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Old 04-27-2009, 06:28 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Sigh....how do I get music onto my 8330 using my Mac??? :-((

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I'm a complete and utter tech dummy ESPECIALLY with my Mac which I'm still getting accustomed to for daily use, let alone syncing my BB. How do I download music to my phone? I have the USB cord but I'm not sure what the desktop manager is so not sure how to get to it or how to do anything for that matter and I'm quite flustered. Reading through the other threads has only confused me more. Is there software I need to download and if so, where can I get it. I've had my BB for over a year and never put music on it so if it came with a disc, that's long gone.

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Old 04-27-2009, 06:38 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Is it itunes music, or just plain old MP3s? If its itunes and its not itunes + [without DRM] then you are out of luck, they won't play on anything other then an iphone/ipod. If it is the + or just a regular MP3, can just drag the songs into the mounted folder that appears when you plug your BB into your Mac.
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Missing Sync comes with a option to sync your iTunes music folders.
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Missing Sync comes with a option to sync your iTunes music folders.
Missing Sync is worth every penny. It takes a bit to collaborate, but for us Mac users it is a must!
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..or you can use Blackberry media sync......
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I've always just dragged and dropped songs onto my BB media card when it mounts to the desktop. It's easier than fooling around with sync options, which are hit-or-miss at best.
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