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Hello; I have a BlackBerry Z30, which I'm actually growing quite fond of. However, there ... BlackBerry Smartphones forum

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    Question Z30 Mass Storage overwriting network mapping

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    Hello;

    I have a BlackBerry Z30, which I'm actually growing quite fond of. However, there is an issue with Mass Storage that is driving me mad.

    On the device, under Settings, Storage and Access, I have USB Mass Storage turned off. However, when I plug my device into my computer to charge it or back it up, it automatically maps two of my network drives as follows:

    BLACKBERRY-97F3 [Pin: XXXX97F3] [Flash] ( Z: )
    BLACKBERRY-97F3 [Pin: XXXX97F3] [SD] ( Y: )

    The problem is, the Z: drive maps to a network share at log on, but the BlackBerry "steals" the location.

    I don't mind the automatic mapping, my issue is that it overwrites the existing mapping to my Z: drive.
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    First, we are migrating to a new site and welcome you to join us. www.techstackers.com Would love to have you there.

    Second, are you saying that you already have your Z: drive mapped on your computer, but when you attach your Z30, it steals that drive?

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    I will hop over to techstackers.com right away. Thanks for the update.

    As to your second question, that is exactly what happens. My logon script maps the Z: drive to a network share, but as soon as I plug in my Z30, it steals the Z: drive for one of the Mass Storage locations.
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    I'd have to do a little research on as to why it chooses those drives for the device and SD card.

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