again. (DT 534211, 3869375)

You receive an error when synchronizing with BlackBerry Desktop Software after having synchronized with PocketMac without uninstalling PocketMac. (DT 353972)

Workaround: Uninstall PocketMac and the BlackBerry Desktop Software and then reinstall BlackBerry Desktop Software.

Notes/Memos

Notes stored in Microsoft Exchange are not synchronized to your smartphone; only notes that are locally stored on your computer are synchronized. (DT 361078)

An incorrect error message is displayed when attempting to sync with an application that doesn't exist on your smartphone: "The [application] database cannot be accessed for synchronization. For help resolving the issue, refer to KB19454 in the BlackBerry Desktop Software Knowledge Base." (DT 358106)

Tasks

The recurrence field for the tasks on your smartphone doesn't sync to iCal or Microsoft Outlook for Mac 2011. (DT 1098702, 3869412)

If you have a completed task entry in Entourage and your smartphone, the task is duplicated in Entourage after a sync. (DT 894395, 3868997)

Deleting a single occurrence of a recurring task on a mail client duplicates the task on the smartphone. (DT 831317, 3868985)

If you delete a recurring task that is completed, and sync your data, it is duplicated on your smartphone. (DT 762031, 3868971)

A completed task is changed to uncompleted when synchronized to Entourage. (DT 759541, 3868967)

A conflict appears when you synchronize your tasks after upgrading the BlackBerry Desktop Software version. (DT 709676, 3869384)

Synchronizing a changed task from Entourage changes the time in the due date on your smartphone. (DT 627751, 3869381)

The time stamp in the due date for the device task becomes 12:00AM after changing the due date field in iCal or Entourage. (DT 358782, 3869363)

When the value in the Status field in your device tasks is set to "In Progress," "Waiting," or "Deferred," the value in the Status field in your device tasks is deleted and set to "Not Started" after modifying any field in your iCal Tasks. (DT 356655, 3869362)

Wi-Fi music sync

If you have Wi-Fi music sync turned on in the BlackBerry Desktop Software, when you view the Wi-Fi music settings on your BlackBerry smartphone, the smartphone might display the wrong IP address. In most situations, Wi-Fi music sync continues to work on your smartphone. In some situations, Wi-Fi music sync won't work and you must manually enter the correct IP address of your computer on your smartphone. (DT 3137703)

Workaround: On your smartphone, on the home screen, click the Media icon > Music icon. Press the Menu key > Options. In the Wi-Fi Music Sync section of the Media Options dialog box, type the IP address of your computer.

Playlists that you create or update on your smartphone might not sync correctly to iTunes on your computer. (DT 2058799)

The server fails to bind to ports when Parallels Desktop for Mac is running. (DT 1039578)

When you clear your "Tracks on the device" playlist in the Music section of BlackBerry Desktop Software, the playlist remains on your smartphone and will re-appear when you next connect your smartphone to the BlackBerry Desktop Software. (DT 1030773)

The home music listed on your smartphone is updated without warning if your smartphone has been registered to use music sync on another computer. (DT 880013)

System requirements: BlackBerry Desktop Software

Computer software

  • Mac OS 10.6 or later
  • iTunes 10.5.2 or later for music synchronization
  • iPhoto '08 or later to import your pictures and videos
  • An active Internet connection

BlackBerry smartphones

  • BlackBerry Device Software 4.2 or later and a media card or built-in media storage
  • For the Wi-Fi music sync feature, BlackBerry 6 or later

BlackBerry PlayBook tablets

BlackBerry Tablet OS or BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0 or later

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