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    Question Whats on my card????

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    hiya all.

    am loving my blackberry storm.

    i have 2 sd data cards, one with media on and one with all sorts on it.

    does anyone know of a way to look directly onto the data cards, like a kind of file manager sort of view to see whats on the card.

    for example. if it is not a film, song, picture or document. i cant see whats on there.

    any tips greatly appreciated

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    If "Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode" is set to Yes under Options > Memory, when you plug your phone into a usb port on the PC, you should be able to open file explorer and view the files on the SD card as well as the device memory.

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    Or you can also use a memory card reader to read your micro sd card.but the method given by jdk2 is the best.
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    I am new to the Blackberry world coming from a WM.

    Is there a program that acts like "Task Manager" in the BB world?

    The Storm is fantastic!!!!

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    Go to media-menu button-select explore - choose sd card and you can see all the folders/programs on the card
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    Once you have hit explore on the media card, you can also hit menu and choose "show hidden" to see what's in the system folders, etc. I DO NOT recommend changing or deleting anything inside these folders!

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    thanks

    the explore was exactly what i was looking for.

    bless ya

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