1. Johberry's Avatar
    Greetings fellow Crackberry users, does anyone know how to point Neutron Music Player to your sdcard on your BB10 device via Bridge? I know I have to enter in the IP address manually via Network, but I always get niente. Either I'm entering my network address wrong or Neutron just won't recognize my music files perhaps? The music files are .m4a, but I think the main problem is pointing Neutron to where I have my PB bridged to my Q10. I get "error" as if it can't find the files and/or keeps saying to allow file sharing, which I already have. Does anyone have any tips and/or tricks to solve this? Any help is appreciated. Cheers.
    04-02-14 12:40 AM
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    04-02-14 03:21 PM
  3. pacoman03's Avatar
    OK. I don't have a BB phone, so I don't bridge, and I'm probably NOT the one who should be answering this, but since nobody else is jumping in, I'll give it a shot. I think that bridged files can be accessed in /Blackberry/InternalDeviceMemory (someone correct me if I'm wrong). The Blackberry folder is located two levels above the Playbooks media folders, which are located at /Accounts/1000/Shared/. Thus, the Blackberry folder is located on the same level as the Accounts folder. Now how or even whether you can point Neutron to the Blackberry folder, I don't know. But there are programs that can access this folder. Try installing Ghost Commander (free in app world) if you haven't already done so. Navigate to the Blackberry folder and see if you can see any of your bridged files there. If you can, locate a music file and then tap on it and see what happens. You may be able to play it through Ghost, though this might depend on whether you have any android media players loaded on your Playbook. It may be able to play it through the native Videos app, which is the default app for playing audio files on the Playbook. If you can play it (or even if you can't), you might then consider sideloading ES File Explorer. ES should allow you to access the Blackberry folder, and it also includes its own internal media player. ES's media player allows you to create playlists, and since playlists created with ES can include local files, files streamed over LAN, and files located in the cloud, or a combination of the above, I'm guessing you can create playlists that include bridged files. I know this may not be exactly what you're looking for, but hopefully it will suffice.
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    04-02-14 10:06 PM
  4. fentebaieuser's Avatar
    I noticed that blue tooth isn't working properly either. Was trying to sent files from my z10 via blue tooth but it wont do it now saying it failed to connect.....wtf. It worked before this update!
    04-02-14 10:49 PM

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