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  1. #9
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    Ha it worked!! my PC was reading G and H, i kept clicking on the G which is the device memory, wow im such a dumb ass! :P



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    Quote Originally Posted by brohlijk View Post
    Ha it worked!! my PC was reading G and H, i kept clicking on the G which is the device memory, wow im such a dumb ass! :P
    Glad you got it working :burnout:

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    Wirelessly posted (storm 9530)

    That's funny! I spent couple of hours lastnight doing this. I was actually going to post a step by step. After doing it correctly and seeing how easy it can be, or hard it could be... I realized someone else could need would run into the same things I did. Digging through HELP and Bryans stuff I only found half of the info. Maybe Bryan you could get the rest in yours, once you get past Winrar? I'm sure it would be very helpful. Many people are just figuring out they have this feature.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Wirelessly posted (storm 9530)

    That's funny! I spent couple of hours lastnight doing this. I was actually going to post a step by step. After doing it correctly and seeing how easy it can be, or hard it could be... I realized someone else could need would run into the same things I did. Digging through HELP and Bryans stuff I only found half of the info. Maybe Bryan you could get the rest in yours, once you get past Winrar? I'm sure it would be very helpful. Many people are just figuring out they have this feature.
    Not a bad idea Jason Dang now I have to add something else to my list :lmao:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morganizer View Post
    options > memory > media card support > ON

    Also, you need to set Mass storage mode support to ON in the same menu. Then you need to set Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected to either ON or PROMPT. Then when you connect your BB via USB to your PC, you will be able to access your device memory and media card using explorer. Good luck.
    Thanks Morgan!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bryan View Post
    Not a bad idea Jason Dang now I have to add something else to my list :lmao:
    Any time I can create some extra work for someone else..... I'LL BE THERE!!!:laugh2:
    I didn't realize I would even mess with that, untill I found out how long I'll be spending on a plane to Australia. Now it's a LIFE SAVER!:439:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonfyc View Post
    Any time I can create some extra work for someone else..... I'LL BE THERE!!!:laugh2:
    I didn't realize I would even mess with that, untill I found out how long I'll be spending on a plane to Australia. Now it's a LIFE SAVER!:439:
    Amen to that. China is a long flight too. And the Storm works perfectly their!

    Did yours work in Australia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlevy73 View Post
    Amen to that. China is a long flight too. And the Storm works perfectly their!

    Did yours work in Australia?
    Let me see if I can keep this on subject.....:lmao: My movies played back pefectly upside down in Australia.:1244: My phone worked perfect with the $7 start call $1 a minute plan.:doh::684:

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