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Old 06-05-2010, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to transfer all my songs from my Blackberry Curve onto my new computer? I lost everything, and it would save me so much trouble if I could put all my songs onto it. Any suggestions?
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Hook it up via USB cable. Just pull everything back of off the memory card onto the computer.
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That would be easy except for the fact that Vista makes everything 3X more complicated then it needs to be. I have no idea how to view what's on my blackberry.
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Is your music on an SD card? If so, buy an adapter and plug it into your PC then drag the music to whatever folder you wish.
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Is your music on an SD card? If so, buy an adapter and plug it into your PC then drag the music to whatever folder you wish.
Easiest way possible. If it is a laptop, it might already have an adapter slot.
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