- 06-15-08, 09:31 PM #2
Mass Storage Mode can't see the internal memory in your device. Use Roxio to copy the pictures to a folder on your desktop. Then use Mass Storage Mode to copy from the folder to your card.
Media Card Support: On
Encryption Mode: your choice
Mass Storage Mode Support: On
Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected: Prompt
Plug the BB into a USB port, answer Yes to the prompt, and the blackberry Media card will show up as a disk drive in My Computer. Then you can drag and drop.
- 06-16-08, 04:58 AM #5
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10-20-08, 04:11 PM #6
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Tranferring from internal memory to a memory card or PC
I must be an absolute *****. Today I got a memory card for my BB 8130 and have tried for hours to transfer what few pics I took already to the memory card I've just installed. What am I doing wrong? I think I need step by step directions.
- 10-20-08, 05:07 PM #7
If you have just a few pictures, the easiest way to transfer them is by using the Media program on your BlackBerry.
Media / Menu / Explore
Select Device Memory / pictures
Select a picture, Menu / Move / Up
Keep selecting Up until you reach the top of the tree, at the Media Card level.
At Media Card, select Open, then Blackberry, then Open, then Pictures, then Move Here.
You have to move the pictures one at a time by this method, but if you just have a few, it's much faster than dealing with Roxio Media Manager. Once you have the pictures on the Media Card, you can use Mass Storage Mode as described in an earlier post in this thread to move them to / from your PC.