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Old 11-21-2008, 11:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I downloaded the latest version of the desktop software and the VCast/Rhapsody software. I was able to transfer all mp3s with rhapsody but I am not able to transfer any photos using BB desktop nor Rhapsody. Anyone have another way to do this?

Also the desktop software has an option for "Media Manager" but it is shaded in gray not allowing me to click on it.

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Old 11-21-2008, 11:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I downloaded the latest version of the desktop software and the VCast/Rhapsody software. I was able to transfer all mp3s with rhapsody but I am not able to transfer any photos using BB desktop nor Rhapsody. Anyone have another way to do this?

Also the desktop software has an option for "Media Manager" but it is shaded in gray not allowing me to click on it.

TIA
Hook ur old BB to computer and set the media cards on both to mass mode support enabled.
U should be able to see both cards and tranfer between the 2.
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Old 11-21-2008, 11:55 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hook ur old BB to computer and set the media cards on both to mass mode support enabled.
U should be able to see both cards and tranfer between the 2.
WHAT? LOL...


Plug your BB into the computer and when it asks to enable Mass Storage Mode say yes... If it doesn't ask you can go into the Options>Media Card and make sure MSM is set to On. Then open Windows Exlporer and you should see the BB as drive F: or something there about and you can open the folders there to transfer from folders on your computer to folders on your BB.

The other way would be to download Media Manager and use it to transfer but I find I use it less and less and simply use MSM more often.

Hope this helps.
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If you havent set the storm to be in mass storage mode, it is done in Options | Memory, mass storage mode support: on, auto enable mass storage mode when connected: yes or prompt.

This will mount the storm in windows explorer or on your mac desktop. then you can transfer files, photos, mp3, movies.
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So Mass Storage Mode allows file transfers from the computer to the Blackberry of jpg, gif, mp3, avi etc without conversion?
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