What is MCP?
BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) is a power tool for BlackBerry devices designed for moderate to advanced users. I strongly recommend  MCP but also want everyone to realize this is an advance program and everyone should read up on the MCP homepage to gather all the facts. The MCP site is well managed and gives great instructional How-To.

Manages multiple USB Devices.
Performs ALL JavaLoader commands and options – 100% – graphically.mcp
Upgrade/Downgrade to any device OS that is installed on your computer – without having to uninstall other OS’s.
Relocates OS files to the same locations as CrackMem, so you can switch between MCP or CrackMem at will.
MCP is available via Windows Control Panel after installation.
Easy to access shortcuts to the most common BlackBerry tools.
Since – Available in PortableApps version!
Since – Available in Stand Alone version!

What Can MCP Do?

With MCP you can easily load/save/erase any module you want, take screenshots of your device, turn the radio on or off, synchronize the time on your device to your PC, reset to factory settings (remove IT policies), perform a handheld wipe… and tons of other cool stuff!

MCP can perform all possible combination’s of Java Loader commands and options via an intuitive yet easy to use 32-bit Windows GUI (graphical user interface).

MCP offers a full GUI for managing and optimizing any BlackBerry operating system that is installed on your computer, including the ability to install a selected OS without having to uninstall other OS’s first. All selections/operations are performed in real time and the GUI provides instant “live” feedback on the current state of the OS you are preparing to install. You can switch between MCP and CrackMem with no adverse effects.

MCP has been tested on Windows XP SP3 32-bit only and I know a few users that are testing it on Windows Vista 32-bit. I’m not sure how well it work on 64-bit systems.

MCP seems to work on Vista for some users, but you have to make MCP and javaloader.exe able to run as administrator. Note: This is no longer required in the newer MCP Dropbox versions which are UAC compliant.

What MCP Does NOT Do…

MCP is not designed to do anything that can already be done in BlackBerry Desktop Manager or other RIM tools. If you need to do a backup or synchronization, use other tools already at your disposal.

You can visit the MCP Home Page by going HERE!

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