Question about RIM BlackBerry Bold 9000 Smartphone
You can 'try' this.
plug your blackberry into the USB port, and when it prompts to start Mass Storage Mode, press the Y key. if that works, you should be able to navigate the phone with windows explorer.
there should be two memory stick / removable drives available.
one will be the built-in device memory of the phone, the other drive is the MicroSD chip that sits in behind the battery.
Navigate through those folders and i expect you will find a folder called Notes.
you can read these with your normal text editor like notepad i think.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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