1. victory's Avatar
    So I got a Pearl 8100C, loaded a media card and got it formatted. Using the media manager I was able to copy a song and see it in the media manager window. I can see that some memory has been used on the phone but when I nav to the music file I can't see anything. Does it matter that it's a WMA file?

    12-01-07 03:06 PM
  2. anon(153966)'s Avatar
    Try it with .mp3 files. I don't believe that device plays .wma files...
    12-01-07 05:47 PM
  3. dfelipe315's Avatar
    just downloaded an mp3 and don't know how to put it on my blackberry..help
    12-01-07 06:25 PM
  4. victory's Avatar
    thanks navi...you are right about the wma...had to convert them to mp3's. now everything grooves right along
    12-02-07 02:35 PM
  5. Willie Haze's Avatar
    I am having the same problem. I have a mac need help
    12-02-07 11:44 PM
  6. dbltap's Avatar
    Yes... must be mp3 files. Be sure you format the media card on your Blackberry. It's easy to format the card incorrectly on a PC or Mac. Once you format the card using the Blackberry, you should have a directory structure that looks like:

    |_ Music
    |_ Video
    |_ Photos
    |_ Ringtone

    Put your mp3 music files in the Music folder. Make sure your mp3 ringtones go into the Ringtone folder. If you put them in the Music folder, they will show up in your Media playlist.
    12-03-07 07:19 AM