I transfered 20 mp3 songs to my 8310 and the quality is horrible vs. when i play them on my computer. what happened? it offered me an option to convert it for better quality, but i kept it original. any advice?
If you still have them on you're computer I would convert them to a format and bitrate more suited to the blackberry. I know it is a pain converting as it takes a while, but it is worth it as you can listen to the files in not bad quality( for a biz orientated device).
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REM file extension appears when media files are saved to device memory and are not removed when the media file is transferred to a computer.
You cant change this..after transferring the media file to the computer, rename the file to remove the .rem extension.
Please follow the troulbe shooting steps given below.
press menu key, select profile, Under that select advance, press menu key, click on edit, select phone, you will get all the option, Click on ringtone, select Browser, under that select music you will list of songs, select anyone those songs for you're ringtone you will be able to hear the ringtone for you're selected songs.
You should have a USB cable that comes with the phone n the driver for your files transfer from PC to Phone [I hope you got that CD too]. Now first of all install that driver from the CD...when it asks connect your phone to the computer with the USB cable. Open up the File Manager,My Music n start transfering...Remember for a music player to play songs continuosly u have put the songs in the my music folder or you'll have to go to that folder[that you have created yourself] and play songs one by one...it is very easy once u start doing it. Another method is...you do that via Bluetooth option...take ringtones or songs from somebody else's phone.Let me know if there's any prob.
hi, RealPlayer - PC Desktop Use RealPlayer on your computer desktop (Windows only) to transfer songs from a CD to your PC, and to play and manage your music on your PC. To transfer your MP3 files from your PC to your handheld, use RealPlayer on your desktop.
RealPlayer & Mac To transfer your MP3 files from your Mac to your handheld, use the included "Send to Handheld" droplet.
1. Use the included Blackbery Desktop software and run "Media Manager". This will let you transfer any song on your computer over to the BB.
2. You can mount the BB as a drive in Windows and just copy the music file over directly. (This may only work if you have a media card installed -- might not work with built-in memory only.)
After copying the music over use the included Media application to try to play it. Once it plays in Media Manager you can be sure it will play as a ring tone.
Use the "Profiles" application and select "Advanced." Scroll to the "Tune" setting and select it. Scroll to the top of the list and select "Browse..." From there you can select the song and it will be a ringtone.
You can also set a ringtone individually for a contact in the address book. Edit the person's contact info and choose a custom ring tone at the bottom of the Edit screen.