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Old 02-11-2008, 09:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have been downloading the weekly Economist magazine to my 8320 (contains about 40 mp3 files) but the BB only shows the very first download edition it the song playlist / menu. I cant seem to update the playlist unless i remove the battery and restart the BB. Strange huh? Any ideas please
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First, welcome to the BBF.

No, I believe you need to do that to get the recently added in the cached memory. I hope you are downloading this to your Media Card.
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Thanks for the welcome note. Nice to be here.
Yes, I downloaded the files to my Media Card (SD MMC 1Gb). I have no problems seeing the MMC using Roxio Media Manager on the desktop and transferring the files from my PC, but they never appear on the BB song list. Another weird thing is that if I delete particular mp3 files from the BB (ie. files which eventually appear after i remove-replace the battery) they still appear on the song list but (obviously) cant be played because there is no longer an mp3 file on the MMC.
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That is correct... its been discussed here a good bit. When you delete an mp3 off the media card, it will appear still there until the BB is rebooted, because it is in the cached memory.
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ok, many thanks for clarifying. Sorry I didnt first catch the answer elsewhere on the forum.
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