03-26-2012 02:43 PM
I have over 1500 pictures and its taking to much space, is there a way to delete all my pictures with having to " select all " or deleting them all by hand. I would take hours. Also, can I do the same with video too?
03-27-2012 06:17 AM
Try the following:
Go to Options> Security Options> Security Wipe> Select Media Card
Here eneter "blackberry" and all your pictures and videos will be wiped out of your Memory Card in a go!
Hope this resolves your Problem!
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05-08-2012 06:30 PM
Thank you, this resolved my multiple photo delete problem. I'm fortunate that I had nothing else on that little disc that I needed to keep. It wiped everything else on it.
So in response to whomever is asking about their music - if it's on that SD card, it will be lost if you wipe it.
01-01-2013 09:38 PM
Start up BlackBerry Desktop Software on your PC and plug in your BB through USB. If you want to download the files to your PC before deleting, go to the Media Sync/Pictures menu. In order to delete, go to the Files menu, click through Get Started, and it should put you in an explorer-lookalike box. Browse into the folder named camera (//Device/home/user/camera) and you will see your picture files. Hit CTRL+A to select all, then hit Delete.
06-23-2014 02:15 AM
It worked a little differently for me from cjb1967's post. In the BlackBerry desktop software, in the menu list on the left, click "Files". In the window on the right, at the top, there should be, at least, two arrows, and the BlackBerry symbol. There may also be a file path such as > Device > home > user > documents. If you have a file path showing, double click "user" (and see below). If there is no file path, double click the BlackBerry symbol. A symbol with the word "Device", should appear below. Double click "Device". A list of folders will show, including "home". Double click "home". At least one folder "user" should show. Double click "user", another list of folders will show. (The file path at the top will now show > Device > home > user >). Among this list will be folders including "camera", "documents", "music", "pictures", "videos", etc. Now you are in a position to deleter any and all of the files in these folders. The 20 or so pictures I wanted to delete were in the folder "camera" (because I hadn't sent them anywhere else). In my case, I double clicked "camera" and a list of image files showed. At this point you may be able to Ctrl+A to select all, failing that, click the top image file in the list, hold Shift and click the bottom file to select all, or use this technique to select a range of images you want to delete. Once the files are highlighted, hit Delete on your keyboard. You will be asked, in a pop-up window, if you want to delete all the files, click "Yes" and you are done. The same will apply to music files, podcast files, videos, etc. Hope this helps!