1. wasalph's Avatar
    Today i upgraded to bblink 1.2.0.28, the whole desktop had been redesign which for me is easier to understand. However i got a question... under the desktop tab, i cant add music folder, and under all folders (including music) i cant delete some of the folders while some i can right click and remove.

    Is there a way to remove all folders as i only wanted to include those folders that i set aside for my personal use?

    Why the limitation???


    Z10 STL100-2 10.1.0.4181
    09-18-13 12:34 AM
  2. Gearheadaddy's Avatar
    Today i upgraded to bblink 1.2.0.28, the whole desktop had been redesign which for me is easier to understand. However i got a question... under the desktop tab, i cant add music folder, and under all folders (including music) i cant delete some of the folders while some i can right click and remove.

    Is there a way to remove all folders as i only wanted to include those folders that i set aside for my personal use?

    Why the limitation???


    Z10 STL100-2 10.1.0.4181
    If you close Link, on your computer click on Start>Computer>Network Location (Y for sd card)(Z for internal phone memory) you can create new folders or delete folders. I wouldn't delete any of the 8 existing folders, only one's you create. For example I created a separate Ring Tones folder for my Z10 on my sd card (Y) so when I change phones I can easily transfer them just by inserting card into new one.
    09-18-13 02:00 AM
  3. wasalph's Avatar
    Hi, sorry im referring to the desktop tab, not the device tab. The desktop tab music, pic, video and docs has its own folders already preset, which some of them i can remove and some cant, dunno why. While under music, i cant remove nor add any folder.


    Z10 STL100-2 10.1.0.4181
    09-18-13 02:25 AM
  4. chiphazard's Avatar
    It's not a folder management application. Use your PC or device to do this. You can right click an item and choose show in explorer.


    BlackBerry Since 2006. Z10 Rogers, Halifax NS
    09-18-13 01:04 PM
  5. chiphazard's Avatar
    Woke up this morning and my drives were actually mounted. Cropped screen shot on PC and saved via wifi to Z10. Don't know how long they will stay mounted. Perhaps it's the fact that link asks for device password all the time... who knows.

    Blackberry Link 1.2.0.28 question-drives.png

    BlackBerry Since 2006. Z10 Rogers, Halifax NS
    09-20-13 04:32 AM

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