Here are the specs for that phone, I don't think it is capable of holding pictures or music.
Here is a link to the latest software I hope it helps
BlackBerry 7510 Specifications And Features
• Weight: 5.85 oz/166g
• Dimensions: 4.5 x 2.9 x 1.0 inches / 11.4 x 7.5 x 2.6cm (LxWxD)
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on your bb curve go to options then select media card. then after the words "when connected", make it say yes. this will make it visible. go to computer and click drive f. give it a try. bet it solves ur problem.
You can't put songs that you have bought from apple. You can put songs that you have riped from CD's or downloaded. You need a micro SD card. On the phone go into options: Advance Options, Media Card. Turn mass storage mode on. Now plug your BB into the computer and a little window will open up. open the Blackberry folder then music. Drop and drag your music files into that folder. if your going to use the Desktop software go to google and type: Blackberry Desktop Manager 4.5. This version comes with a media manager.
http://crackberry.com/blackberry-desktop-manager-version-4-5-now-availableClick on this link or copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
You just need to do a clean wipe of both user data and OS with javaloader and then reload the most current OS. Just find a download of javaloader.exe. Go to a DOS prompt and type in javaloader -u wipe -a -f and hit enter. Make sure the BB is plugged into USB before you do this. Then run Application Loader in Desktop Manager and reload the OS after the BB boots. When it boots it'll boot to a java error prompt, don't panic, just run Application Loader.
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1. On the handheld Home screen, click the Address Book icon. 2. Click the trackwheel and select SIM Phone Book. The SIM phone book is loaded. 3. Click on the contact you want to import and select Add to Address Book. 4. In the New Address screen, add any additional information.
This is called the hourglass of death...You need to reload the apps, but Desktop manager wont let you... You need to trick it into a connection
First make sure the BB is unplugged, then go to Program Files > Common
Files >Research In Motion > AppLoader and run
loader.exe.Click next, it will say port : COM PORT
1now is the tricky part you have to plug in the BB and COM 1
will change to PIN: UNKOWN , when this happens you have to quickly click next
before it reboots again, then it will ask for pin and now has an connection with
the device so you can go ahead and re load all the
Connect via USB to computer and see if computer recognizes the phone, if it does back up phone using BB desktop manager and get the handheld software from your service provider or blackberry.com and redownload software via the application loader.