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I installed a new memory card and i want to sync up with windows media player. the program won't find my blackberry. it's present in the device manager, and i have the latest download of blackberry software...any help appreciated. been at this all day.

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  • bigelow2317 Feb 20, 2009

    Nope, my Computer reads it as another device not as a Blackberry. I tried that, it asks for me to insert a disk.....

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You can go to my computer and open you phone to drag music files!!
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  • madog2681 Feb 20, 2009

    have you checked if it is set for sync insted of modem

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Download hotsync


Well, if your PC run Windows XP, install ActiveSync. Otherwise, if it runs Vista or 7, install Windows Mobile Device Center instead. To freely download any of these programs, please, visit this page.
Once the correct program is installed and running, the first time you connect your phone to your PC, you will be prompted to start a new partnership. You'll be able to select the items to be synchronized. E.g. if you want to sync your contacts, calendar and email messages, you should have Microsoft Outook running on your PC too. In order to sync your media files (pictures, music and video), Windows Media Player should be installed too.
Hope it works for you.
Anyway, please, let me know if I can assist you any further.
Regards,Carlos

Nov 11, 2011 | Motorola Mobility Moto Q

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Can't sync music to your G1


T-Mobile is issuing an over the air upgrade for all G1 phones to correct a software problem not allowing music files to sync properly using Windows Media player.

The best solution for now is to remove the memory card from the phone. Install it into a SD card adaptor and insert it into a card reader. Windows Media will sync playlists to your memory card properly using this procedure.

on Nov 22, 2008 | HTC G1

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When i try to get into my media file of my blacberry 8820 it gives me a message uncaught exception: net.rim.device.api.system.controlledaccessexception how can i fix it?


First, download and install the latest version of BlackBerry Desktop Manager software from: https://www.blackberry.com/Downloads/contactFormPreload.do?code=A8BAA56554F96369AB93E4F3BB068C22&dl=DA5FB46338C8C0DCB1039F7898184FC5

Once installed, connect your BlackBerry to your computer via the USB sync cable. Open Desktop Manager, and click the Application Loader. On the right, you will see Update your device software. Click the Start Button, and if your BlackBerry is not on the latest Handheld Software, an update will appear. Select the update, and run the install. Be sure to select the option that backs up and restores your data. Once started, do not shut down your computer, or disconnect the USB sync cable as this could damage the device.

Once completed, your BlackBerry will restart and you will have the latest version available. This version has been known to correct various issues like exception errors.

If the issue is still present, then it could be hardware related, and may need to be repaired or replaced. I would then suggest contacting your Provider for Hardware Support.

Jan 16, 2010 | RIM BlackBerry 8800

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Bb 8100 says "a media card is not presently inserted in the device" When the memory card is inserted.


It would appear that the memory card hasn't been inserted properly. Are you able to insert it in another device and have it be read without a problem? Try removing it, check that it is going in properly and reinsert it. You could also try another memory card. The one you have may be defective.

Dec 30, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

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I cant access my music. it states that the sync took, but it is still showing that my music file is empty


1) Enter a name for the BlackBerry smartphone that media files will be transferred to
2) Choose to use either the Device Memory or the Media Card memory
3) Specify how much memory to keep free of music
4) Delete music transferred from all sources managed by BlackBerry Media Syncronization.
5) Indicate whether the BlackBerry smartphone should check for BlackBerry Media Syncronization updates when BlackBerry Media Syncronization opens, or should never check for updates.
I hope I was able to help you.
Thank you for using Fixya.

Nov 13, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

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My phone is deleting my text messsages and my calls I have made. When I go to check if my message sent, it says there is nothing in my inbox or outbox. How does my phone delete my stuff without me doing...


