08-07-2008 02:14 PM
You can get your answers here:
Hope this helps!
08-07-2008 06:30 PM - edited 08-07-2008 06:32 PM
bifocals is right : everything is explained on the download page on the flipside webpage. It is said you can download it:
The Desktop Manager can be downloaded on the blackberry.com website. I recommend downloading version 4.5.
08-07-2008 11:05 PM
08-10-2008 12:42 AM
Here is the best answer I have found. I haven't tried it yet, but am HOPING to god it works. Switching to a blackberry is no easy task!
good luck. let me know if it works!
Answer #2 works great. At first my BB showed **No Songs** under the newly created playlist. However, when I reset (take out the battery for a few seconds) the playlists showed the songs and worked perfectly.
08-10-2008 12:52 AM
08-11-2008 06:22 AM
08-11-2008 06:26 AM
08-11-2008 10:22 AM
BadBoy, please close the thread if you have your info, as the originator you are the only one that can close it.
Just use the options over the kudo star. This wasy other users can find resolutions faster.
09-07-2008 12:37 AM
12-28-2008 03:51 PM
Ah man, I just posted a long detailed description of the problems I have had with playlists, but I guess my authentication timed out. ARGH
BB 8330, Verizon, 4.5, all updates, 8GB, mass enabled, BB works fine other than playlists....
I have long old playlists I do not want to spend hours reinventing with Answers #1 or 2 above. Seems silly for me to have to spend that amount of time when much more complicated things are easily forwarded to this great device. Playlists were orig made on WMP 9, most recently 11, and have worked fine on other mp3/wma devices.
Using MediaMonkey the playlists sync over fine, or so it seems, but when i click on a playlist title on the device, the player itself opens up, and I get no music and no list of songs. I can bring up the list of songs with 'show playlist' in the menu, but then clicking on a song there still gets no music started.
If I do create a playlist in MediaManager as suggested above, the playlist syncs over, but when I click on the playlist title the player immediately starts playing the first song, rather than showing me the list (contents of the playlist). Isnt that missing a step?
Perhaps it is my playlist encoding? Can I somehow re-save these same song lists in a way that makes sure the playlists are 'm3u' and even then (as asked by the poster above) where do I save them? And will they be accessible for future syncs?