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    Question 8900 Device Memory ??

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    When I plug my Bold into my computer Windows Explorer shows two entries: 1 for the Media Card and another for the Device Memory.

    The same is not true for my 8900. When I plug it in to my computer Explorer only shows an entry for the media card.

    I have Mass Storage Mode set to Always.

    I can access the device memory through Media Manager (ick... slow).

    Any suggestions?
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    I've noticed this also on the Bold, which is strange. I was never able to see my device memory on the PC from any of my other Blackberry's, but I can with the Bold.

    Maybe it's just a Bold thing?

    Edit: Question. Does your 8900 have separate entries (in the memory settings) for DEVICE memory and APPLICATION memory, or is it all lumped under one?
    Last edited by ssnxp; 01-01-2009 at 07:27 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sirthinks View Post
    Question:

    When I plug my Bold into my computer Windows Explorer shows two entries: 1 for the Media Card and another for the Device Memory.

    The same is not true for my 8900. When I plug it in to my computer Explorer only shows an entry for the media card.

    I have Mass Storage Mode set to Always.

    I can access the device memory through Media Manager (ick... slow).

    Any suggestions?
    I believe this happens with the Bold because of the increased size of On Board Memory 1gb...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DjSmooth View Post
    I believe this happens with the Bold because of the increased size of On Board Memory 1gb...
    Indeed.... Makes sense
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