The highly anticipated Blackberry Storm is shipping with an 8GB microSD flash memory card – but there’s only one problem.Â The phone has gotten horrible reviews and lacks the functionality most require for a quality MP3 experience.Â So now the problem – what to do with 8GBs of flash memory.Â Sure you could find something […]
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Here is a step-by-step on making your microSD card read as a mass storage device. This Blackberry hack will allow you to transfer files to and fro without using the Blackberry Desktop Manager software. Go to the Options icon on your Blackberry 8800 and select the Advanced Options Select Media Card Choose the following options.
Research In Motion announced the 8800 BlackBerry today and there are a long list of features, but where’ the camera? Wasn’t the camera feature the top requested feature? Our only conclusion is BlackBerry devices make it into enough highly secure environments RIM got heavy pressure to keep a camera off the device to eliminate sneak […]
Having trouble accessing files on your microSD card from the Blackberry 8800 or 8100 Series? The MultiPlay utility can help. The MultiPlay utility gives you the ability to access files on your Blackberry. It’s a utility that can function as an entertainment, productivity and system application suite. Free to download and use! Features: Media Player […]
With microSD cards getting so large, we have seen some create uses.Â This years CES 2010 is no exception.Â Take for example, the new data backup service from Clickfree.Â Clickfree now offers the ability for you to backup PC files directly to your Blackberry smartphone. The new Clickfree Traveler Micro-SD card for BlackBerry comes with […]
Research In Motion, creators of Blackberry have their arms up in the air for Samsung marketing a Blackberry looking mobile device called the BlackJack. RIM is stating in the lawsuit that Samsung is projecting false origin and unfair competition of the trademark name, Blackberry. BUT, the BlackJack does have some notable features the RIM folks […]