BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) is a power tool for BlackBerry devices designed to help users manage their BlackBerry phones from the PC.
Pity, I don’t have a BlackBerry to test this application. So I will just quote what the author has to say about this program.
BlackBerry Master Control Program (MCP) can take screenshots (including auto-capture and auto-save), set the device time, turn the radio/on off, recover memory, gather information, view/clear event logs, display modules, gather module information, create ALX/JAD files, backup and restore third party applications, handheld wipe (all 3 types), factory reset, load, save and erase modules. The Operating System Management page allows you to completely manage and optimize any OS you want to install on your device.
MCP allows you to keep an unlimited number of OS’s installed on your PC but at the time you actually install an OS to your device MCP only lets RIM’s Application Loader "see" the OS you had selected inside MCP. Most OS 101 articles tell you to uninstall all other OS’s from your PC before you begin the process. This is time consuming to say the least. MCP allows you to keep multiple BlackBerry OS’s installed on your computer and keep them in their current (possibly optimized) state for later use at any time.
Any controls that can potentially harm your device are blocked from use until you enter a passphrase… so even new users can’t do any harm using it until they know what they are doing.
See the Feature Matrix for a detailed comparison of BlackBerry Master Control Program with other similar tools.
BlackBerry Master Control Program works with Windows XP, Vista and 7.