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bdeagle
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moving photos from sim to media

How do you move the photos on the sim card to the media card
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Bifocals
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Re: moving photos from sim to media

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Hi and welcome to the forums!

 

First make sure the following options are set:

 

 

Media Card window ON 

 Encryption NONE 

  Mass storage support ON

Auto enable when connected  YES 

On your media card do you have these folders?

Blackberry

Pictures

Music

Ringtones

Videos

Voicenotes
this is the folder structure that the Blackberry needs to allocate the media to.

 

You can then use the Drag and drop through Windows. Very quick and efficient, without overhead from the Media Manager.

One not. Some iTunes are DRM protected, and will not play on the BB.

 

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

NO

 

When I connect I can only see the media card. I cannot see the internal pictures. My partner has the same problem.

 

Bob

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

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Hi,

Your media card should show up as a removable drive in Windows, If you can;'t open it and see the directories,

Backup the card, In windows highlight the drive hit properties and tools, run the test. If no errors,

Reformat the card in the BB by using the OPTIONS MEDIA CARD menu key format.

 

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

Hi

 

I can see the media card and the photo on it. However i am trying to get the pictures that must be on my sim card or the internal memeory.Am I missing something?

 

Bob

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

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HI,

If you have pictures in device memory select the picture, press menu key, select move, then move it to your media card.

 

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bdeagle
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Re: moving photos from sim to media

Hi

 

Sorry but that does not work. I select the picture, select move and the media card is not an option

 

More help required

 

Thanks

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

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If you can't find the media card, email the picture to yourself, get them on your PC then delete them from the BB.

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bdeagle
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Re: moving photos from sim to media

Hi

 

That is what I have been doing. Bit dumb if you ask me. I've checked with several other users and they all get the same results so either this is the only answer or the question has not been asked correctly by me

 

Thanks for the help

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Re: moving photos from sim to media

You asked the question right, that IS the answer.

You can make multiple attachements in the emails.

 

"Don't hate the players, hate the game"  :smileyhappy: :smileyhappy:

 

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