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09-07-2009 07:41 PM
how do I and save jpg attachments on my blackberry curve. I can see the photo in my email on my blackberry. I can open and download the jpg attachment but when I try to save or make image my home screen image I get an error message "files sytem full" When I click "View Pictures" the image does not appear/cannot be opened it looks like a little postage stamp of some application icon -- I assume jpg but it is not a mini photo like other photos taken directly with my blackberry
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09-08-2009 02:52 AM
The "file system full" message is the root of your issue. The reason you can't find it on your BB is because it failed to be saved there. You need to see what you can remove to make space for this new image as you've filled it up. Check your device memory stats (Options > Memory) and see what you have. If you have a Media Card, start saving things there instead of Device Memory. If you already have one and it is full, then, well, you've quite simply filled up your device...there's not much to be done except to start deleting things to make room for new things.
Good luck and let us know!
09-08-2009 04:04 AM
Saving email attachment is possible for BlackBerry device OS 4.5 and higher. Please confirm your OS version.
To check your OS go to Options -> About.
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