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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0006285||MediaMonkey (current)||Synchronization||public||2010-02-26 19:49||2013-12-07 05:02|
|Priority||urgent||Severity||major||Reproducibility||have not tried|
|Target Version||4.0||Fixed in Version||4.0|
|Summary||0006285: Blackberry sync|
|Description||MediaMonkey can currently sync to most blackberry devices, however:|
a) it requires that the user set masks in a specific manner (i.e. confusing for the average user)
b) playlists aren't synced in a manner that the blackberry understands
Note: in order to sync to a Blackberry device, the device must first be configured as a USB MS Device.
i) MM should have a sync profile that would be used whenever a blackberry device is detected
ii) MM's playlist sync functionality would be expanded to support the type of format required by the blackberry (related to 0006255)
|Additional Information||The following posts describe the format required by the blackberry (for both tracks and playlists):|
Blackberry Device IDs:
See the usbdemo application included within the BlackBerry JDE or eJDE plug-in for Eclipse.
Blackberry supported audio/video formats per device:
|Fixed in build||1305|
Fixed in build 1305.
- All the Blackberry features are supported, including playlists support and album art.
Note that this issue has been resolved as a part of fix to 0006317.
Based on user feedback it isn't working totally as expected:
||As I described in eSupport, it seems to be a bug in OS6, also WMP creates empty playlists on MTP connected devices. The only known fix is to connect the phone in MSC mode.|
||No new Reports and one of my friends say that he uses MMW for some time on his Blackbarry|