The BlackBerry PlayBook is the largest professional music and video ever offered. It can match the iPad feature for feature, and itâ € ™ s in combination with the improved safety and reliability of the BlackBerry smartphone. You can load music files on your BlackBerry PlayBook in three ways:
Slide them on your computer. If you have your PlayBook connect via the USB cable, use the tablet's internal memory € ™ s as if it were an attached drive. Locate music files on your computer and drag them over to the PlayBook folder called MUSIC.
Thatâ € ™ s all you have to do; as long as the files in any of the usable formats, theyâ € ™ ll be ready to play.
Consider renaming files, so theyâ € ™ re easy to spot in the music player. Give them a name that includes some of the artist and the title.
If you want to dig deeper into your computerâ € ™ s OS, go to the properties of the filea € ™ s and select Advanced; and you should be able to provide more information, including the name of the album or the source. If you buy a file from an online music store, the file will probably come up with this information already included.
- Synchronizing. Use to ensure the synchronization process you have the same set of audio files on your PlayBook as on your personal computer or laptop.
- Get the whole shebang. Get mad. Go old school. Buy entire albums from the Music Store, accessible directly from the PlayBook. Of course you can also buy individual songs.