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Media Sync is a component of BlackBerry® Desktop Software 6.0. It makes syncing your desktop music, photo and video collections with your BlackBerry smartphone or tablet quick and easy.1
Take your music collections, videos and photo albums with you anywhere you go on your BlackBerry device. Note: some features require a minimum version of software.
Listen to your music on your BlackBerry smartphone or tablet. Put together a playlist for the gym or download a mix of tunes to get you through the day. With BlackBerry Media Sync, you can:
Now you can carry your desktop videos and photo albums on your BlackBerry device. Or save photos and video you've taken with your smartphone or tablet to your desktop. With BlackBerry Media Sync, you can:
For BlackBerry® Media Sync to work your media enabled BlackBerry® smartphone must be connected to your computer via a USB cable. Certain music files may not be supported by the media player, including incompatible file types and files that contain digital rights management technologies. BlackBerry Media Sync is compatible with devices featuring BlackBerry® Device software v4.2 or higher. Devices that do not feature built-in mass storage capabilities (significant amounts of on-board memory) will require a microSD card to be properly inserted. Please visit www.blackberry.com/mediasync/microSD for a list of devices requiring microSD cards. BlackBerry Media Sync is compatible with 32-bit editions of Windows® XP Service Pack 2 AND 64 and 32-bit e editions of Windows Vista™ which requires iTunes version 7.7.1 or higher. Not compatible Windows 2000. Mac OS 10.4 and 10.5 require iTunes version 7.7.1 or higher. All applicable charges will still apply for the purchase of music from iTunes
Requires BlackBerry Desktop Software v6.0 and BlackBerry® OS 6
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