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06-22-2010 03:17 PM
I want my app to get a picture. I let the user decide whether he wants to use an existing picture, or take a new one with his camera. How do I do that?
P.S. Camera Demo doesn't work in JDE4.5/BB:8310
06-24-2010 11:12 AM
Have a look at the fileexplorerdemo included with the BlackBerry JDE and BlackBerry Java SDK. It allows you to browse the file system and chose a file or invoke the camera and listen for a new image being taken.
06-24-2010 11:35 AM
A approach is to read the image data in a byte array and then create the Bitmap object with the method Bitmap.createBitmapFromBytes().
Take a look for the sample code that I wrote in this post.