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Old 11-06-2007, 08:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I used to have a blackberry 8703 back in the day and switched to the Sprint 8830. Not feelin the lil pearl ball. Im a traditional trackwheel kinda dude. But can anyone answer this for me......Why does the BB say on the box that it supports MP3 ringtones? How am i able to upload mp3s or whatver on my phone and use them as ringtones? Really appreciate the help.
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Old 11-06-2007, 08:53 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Moved your Q to a new thread since it didn't really apply to the thread you posted in.

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Well the DM software has a roxio media manager built in, so you can transfer that way i'm pretty sure.. But if you get a microSD card you can just enable the mass storage option under the options and when u hook up the usb cable to ur pc it'll auto detect it as a card reader then uc an freely move mp3's back n forth that way. pretty simple actually
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Yep, with the mass storage option enabled on my mac it just appears as a disk volume, drag and drop.
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A mistake I made early on with the storage card was NOT using the Blackberry directory structure. On the sd card, create a Blackberry folder. Then make sub-folders under that.

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|_ music
|_ pictures
|_ videos
|_ ringtones

Now you can drag any mp3 type file to ringtones or mp3 and they will be available on your device menus.

Personally, with a 4 gig card, I find it faster to pull the memory card from my phone and use the adapter to plug it directly into my computer. I can move my mp3 files over to the card and then put it back into my phone. Roxio seems to be very slow to me. YMMV
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