Cause 1 A number of large applications are installed on the BlackBerry smartphone. Resolution To resolve this issue, complete the following steps: Make sure that the BlackBerry® Device Software is installed on the computer to display the correct total application space. Determine the application space that is available on the BlackBerry smartphone by completing the following steps: Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer. Open the BlackBerry® Desktop Manager. Double-click Application Loader. At the Device Application Selection screen, under the application selection window, note the total application space. Note: Select the List additional applications that are installed on the connected device check box to include the applications that are installed outside of the BlackBerry Device Software applications and the file sizes. Remove applications that are not required. For example, remove additional language packs and themes. Cause 2 A large amount of BlackBerry smartphone user data is present on the BlackBerry smartphone that cannot be removed by the Low Memory Manager. Resolution To resolve this issue, complete the following steps: On the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options > Status. Display the menu, and select Database Sizes. Reduce the number of items that are increasing the size of the database. For example, if the Address Book database is large, remove out-of-date contacts. If the Content Store database is large, move media files from the BlackBerry smartphone memory to a media card. Cause 3 Media settings may contribute to low memory capacity. Resolution Modify the Device Memory Limit settings by completing the following steps: On the BlackBerry smartphone, click Media. Select a media application. Display the menu, and click Options. Set the Device Memory Limit to the lowest setting field. Display the menu, and click Save. Note: Some BlackBerry smartphones have integrated cameras without a media card. As a result, some features have been added to handle picture storage on the BlackBerry smartphone, including the following: · Reserved Pictures Memory: In BlackBerry Device Software 4.2.0, the default value setting is 10 MB. In BlackBerry Device Software 4.2.1 - 4.7, the default value setting has been reduced to 2 MB. This setting reserves memory for pictures that the BlackBerry smartphone might take, and reduce the File Free amount that is displayed in the BlackBerry smartphone. This makes sure that the BlackBerry smartphone has memory available for pictures that are taken when a media card is not inserted in the BlackBerry smartphone. · Device Memory Limit: The default value setting is 20 MB. This prevents the BlackBerry smartphone from storing more than the specified amount of memory use. Cause 4 An application has expanded beyond intended memory boundaries. Resolution Note: In the Java® operating environment, applications increase and reduce memory usage when the applications launch, run required processes, and close processes. An application may use more memory than it is intended to use. Please make note of the values outlined in the following steps: On the Home screen of the BlackBerry smartphone, click Options. Click Status and note the values listed for File Free and File Total. Divide each of these two values by 1024, so that they are measured in kilobytes (KB). Record the new values, and name them as Displayed File Free and Displayed File Total. Display the menu, and click Database Sizes. Record the value shown in the Total Size field at the top of the screen. Open BlackBerry Desktop Manager, then open the application loader tool. Click Next on the Welcome screen. Connect the BlackBerry smartphone to the computer and allow the application loader tool to detect it. You might be prompted to type a password. Click Next on the Device Application Selection screen. Verify that the List additional applications that are installed on the connected device check box is selected. Record the value for the Total application space, located at the bottom of the window. Calculate the Reserved Pictures Memory for BlackBerry smartphones that have integrated cameras. If a camera is not integrated, proceed to step 12. On the BlackBerry smartphone, open the Media application. Display the menu, and click Options. Note the Reserved Pictures Memory value and multiply that value by 1024. Record the value. For example, 2 MB * 1024 = 2048. To calculate the Total Amount of Memory In Usage, add the values for Total Application Space, Total Size, and Reserved Pictures Memory (if applicable). To get the Calculated File Free value, subtract the value for Total Amount of Memory In Usage from the Total Flash Memory supported by the BlackBerry smartphone.

Oct 29, 2009 | AT&T Blackberry Curve 8300 Smartphone

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Blackberry 8900 cant save pics 'file system error'


A file system error displays when saving a picture taken with the camera on the BlackBerry smartphone

Cause

The folder in which the BlackBerry smartphone saves pictures is a read-only folder.

To resolve this issue, complete the following steps:
  1. Open the Camera application.
  2. Display the menu and click Options.
  3. Click the folder listed in the Folder field.
  4. Continue clicking Up until Media Card and Device Memory are options.
  5. Click Media Card or Device Memory.
  6. Click Select Folder.
  7. Display the menu and click Save.

Aug 06, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Curve 8310 Smartphone

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How do i transfer stuff from blackberry curve into the memory card


Open your media manager. Push menu button and select "explore".

Navigate through your device memory until you find the file you want to transfer. Highlight the file, push the menu button and select "move".

Navigate back up the file tree by selecting "up" until you see the memory card folder. Select the memory card folder, and choose the option to "put file here".

Keep in mind, you can not load programs from your memory card. You can only put files there (music, documents, ebooks, etc).

-Neil

Jun 25, 2009 | RIM BlackBerry Pearl 8100

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Put mp3 music on an at&t tilt


So on your Mini SD you need to make a folder named MUSIC. Then you just put ur music into it. After that place the card back into the phone. Next on the phone go into the start menu and into the Tools menu. On there press file explorer. From here you can view all files on the phone. From there go onto storage card and in there select music. That will show all the music files. To import the music into the WMP library go into Windows Media Player from your programs list. Once in WMP press men and then press update library. This process could take any where from 30 mins. to an hour. once that is done you got it working

Mar 23, 2008 | AT&T 8925 Tilt Smartphone

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Windows media player


Program that came with the wing called active sync, you can also get it from www.microsoft.com, will allow you to sync your phone and transfer media.

Dec 23, 2007 | T-Mobile Wing™ Smartphone

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