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Old 06-25-2009, 11:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys...just got on the forum..learned a ton so far!

I know that you cant put apps on the media card, but is there a way to put games on it?

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How do i save a game/app on my PC in case i want to delete it on my BB to make some room for another app, and would like to put it back on my BB down the road??

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No because Games are Apps..

Look into Aerize Card Loader..
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I use Roxio Media Mananger that I installed with Desktop Manager.

You can just drag and drop between the Media Card and PC.

Have done music and converted dvd movies this way.





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thanks for the feedback

i tried doing it with the media manager but cant find any of my apps...

i will have to look into the Aerize Card Loader..
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I use Roxio Media Mananger that I installed with Desktop Manager.

You can just drag and drop between the Media Card and PC.

Have done music and converted dvd movies this way.





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The OP is talking about programs/applications... NOT music/videos.
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I use Roxio Media Mananger that I installed with Desktop Manager.

You can just drag and drop between the Media Card and PC.

Have done music and converted dvd movies this way.





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Hey I want to know how you installed the Roxio Media Manager... I was trying to transfer files from the desktop manager to my media card but it doesn't give me an option in the desktop manager. Where do I get the setup file for the Roxio?

Thanks!
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It was an option when I downloaded DM 4.6 from my carrier's download site.

I don't know if you can just install it as a stand alone and have it integrate with DM and the media card.

I do a lot of converted dvd movie transfers from my laptop to my media card thru Roxio. Usually just drag and drop, but Roxio does have a little video and audio settings you can use to further convert if you want, like "crop to fit to screen".

I guess there are numerous other ways, but I like it. It's dummy proof.




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