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Old 06-03-2008, 04:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
I've tried a few times now after meddling with the Media Card settings, but this problem still exists: Nothing happens when I plug in my BlackBerry via USB.

Usually when I plug in a hard disk/phone/data card to my computer, my file browser opens a new window and displays its contents. But when I plug in my BlackBerry, nothing happens.

Here are some related specs:

BlackBerry: 8100 Pearl
OS: Ubuntu 8.04
No MiniSD card in the BB - my holder for the card is broken, so I use the phone memory

Hopefully this can be sorted out quickly!

Thanks,
Hans Engel
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You cannot access your BlackBerry device memory from a PC... only a media card.
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Like stated above you will only get that when a media card is in your device. You need to use Desktop Manager to access device memory.
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...You need to use Desktop Manager to access device memory.
You cannot access your device memory externally.... period. Except for the purpose of adding/removing programs via the desktop manager. You have no access to store or retrieve data on your device memory externally.
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you can actually access the device memory using the barry tools, but there are no actual tools available for browsing it.
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