After a few months with no development I’m pleased to announce that BlackBerry2Droid has reached version 1.0.2. With the latest version comes support for messages encoded with UCS-2 (a way of converting readable characters to numbers that pre-dates UTF-16). This results in support for languages that use non-Latin alphabets such as Cyrillic, Greek etc.
A bug where the sender/receiver of messages has also been corrected.
Support for different languages has been a long standing feature request. If it’s something you’ve found useful, please encourage others to check it out by tweeting about it or sharing it on Facebook/G+.
Head on over to the Blackberry2Droid page to download the latest version.
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Cisco Device Info (CDI) is a Windows application to retrieve runtime information from Cisco equipment such as routers and switches. This is achieved using the SNMP protocol. Late last week I released version 1.3.0, some important enhancements are as follows:
- Enhanced the way additional columns can be shown (Right-Click table headers). Any column can now be removed from display and Interface index and descriptions can be made visible (not shown by default);
- When hovering over a line on the interface usage chart a tool-tip appears showing the interface name. This is useful for devices with dozens of interfaces;
- Where no data for one tab is available for that device, the tab will be hidden. For example the “Switch Stack” tab will not be shown for ISR routers;
- Fixed bug were user interface could be left in an inconsistent state following a router failing to respond;
- Fixed bug where interfaces with speeds greater than 4GB/s were misreported;
- Improved error handling experience of the interface usage chart following SNMP timeouts due to slow responding, or no longer available devices;
For more information, or to download Cisco Device Info (free to use in a home lab) head over to the download page for Cisco Device Info.
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RIM have two file formats for BlackBerry backups, IPD and BBB. As of today BlackBerry2Droid now supports the BBB file format, head over to the updated BlackBerry2Droid page and download version 1.0.1 to take advantage of the new functionality.
BlackBerry 2 Droid will allow you to transfer messages from a BlackBerry Backup file and import them into your Android phone.
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