By now, most folks are fully aware of that music purchases have been removed from BlackBerry World but what you might not know is the process for actually retaining those purchases. As it stands, you will have up to 12 months to access the music in your 'MyWorld' music locker on your BlackBerry 10 device and after 21st July, 2015, it will no longer be available.
That's not to say you lose your music though because 7digital has now outlined the migration process to move your files from BlackBerry World, directly to a 7digital account. The company has been sending out emails making folks aware of the process. Keep in mind, you'll need to create a 7digital account if you don't already have one.
Click on the link in your email to migrate your files > You will be then taken to a migration web page > You will need to sign in using your 7digital login details > Click on the button 'Import my BlackBerry locker' - this will complete the migration process.
Again, please note that it might take up to 24 hours for your account/files to fully migrate and your past purchases to appear in your 7digital account. We appreciate your patience whilst we do this.
You'll notice the instructions mention the fact you should have received an email. If you've not received one as of yet and files to migrate, it is suggested that you reach out to 7digital via their contact us page or hit them up on Twitter to help get you sorted. Once your files are migrated, you can then access them all as you wish through your account or via the 7digital app available in BlackBerry World. If you have more questions, be sure to check the FAQ page 7digital set up as well.
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