1. graverayne's Avatar
    Hello I'm new to the world of blackberry. I just recently replaced my LG V10 with a BlackBerry Passport (silver edition). On my V10 I was able to use a SanDisk 32gb flash drive (it has the micro flash on one side and a regular sized plug on the other, picture of the device is included) but I find that I can't seem to get my Passport to register the device as a storage unit. Any ideas? Is this possible somehow? Thanks!
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    10-17-16 04:48 AM
  2. Lusitano17's Avatar
    This may help...

    Settings....network and connection......USB.....ensure that USB is"disabled"

    Open file manager....press the 3 horizontal bars bottom left.....select your directory

    http://m.crackberry.com/how-use-usb-go-blackberry-10



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    10-17-16 08:12 AM
  3. graverayne's Avatar
    I guess I just have to restart my device while the driver is in for it to be able to be read. I read on one of these forums it has something to do with the brand of USB I have. Thank you!

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    Last edited by graverayne; 10-20-16 at 09:28 AM.
    10-20-16 06:22 AM

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