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LinBerry Hopes to Make it Easier to Use Your BlackBerry on Linux


Over the years Barry by NetDirect has been my go to solution for using my BlackBerry with Linux. It was worth it just for charging your BlackBerry at a faster rate. Now it seems like there is another alternative called LinBerry that I am guessing is based off Barry but makes things a little bit easier to get off the ground. Michelle @CrackBerry noticed that the LinBerry project has come out of beta since its alpha launch in 2010 and allows you to perform a backup of your device and allowing you to do things live view, edit, and delete contacts. It also extracts cod files and performs other functions.

Check out LinBerry here (Google Translate) or check out Barry and our previous coverage.

RIM has been making a much bigger effort with QNX, PlayBook, and BlackBerry 10 to support Linux developers so hopefully in the future they will also support BlackBerry Linux consumers…

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  1. That’s good news 🙂
    Does it work with the bbb format?

  2. Bonjour,
    est-ce que vous parlez français?
    je voudrais savoir comment forcer l’installation de linberry sur ubuntu 64 bits.

  3. Linberry has solved the only reason I touch Windows, I guess as from now, its bye bye to windows for ever. 5Stars for Barry and Linberry

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