Mount Filesystem over Samba

First, make the following settings:

Setting Value
Settings → About → Device Name Any name you want to give your device.
Settings → Storage and Access → Access Using Wifi Turn on.
Change Wifi Password Any password for your device.
Settings → Storage and Access → Identification on Network → Identity → WorkGroup You can change the workgroup here but the value WORKGROUP is usually the default.
Settings → Storage and Access → Identification on Network → Identity → Username You can leave the default BlackBerry or enter the username.

You can mount the BlackBerry filesystem over Samba using various methods:

  • Map Network Drive in Windows
  • Mount using a mount command on Linux:
mount -t cifs -o username=USERNAME,password=PASSWORD //blackberry.dev /mnt/blackberry

where:

  • USERNAME is the username that you must use to access the BlackBerry.
  • PASSWORD must be replace with your device password.
  • blackberry.dev is the hostname or IP address of the BlackBerry device.
  • /mnt/blackberry is the path to a local mount-point where the filesystem will be mounted.

This can be performed on all operating systems provided that they have cifs filesystem support.


fuss/blackberry.txt · Last modified: 2017/02/22 18:30 (external edit)

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