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Old 10-26-2007, 04:18 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok, I just bought a 2GB media card. I only have about 20 pictures and a punch of old emails/text messages on my phone. I the other day i a pop up message said my media card is full. When I look at the status of the card it said I have 1.8GB free. is the data saving to my phone and not the media card. If so how do I change the settings to make sure everything is automatically saved to my media card.

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I didn't know the 7520 model allowed a media card!

You cannot move emails and messages to the media card.

You should open each picture and move it to your media card. I believe you will need to do this one at time. So did I.


You need to enable Mass Storage on your media card
(Options > Advanced > Media Card > Mass Storage Mode Support = ON
Auto enable Mass Storage = yes.

Then connect your BB to the PC. From the PC click My Computer and find your Media card which should appear now as a new drive on the computer.
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I didn't know the 7520 model allowed a media card!

You cannot move emails and messages to the media card.

You should open each picture and move it to your media card. I believe you will need to do this one at time. So did I.


You need to enable Mass Storage on your media card
(Options > Advanced > Media Card > Mass Storage Mode Support = ON
Auto enable Mass Storage = yes.

Then connect your BB to the PC. From the PC click My Computer and find your Media card which should appear now as a new drive on the computer.
Sorry I have a curve 8300. How do i transfer each pics to my media card. I tried but I didnt see that option.
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Open the Media Application, go to a file you want to move, hit the Menu button, and select Move.

Then pick the appropriate folder on the Media Card as the destination.
For example, put Pictures from the device in the Pictures folder on the SD card.
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bbman, the instructions and options I stated are for the 8300 as well, and are certainly present on your BB. Using Mass Storage mode is much simpler than using the Roxio Media software. Just drap n'drop as I described, as if it were just another drive on your computer.

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