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Old 06-11-2008, 12:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just bought a 4G media card to save some c.d.'s onto my phone to use at the gym.
I choose to use Yahoo Music Jukebox rather than Roxio because I am more familiar with it.
Well, I placed some songs onto my phone and then decided to format my card to start all over again. Only thing is that the names of the songs are still in my Media: Music folders. If you click on a song, nothing obviously plays.
But, how can I remove all the names to start over?

It appears when i went in and deleted each song, it deleted the music just not the listing.

Anybody understand what I am saying? lol

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Old 06-11-2008, 02:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I suggest pulling the battery so that it "reindexes the empty" card. Good luck
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Wow, that worked. Thanks very much!
Last question, should anyone know- is there a way when I go into my media manage that I can have my media card songs diplayed when clicking on Music?
Or, will I always have to Explore/Meida Card/Blackberry/Music from the Media Manager?
One of the main things I am going to use this phone for is an MP3 player.

Oh yeah, I also found out Yahoo jukebox does not work with this phone.
I guess I need to learn how to use Roxio for Blackberry instead.

Thanks a lot from a Blackberry newbie!
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I'm not sure I understand your new question. Are you talking about using the phone attached to a computer and playing music or standalone, when outside or elsewhere.

I did not even install Roxio's tool. I just use drag/drop from Windows' Explorer to move music. You do have to have all of your mp3 tags correct for music to show up when using the BB alone so that tunes show up as titles, albums, artist, etc and find them that way.
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I plug headphones into my phone and use it out as an MP3 player. Or at least I will once I get it set up.
For me, I click on Applications/Media and then when I click on Music it shows the artisits that are svaed on the phones driver which is limited to 15 MB.
For me to play a song off my 4G media card, I must go htis route Applications(or menu key)/Media/Menu Key/Explore/Media Card/Blackberry/Music and then my music is shown.

It would be nice (and I am sure there is a way) that when I click on the Media folder and then Music that it owuld read my media card, not what is saved on the Device Memory.

Is that any clearer? lol
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I plug headphones into my phone and use it out as an MP3 player. Or at least I will once I get it set up.
For me, I click on Applications/Media and then when I click on Music it shows the artisits that are svaed on the phones driver which is limited to 15 MB.
For me to play a song off my 4G media card, I must go htis route Applications(or menu key)/Media/Menu Key/Explore/Media Card/Blackberry/Music and then my music is shown.

It would be nice (and I am sure there is a way) that when I click on the Media folder and then Music that it owuld read my media card, not what is saved on the Device Memory.

Is that any clearer? lol
Boy, I never realized how badly I should proof my responses before submitting!
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Ah, I figured it out.
All my songs downloaded onto my phone. Now when I go into my media folder, it lists all my music. I just need to be patient because it takes a couple minutes to download all my music- 2.9G (around 750 songs)!!!!
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