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Convert Sony Ericsson mobile phone backup to XML document.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

It certainly possible to extract some data from Sony Ericsson .dbk backups and save them as .xml files. Such dbk to xml conversion can be done with programs like phoneMiner.

DocBook sources that share the same DBK extensions can be simply opened in any text editor, because they are already specially formated XMLs.

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Additional links: Open dbk file, Open xml file


Files with dbk extension can be often found as phone backups made using Sony Ericsson PC Suite.


An xml file extension is commonly used for files written in Extensible Markup Language. An xml file is used in various areas of computer industry and many program languages are just derivatives of XML. These xml files can be opened and edited in any text editor or IDE.


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