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Old 09-17-2009, 02:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am trying to move my music and pictures from my device memory to my new memory card to free up space but I am having to move pictures one by one!! Please help!
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Old 09-17-2009, 04:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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thats the way it works.

also a "carrier" is not a case.
Its the Network you use.
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Remember - BlackBerrys are not designed as multimedia devices. Although these functions have been added, at it's root the BB is still primarily a business communications device. Many of these multimedia features seem like RIM added them to be able to say, "Yeah, we have that too." It broadens the appeal of BlackBerrys to a much wider audience. But if multimedia is really your focus, you want an iPhone or a Nokia device. It's a trade-off. Nobody does it all.
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Can't the OP connect to the PC and use Windows Explorer and the BB Memory and SD Card to move files. They should both show as removable drives, no?

I am not at the PC I use to connect my BB to, but I thought that was how I did something similar a long time ago...

I know it does work to move music and pics from the PC to the card. Just can't recall if I could see the BB Device Memory files too...
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On my Tour, only the media card mounts. There may be some Windows Kung-Fu/Trickster type moves that allow you to see the entire device, but I don't have the knowledge.
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Originally Posted by rambo47 View Post
On my Tour, only the media card mounts. There may be some Windows Kung-Fu/Trickster type moves that allow you to see the entire device, but I don't have the knowledge.
Try FileScout: FileScout Homepage - a file manager Software for BlackBerry® Devices with OS 4.3 or higher

I have File Manager Pro (Terra Mobility - Essential Tools for BlackBerry), it can see folders in device memory:

app data
applications
dev
home
samples
system
tmp

but can't see files in any folder except for Home and Samples (it has excellent text editor though, that's why I got it).
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