1. korp#IM's Avatar
    Ok so I'm using the mass storage mode so I don't have to use that garbage loader. Anyways, I loaded ringtones in my ringtone folder .. roughly 8 .. however I only see about 4 of them. When I do explore it does show them on the card and will play but they don't show in my media player.
    01-07-09 10:49 PM
  2. JRSCCivic98's Avatar
    Pull the battery. It'll trigger a reindex of the files on the card.
    01-08-09 12:28 AM
  3. korp#IM's Avatar
    Hmm still didn't work.
    01-08-09 01:06 AM
  4. JRSCCivic98's Avatar
    Do it again. Sometimes it takes a couple of pulls.
    01-08-09 01:42 AM
  5. BlackberryStorm98's Avatar
    That happens to me sometimes. I usually restart the phone or pull the battery. Hopefully a software update will fix this

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    01-08-09 04:10 AM
  6. Jascias's Avatar
    Easy fix, Just delete the BBthumb.dat in your ringtone folder. Do this every time you load ringtones.
    01-08-09 04:12 AM
  7. fm1's Avatar
    Easy fix, Just delete the BBthumb.dat in your ringtone folder. Do this every time you load ringtones.
    I can vouch for that. Just did that with a battery pull and all files are now showing.
    01-08-09 04:20 AM
  8. SamanthaBrady's Avatar
    Easy fix, Just delete the BBthumb.dat in your ringtone folder. Do this every time you load ringtones.
    I can't locate this file on my SD card....please tell me what I'm doing wrong!
    01-10-09 11:06 PM
  9. ArmaK's Avatar
    I can't locate this file on my SD card....please tell me what I'm doing wrong!
    It's a hidden system file. On your windows computer you must have "Show Hidden Files and Folders" selected for the Hidden Files and Folders option.

    Windows XP:

    1) Open Windows Explore and click the Tools menu, then click Folder Options.
    2) Next click the View tab.
    3) Under Hidden Files and Folders, click Show Hidden Files and Folders.

    Windows Vista:

    1) Open Windows Explore and click the Organize menu, then click Folder and Search Options
    2) Next click the View tab.
    3) Under Hidden Files and Folders, click Show Hidden Files and Folders.

    The BBthumb.dat file is in the Music folder on the media card.

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    01-11-09 02:47 AM
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