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Blackberry Bold 9000 - save and export complete call logs

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Hello,

i urgently need all call logs (in and out) saved from my blackberry bold 9000 device.
I must be absolutly complete, best would be complete forensic usable. Fotographing is not an option.


how can i do that
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I didnt understood if you want to get all the logs that you have on the blackberry 9000 or if you want from this point an application that can get you the logs.

Basically the blackberry has a limitation for call logs (the blackberry own memory), so if you want from this point to get what is on the device i´ll suggest you this application:

http://www.sbsh.net/products/blackberry/historia

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Hello,

sorry for my silence in this case.
What we need to do is we need to know nearly every information available from the blackberry device.
When was it turned on? Which calls was recieved, which calls was done from this phone, everything.

I think there is no "REAL" Solution for Analysis on RIM Devices. Just the ipd file thing.

regards

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