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Can't get iTunes files to my Blackberry via a card reader

I have a MacBook w/ Mac OS-X 10.5.7 and a Blackberry Tour. I have used Pocket Mac to sync my Entourage Calendar and it worked great. But no one seems to be able to help me get my iTunes music and podcasts onto my phone. Verizon suggested I "just carry dump the music files over to the card." So I bought a card reader (Dynex 6 in 1), but the 2GB mico SD card (that came with the phone) information says "You can only read" under the sharing & permissions section. So how do I change this setting? I can see the folder for music and for podcasts, but it won't let me copy and drag the files over. Or is this "read only" issue not the problem? Is it something else? Help!!!

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  • isuteacher Sep 16, 2009

    Ok, here's the solution I found.

    Here is free software called Blackberry Desktop Manager. It does what all the pc people thought I should be able to do. http://rs487.rapidshare.com/files/275051...


    And the Crackberry post walks you through setting it up--it works great. http://crackberry.com/blackberry-desktop...


    Eventually the official Blackberry version of the software will be found here: http://na.blackberry.com/eng/services/de...

    I am now able to synch my itunes with my BB without having to use a card reader.

    Note: this beta version doesn't recognize the "podcasts" group in itunes, so I just made a playlist of my podcasts! And it worked just great.

    (I never did figure out how to remove the "read only" from my card when being read from the card reader.)

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If you bought the music from itunes than you might not be able to add songs to devices like phones because apple formats their songs to not be played from anything but ipods.

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Connect your phone with the card in it to your computer, and move the files over to the 'music' folder on the phone using the Media Manager application that is part of Blackberry Desktop Manager.

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