02-19-2013 07:50 AM
Hey guys, I need some serious help... I have a 32gb PlayBook, and I made a playlist I want to transfer over (that I just made last night) so I can have some tunes in my car without using my Z10...
I have DM 7.1 and BlackBerry Link installed.
I made a playlist in Windows Media player, and then I fired up my trusty Desktop manager, connect my playbook and I go down to music and I get something that says BlackBerry device not detected. So I open up BB link, and go to music, and NON of my playlists exist on BB Link. So I go back into Desktop manager. I fiddle around with a few things, and I click on options and then media, and I see an error that says Media options cannot be displayed. WTF...
I go back into Windows Media Player, make some quick playlists, and they still don't show up in BB link.
Now I am getting really irritated. Anyone else run into this problem? I just want this playlist on my PlayBook. I don't want to transfer each song over, as I do have other songs on my playbook, and I want a quick easy playlist that I created.
02-19-2013 04:12 PM
02-19-2013 04:39 PM
I have that option too, but I have a very unorganized collection of mp3's (over 5000 songs) and I made this playlist because I extracted about 500 songs from that list, and at least in Windows Media Player, I can have it at least organized somewhat.
But the issue remains, BB Link software doesn't see Windows Media Player playlists, and now DM isn't allowing me to use it to do any media. BlackBerry needs to understand, some of us, have created years and years worth of playlists, and we shouldn't be having to drag and drop.
I do use drag and drop when there are new songs I have downloaded, but I also like to have playlists.
02-19-2013 04:44 PM
02-19-2013 04:48 PM
Thanks, I'm a regular on there... and I posted this very question there, and no hits on this issue, and gave me work arounds for manual playlists to transfer over, but still requires drag and drop.