08-29-2010 11:42 PM - edited 08-29-2010 11:43 PM
I have a (hopefully) simple question for fellow Torch users/experts...
Where the heck is the Wallpapers folder located on the device, and how do I get to it?
I've downloaded a few Torch wallpapers but they are showing up in my "Picture Library". I have some default Torch wallpapers, and they are filed under "Wallpapers." I'd like to be able to move the downloaded wallpapers into that folder as I'm **bleep**-retentive on the organization thing... LOL Is it possible to do so? When I attempt to access the Torch via USB drive, I can't seem to find that "Wallpapers" folder anywhere.
Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller? (Ferris)
Alternatively, if I can move those wallpapers on the device, into a different wallpapers folder on the media card instead, that would work for me as well.
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09-03-2010 02:17 AM
I've found the Wallpaper folder... It's hidden, but if you use the BB File Manager, you can get to it under system > user > samples. The demo videos are in there as well, so you could try to get rid of 'em if u need more memory.
I did find out that any subfolders I'd make in the default "Pictures" (or Picture Library) folder, would show up not as a subfolder at all. So say, if I made a "my wallpapers" folder in the pictures folder, any time I browse through pics, it would list the folder as a separate one when viewed via media on the Torch, even though it's technically a subfolder when viewed in a Windows Explorer window (via USB connection).