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08-04-2009 10:52 PM
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08-05-2009 12:06 AM - edited 08-05-2009 12:10 AM
I do not see a Media Transfer Protocol setting in memory all the other settings are there.
The 8300 models do not Include Media Transfer Protocol in those settings.
The article is referring to the Storm and Tour device models. I do not believe the 8300 series models support those file formats.l
From the KB article:
The BlackBerry smartphone cannot play DRM protected music from sources other than the wireless service provider's music stores. For example, DRM protected files downloaded using iTunes® or transferred using Roxio® will not work on the BlackBerry smartphone. DRM protected music files from iTunes® can be identified with the M4P file extension.
Note: This article contains information previously documented in KB12922.