- CrackBerry User
- 94 Posts
songs on 8330
So i use to use my ipod for music but it is getting old and battery last for not even an hour, so I was wondering how many songs I can get on my berry with the 1gb card. I really do not have many apps and stuff just wondering an estimate I will eventually make it to the store to buy a better card.
- 02-26-2009, 01:59 PM #2
Well IMO the BB does a great job in the music department. NOt the best, but gets the job done. I had a 1gb card and have about 120 songs with maybe 200-300mbs to spare. I upgrade to a 4gb card and I can easily hold 500+. I only have about 180 cus I get bored with songs too easy, along with Slacker radio with 2 cache stations I still have 2.2gbs left. So it really depends on the size card you have.
- 02-26-2009, 02:08 PM #3
I'd buy a new card, mostly because 4gb and 8gb are really cheap and odds are your 1gb card is a low class, which means lower read/write speeds.
Opt for a class 4 or class 6. I'm running a Bold now, but my Bold is a better media player than my Ipod was and with Slacker I can also do streaming, customizable radio AND cache stations to the memory card...My website http://papped.webatu.com
- CrackBerry Addict
02-26-2009, 02:53 PM #5
- 559 Posts
Really depends on how you encode your music.
But, no matter what you do, it comes down to managing your music properly to fit your storage. I have a playlist in iTunes that takes 1.5GB of my favourite tunes, and I let missing sync keep it organized. It gets refreshed every sync, so it never really gets old.