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Old 02-09-2008, 08:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i cant record anything right now, my blackberry keeps on saying failed to record when i try to take video, anyone know what i can do, or can anyone help?
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first thing, try a hard reset (battery pull)
then, i assume you have a media card in the device. how much free space is left on the media card?
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quite a bit of free space i bought a 2 gb, i added like 100 mb or so, imma try to full on power turn off rihgt now
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what is the file free of your device? options > status

after the reboot
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gimmie a minute, its taking a while to boot for some reason, its been hour glassing for like a minute or two now
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thats pretty normal
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file free is like 9,078,594 bytes
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thanks bro i can record now
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try recording now. that is very low for memory though, you should have at least twice that. what applications and themes do you have installed? also, when you take pictures and store ringtones, are they stored to the device?
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yeah it keeps on storing liek all my pics tot he device memory and not my gig stick or chip
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go into the camera > menu > options > default storage location
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