Get Your Music into the Storm.

Monday, December 8, 2008 ·

Now that you got your Blackberry Storm, wouldn’t you like to transfer your music collection to your phone?

The new BlackBerry Storm comes with 8 Gig of Micro SD memory cards, which can hold a whopping 1500 songs. You can easily transfer your mp3, windows media player, and iTunes song to your device using one of the following steps.

The BlackBerry Storm can connect to your computer in If your collection is mostly mp3 files , you can either take your SD card and insert it in your PC card reader slot using the microSD to SD adapter . Then drag and drop your files to the SD card. If Removing the Micro SD card from the phone sounds like a hassle, you could also connect your Blackberry storm directly to your computer with the USB cable, the computer will automatically recognize it as a storage device and assign a drive letter to your, now again just drag and drop your files to the new folder.
On the other hand, you can use Windows Media Player 11 to Sync your files with the Blackberry Storm, Just plug the phone with the USB cable and WMP 11 should recognize it as a new sync device.

ITunes Lovers can also transfer their music to the Blackberry Storm using BlackBerry Media Sync software. BlackBerry Media Sync is compatible with 32-bit editions of Windows XP Service Pack 2 which requires iTunes version 7.0 or higher; AND 64 and 32-bit editions of Windows Vista which requires iTunes version 7.2 or higher BlackBerry Media Sync is a synchronization tool that is used for transferring media files from a BlackBerry Smartphone user's iTunes® music collection to the BlackBerry Smartphone.

To download BlackBerry® Media Sync 1.0.1 visit

Some of the Features of Media Sync are:

Gigabyte conversion

• The Home screen of BlackBerry Media Sync specifies the media card values in both MB and GB, depending on the size of the media card
Filter out categories or playlists containing 100% video content
• Playlists containing music can be selected in BlackBerry Media Sync
• Lists containing only video content will not be displayed (for example, playlists
consisting of only music videos)

Unsupported format or protected indicators when viewing playlists

• When clicking a playlist, the BlackBerry Smartphone user can view the number of tracks that are supported and the reasons why a specific track might not be transferred

No wonder the BlackBerry Storm is called the iphone Killer!!!.



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