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Do you need a Micro SD card to get your computer to recognize your blackberry to transfer music and such? I canot get my computer to recognize my 8100. I have pocketmac and it still wont let me. I have mass storage enabled and all that other stuff. I just dont see where to open the drive.
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Yes. Mass storage only works with an SD card.
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