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Old 10-15-2006, 02:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i just purchase this yesterday afternoon.so i wanted to put mp3 songs on my phone but i cant. i get this message.USB CHARGING CURRENT IS NOT SUFFICIENT.VERIFY THE YOUR HANDHELD IS CONNECTED TO A POWERED USB CHARGING SOURCE AND THAT THE PROPER USB DRIVER IS INSTALLED.what is the problem??
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Did you install the desktop software from blackberry? If not you will get this message everytime! there is a reason they make the desktop software and its not just to backup, restore, add MP3's it installs certain drivers on your computer that you need
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Make sure you are not using a USB hub - try to plug it directly into the computers USB port. Had to ask - are you sure you're using the 8100 USB charger and not another BB's charger? They apprear to be interchangeable but are not. I tried to use my 7250's USB charger with my 8100 and got the same error message.
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Very descriptive title on this thread.
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If you already have the Desktop software installed, try uninstall and reintall the Desktop software.
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If you have a media card/microSD installed you should still be able to access it. I have 2 puters, 1 with Desktop Software and 1 without. On the one without I can connect via usb and trasnfer files even though I get that msg.

I'm also using the charge for an older BB but still able to access my Pearl as a removable media drive.
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Is this also the case for older models connected to Docking Stations?

I have a user with a Blackberry 7730 and the latest firmware connected to a Dell D-Series Docking station and although the Blackberry shows that it is connected to a power supply it doesn't seem to be charging.

I activated it wirelessly and didn't install the desktop manager software initially as I didn't think it would need it just to charge the unit (again the blackberry display showed it was connected to a mains power supply).
Even after installing the desktop manager software it still doesn't seem to be charging. I have set the software to not load on startup or when the device is connected, as I thought this would remove the wireless sync setup.

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