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05-15-2009 03:09 PM
sorry if this is a dumb question - but I can't seem to find a solution anywhere:
Is it possible to open an html page that is stored on the BlackBerry (Bold in my case) in the Browser?
I tried typing file://Device%20Memory/home/user/documents/myFile.
Does anyone know another way?
Solved! Go to Solution.
05-16-2009 04:47 PM
05-19-2009 12:09 PM
Thanks a lot Xandrex and staktrace - you got me a little bit further, at least:
I tried using 3 slashes after file: but that didn't seem to help. Then I moved the file into the system folder to eliminate any problems caused by the URL-encoded "Device Memory" - and there it worked (with 3 slashes)!
But of course I'd much prefere not keeping my stuff in "System", especially since I can't put files there directly when copying them from the desktop. So, is there any other way to address "Device Memory"? I'm using "Device%20Memory" - is there anything else the BlackBerry browser uses to represent a space (it won't actually let me type one) ...?
Thanks for any thoughts!
05-20-2009 12:41 PM
05-20-2009 01:52 PM
Just for the benefit of anyone else skimming this post: the thread quoted by staktrace above also gives the 'internal' address of the Media Card: