05-03-2008 11:15 AM
05-03-2008 09:19 PM - edited 05-03-2008 09:23 PM
I can't even get the media manager to recognize I have a media card in my phone. Every time I try to copy a music file over it tells me I need a media card. The media card is in the phone, I formatted it...I turned off mass media storage because it said my card wasn't active because it was on...I tried it with the settings mentioned above as well. Still no luck. It's a 2G card and I JUST put it in the phone...there is nothing on it.
So how do you get this thing to work
Scratch all that. Apparently had to restart the software after changing the settings and such.
05-04-2008 11:44 AM
Hi! Do you receive any pop of in your desktop whenever you connect your device with PC? If yes then go to BlackBerry folder and click on Music folder and search for your music there.
If you can't resolve the issue like mentioned above then backup your device and format your memory card.
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05-05-2008 12:55 PM
I had the same issue and this happens when you get a new memory card and do not format it from the start on the blackberry device. On most cards you will lose about 25% to 20% of the chip memory.
So back your device up, format the card, and should be good to go...
05-06-2008 01:16 PM
You absolutely need to have Mass Storage Mode turned on to access the MicroSD card over USB.
When you do have that enabled, once you connect your device to a computer via USB you should be prompted on the device to enter your password to enable MS mode (or just a Y/N option if you don't have a PW). After this you should see a new drive appear that is called "Removable Media" or "BlackBerry" - this is true under Windows / Linux / MacOS. Once that is done you can just drag and rop media files onto the card - you do not need to use the media manager provided with Desktop manager. The media Manager is sued to copy media onto and off of *either* the MicroSD or embedded memory of the device - if you have both things then there should be two locations in the device "tree" that you can see through MM. Again, to enable access to the MicroSD through MM (IIRC) you need to have mass storage mode enabled on the device.
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