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Old 09-11-2009, 09:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi,
looking to transfer most of my cd collection to mp3 and store it on my storm..
i would have to get a 32gb card atleast..
will this card work in any upcoming pda that i will get either the storm2 or the bold?

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Oh, at least. Is the 32gb microSD card available?
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Oh, at least. Is the 32gb microSD card available?
None I have seen... Sandisk has said all year they're coming... but none yet.
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(it was a rhetorical question)
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isnt this the card I would need?

SD Memory Cards, Secure Digital , SanDisk SD
its off a website called flash memory store
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would itunes even allow me to transfer my mp3's to my storm?
I know they have some DRM protection on there dont they?
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isnt this the card I would need?

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No. You'd have to cut that card to a quarter of the size to fit in your BlackBerry.

You will want a MicroSD card. When it is made. 16gb is the high end for now.
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would itunes even allow me to transfer my mp3's to my storm?
I know they have some DRM protection on there dont they?
Yes and no.

Get the BlackBerry Media Sync software for you desktop PC.

DRM iTunes will need to either have the DRM removed or burned to a CD and moved back to your PC to remove the DRM, then moved to your device.
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