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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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Sync itunes


Launch iTunes.


Connect your media player with SanDisk memory card installed to your computer through its USB adapter.

Wait for the player's device icon to appear in the iTunes Source pane.


Drag and drop music titles from the library pane directly onto the device icon.

The music will sync onto the player's SD storage.


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How to transfer applications installed in my device to my media card?


  1. Connect your device to your computer
  2. Run the installation program from your computer. The installation program will prompt you to install the software application to your device using ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center.
  3. Select whether to install the software to the device memory or to your memory card

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How do I add music?


Here Goes:

  1. Plug in the Philips mp3 player to your computer. Use a USB cable to make the connection so you can begin synchronizing your music collection.
  2. Start Windows Media Player. Depending on how your computer is set up, this program may start automatically when you make the connection with the MP3 player
  3. Find the Sync tab in the media player window. Click on this tab and open the Sync screen. The Sync screen has two panes. The left pane is for the music collection on your computer; the right pane is for the Philips MP3 Player
  4. Choose the songs from your collection that you want to add to theMp3 Player's memory. Check the boxes that are presented by each song title
  5. Click the "Start Sync" button. The files from your computer are being copied onto your MP3 player.
  6. Wait for the sync to complete. You can monitor the progress in the "Windows Media Player" window.
  7. Close the media player program. Unplug your Philips mp3 player from the computer
  • NOTE: If this doesn't work you might be able to see your player in the MY Computer window.(after you connect it via USB cable) Select the player copy the songs and paste them into the player. Safely remove the device. You should be able to play the songs ..

May 09, 2011 | Philips GoGear SA3125/37 MP3 Player

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How to conect to pc


Here's how you do it.
Plug in the Philips GoGear to your computer. Use a USB cable to make the connection so you can begin synchronizing your music collection.
Start Windows Media Player. Depending on how your computer is set up, this program may start automatically when you make the connection with the MP3 player

Find the Sync tab in the media player window. Click on this tab and open the Sync screen. The Sync screen has two panes. The left pane is for the music collection on your computer; the right pane is for the Philips GoGear
Choose the songs from your collection that you want to add to the GoGear's memory. Check the boxes that are presented by each song title.
Click the "Start Sync" button. The files from your computer are being copied onto your GoGear MP3 player.
Wait for the sync to complete. You can monitor the progress in the "Windows Media Player" window.
Close the media player program. Unplug your Philips GoGear from the computer.
Thanks

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How do I transfer pictures from my blackberry device to the media card?


It's recommended to buy a microSD card to store your media files on, so you don't run out of memory on your device.

Depending on what OS your BlackBerry is tells you what size microSD card you can buy. You can check under Options ' About (will be listed as v4.xx.xxx). Look at the chart at the following link to see what size you can obtain -http://www.blackberry.com/btsc/KB05461

On the BlackBerry go into Options ' Media Card. Recommended media settings are as follows:

Media Card support : ON
Encryption Mode : NONE
Mass Storage Support : ON
Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected : YES

Mass Storage mode allows your BlackBerry to act as an extra drive when connected to your PC. So it will show up as an extra drive letter in Windows Explorer. So you can just drag/drop media files onto your media card and vice versa.

Or if you use ITunes, you can you the Media Sync to synchronize with the device. Read up about that here:http://na.blackberry.com/eng/devices/features/media/mediasync.jsp#tab_tab_overview

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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.

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I can't add music to my gogear


Plug in the Philips GoGear to your computer. Use aUSB cable to make the connection so you can begin synchronizing yourmusic collection.

Step2 Start Windows Mediamag-glass_10x10.gifPlayer. Depending on how your computer is set up, this program maystart automatically when you make the connection with the MP3 player.

Step3Find the Sync tab in the media player window. Click on this tab andopen the Sync screen. The Sync screen has two panes. The left pane isfor the music collection on your computer; the right pane is for thePhilips GoGear.

Step4Choose the songs from your collection that you want to add to theGoGear’s memory. Check the boxes that are presented by each song title.

Step5 Click the "Start Sync" button. The files from your computer are being copied onto your GoGear MP3 player.

Step6 Wait for the sync to complete. You can monitor the progress in the "Windows Media Player" window.

Step7 Close the media player program. Unplug your Philips GoGear from the computer.

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MP4 player


The first time you connect a device that plugs into a universal serial bus (USB) port, Windows automatically installs a driver for that device. After a driver is installed, you can disconnect and reconnect the device without performing any additional steps.
Before you install your device Check the instructions included with the device to determine whether a driver should be installed before you connect the device. Typically, Windows detects a new device after you connect it, and then installs the driver automatically. However, some devices require you to install the driver before plugging the device in.
Also, while most devices that have power switches should be turned on before you connect them, others require that you turn them on during the installation process. Because of issues like this, it's a good idea to read the instructions included with a new device before you connect it.
If the instructions that came with your device contradict the information in this topic, follow the instructions that came with the device.
Plugging your device in If your USB device1.gif uses a power cord, you should connect the device to a power source and turn it on before connecting it.
Next, determine which USB port you want to connect your device to. If your computer has USB ports1.gif on the front, consider using one of those if you plan to frequently connect and disconnect the device.



YOU MUST NOW " SYNC" YOUR DEVICE WITH MEDIA PLAYER THIS IS HOW TO DO IT.

Set up a device to sync in Windows Media Player You can use Windows Media Player to copy music, videos, and pictures from your Player library to a portable device, such as a compatible MP3 player. This process is called synchronization or syncing.
There are two methods for syncing items to a device: automatically or manually. When you connect a device to your computer for the first time, Windows Media Player selects the sync method that works best for your device, depending on the device's storage capacity1.gif and the size of your Player library. After your device is set up the first time, you can choose a different sync method if you want.

  1. Start the Player, turn on your device, and then connect it to your computer. If prompted, select the AutoPlay option to sync the device using Windows Media Player.
  2. Do one of the following:
    • If the Player has selected to sync your device automatically, click Finish. When you do so, the Player will sync your entire library to your device. After that, your device will automatically sync every time you connect it to your computer while Windows Media Player is running.
    • If the Player has selected to sync your device manually, click Finish. Then, in the Sync tab, you can select the files and playlists you want to sync manually. For more information, see Sync manually in Windows Media Player.

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Comment by Christalnet, posted on Feb 12, 2008You can find a nice walk through on transfering music manually and installing third party apps for this purpose by clicking HERE

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Sansa c240 and memory card


When you look at the media player (i assume you're using Windows Media?) you should see a pane on the right side. In blue font near the top it should say "Next Device." Click that and it should bring up the SD card to sync to it...Also, you could get an SD reader and do it that way...

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