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I will list a couple of suggestions that you may already know about, but hey anything is better than nothing, you'll go away knowing you tried everything.
1. It could be that the memory card is now corrupted, in this case there is no hope just buy a new on from ebay, thay are alot cheaper there if u can wait a week or so.
2. It could be that the software is only recognizing "free space" so don't worry. you still have 8GB of memory. Maybe there's a compatibility issue with the blackberry software recognizing your music. I don't think there is a major problem with anything here.
3. You could try erasing the music off of it to see if the software will recognize it as 8GB, if it does then its because of reason #2
There you go Just my thoughts as to what you could do to troubleshoot you issue. If you have anymore questions just let me know!
use a mine sd card download music to windows media then sync on the sd card then put that card in your phone and then go yto you player and once there go to update library and it will move the music to your phone hope this helps
1. Put a micro SD card into your phone. (Make sure it's blank)
2. Format the card from your phone. To do this go into "Menu//Settings & Tools//Memory//Card Memory" then click on "Options" that should open the format screen. Enter your security code (usually the last four digits of your cell #) and format the card.
3. Exit all menu screens by pressing the "End" button and remove your card.
4. Insert your card back into your PC. It should recognize the card and open a "Removable Disk" window. (if not, manually open this window by clicking on "Start//My Computer//drive E: or F:" , they might vary depending on your computer set-up.
5. You should see a folder named "my_music". That's where you are going to drag your music files into.
6. DO NOT open any media player. Just find the location of your music FILES. Usually if you click on "Start//My Music" your music FILES will be stored there.
7. Simply drag and drop music FILES into the folder that I listed on #5. DO NOT drag an albulm. It won't work. Just the music file.