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Old 04-06-2008, 09:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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when I open the media manager and expand - my blackberry, device memory, the only folders I get are pictures and ringtones. How do I open it open to view video etc. in the device memory not card memory?
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you would not want to load videos into device memory. the folders may be hidden if you are trying to copy a video, I am unsure. most videos would take up a great deal more memory than your device would have available.
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I have a couple of small 1 MB WMA/video files I want to store in the device memory but the only option sems to be to put them into ringtones and then of course the device will not play them. How do I get them into "Video"
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not sure based on your OS, but the device isnt designed to have videos in device memory. your OS might support loading them into the ringtones folder, then going into media > menu > explore (after disconnecting your device from the computer) and then selecting the file and moving it from ringtones to the video folder (if the video folder even exists in device memory, i am not conviced it does). but the best suggestion is to spend the $10 to get the media card.
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OK gone out and bought a micro SD [ way more than $10 but then that's New Zealand for you] and although I can put WMV files on the card they do not play on the device. It will not play WMA files either but will do MP3 which is a pain but do-able but what format does the video need to be in?
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