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Old 12-30-2008, 01:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a BlackBerry Pearl 8100.
I do NOT have a memory card.
I want to access the files on the DEVICES MEMORY.
Is it possible to have Mass Storage enabled for the DEVICE MEMORY or do I HAVE TO use Roxio Media Manager?
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Old 12-30-2008, 01:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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if you want to play with the internal memory you must have the desktop software with the media manager (Roxio Media Manager).
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Old 12-30-2008, 01:23 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Go to Media, Menu, Explore and it should bring up your device memory to look around. I suggest a media card to store all your add on media stuff. Try and keep the device memory a clean as possible for best operations.
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I wanted to be able to copy the files in the internal memory to my Desktop.

I have AT&T with "family unlimited text, picture, and video messaging", but apparently BlackBerry's need a separate data plan, so I can not send or receive pictures.

If Media Manager is required, then it is required. Thank you.
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I wanted to be able to copy the files in the internal memory to my Desktop.

I have AT&T with "family unlimited text, picture, and video messaging", but apparently BlackBerry's need a separate data plan, so I can not send or receive pictures.

If Media Manager is required, then it is required. Thank you.
For T-Mobile customers there is a BlackBerry Feature Enabler that the carrier activates to allow MMS, i'm not sure if AT&T has that try calling support.
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For T-Mobile customers there is a BlackBerry Feature Enabler that the carrier activates to allow MMS, i'm not sure if AT&T has that try calling support.
I have 4.5.0.55 on my BlackBerry Pearl 8100.
AT&T has discontinued the 8100 and only offers 4.2.
I read that the latest version (for the 8110 and 8120) offer some non data plan MMS sending. The latest version for the 8110 and 8120 on the AT&T website is 4.5.0.152.

Is there a way I can get this for the 8100?
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