How to Import and Export Records from your old device onto the new BlackBerry Dtek60′s Password Keeper

BlackBerry Password Keeper app on the BlackBerry Dtek60 Sim Free allows you to store your password records, including passwords, usernames, notes, and lists, in one safe and secure place. Encrypting your information using AES-256, all of your passwords are protected by a single password that you choose. BlackBerry Password Keeper can even generate random passwords that are more difficult to guess.

If you are upgrading your BlackBerry handset you can easily export password records from your old device and then import them into your new device.  You can also export your password records so that you have a file that you can use as a backup.

Here’s how:

  1. Tap The menu icon > Settings > Import/Export.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • Tap Import passwords, and then tap the file that you want to import.
    • Tap Export passwords.
  3. Complete the instructions on the screen.

Use a media card to transfer password records:

  1. In the BlackBerry 10 version of Password Keeper, swipe down from the top of the screen. Tap The Settings icon> Export Passwords.
  2. Save your encrypted password backup file to the Documents folder of your media card. Note your password. You must enter this password to import the file on your new device.
  3. Remove the media card from your previous device and insert it into your new device.
  4. In BlackBerry Password Keeper, tap The menu icon > Settings > Import/Export > Import passwords > Documents.
  5. Tap The more actions icon, and then make sure that Show SD Card is selected.
  6. Tap The menu icon > (Your SD card name).
  7. Tap the Documents folder, and then tap your password backup file.
  8. To complete the import, type your BlackBerry 10 Password Keeper password.

Purchase the  BlackBerry Dtek60 Sim Free, to enjoy the most secure Android experience on offer.


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