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Media music when i go to media to play songs I do not get the songs I put on my media card

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Sometimes you have to perform a hard reset after loading the songs on the device in order to get them to show. Do the following:

  1. Remove the battery cover.
  2. Remove the battery (while the device is still powered on).
  3. Reinsert the battery to reset the BlackBerry smartphone.

Posted on Oct 05, 2008

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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.

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