Check on the BlackBerry if the wireless synchronization feature is turned on for the "Calendar", "Address Book", "MemoPad", or "Tasks applications" and disable it.
- Click on the corresponding icon (to each file) on the
Homescreen of the BlackBerry
- Press the
Menukey, and then click
- Click on
Desktop, and then remove the check in the box to disable wireless synchronisation
- Press the
ESCbutton and then the
Menukey and click
Save, then Be sure to repeat the process for each contact, calendar or task application list you have.
In some cases, entries are dimmed because the database to be backed up or restored is being backed up wirelessly through a BlackBerry Enterprise Server. In this case, the
Desktop [SYNC] service-book marks the databases as read-only, preventing the data from being backed up or restored using a cable and BlackBerry Desktop Software.
The option would be to delete the
Desktop [SYNC] service-book and then perform the backup or restore of the selected databases from the BlackBerry Desktop Software. To do this, you also need to use the Blackberry options menu.
- Connect the BlackBerry to the computer
- From the
Options(depending on the theme running on the smartphone, the
Optionsicon may be under
- If the smartphone is running BlackBerry Device Software 4.1 or later, click
Advanced Options, then
Service Book, or -- if the smartphone is running BlackBerry Device Software 4.0 or earlier -- click
- Click the
Desktop [SYNC]service-book (or press the
Menukey for smartphones with a trackball) and select
- In the
Are You Sure?dialog box, click
Alternative solutions to the wireless synchronization issue
If you're not using BlackBerry Enterprise Server, and you don't have the option to turn off wireless synchronisation, you can close the Desktop Manager and go into the folder containing the
app.loader. The Crackberry forum community advises that with that done you should be able to restore your data.
It would also be a good idea to verify if your device has enough available memory to store the database. The amount of memory that appears beside the database in the
Desktop File Databases section might differ from the amount of memory that is required to store the database on your device. If the application memory on your device is low, consider deleting unused applications, old data, or old messages from your device.