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Old 12-08-2007, 07:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I add a wallpaper file I have to the intenal memory rather than the micro SD card?

why cant I put it in the directory called Preloaded Pictures?

maybe Im missing something obvious here

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I would love to get rid of my pre-loads to save space but they are locked.
If you could do as youre saying AND replace the already uploaded ones that would be even better for me.

I tried saving the image to internal and it wouldnt work either. I only see options for that with the camera taken photos.
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The "Preloaded Pictures" is exactly that - a folder with just what RIM set up. It's locked. You can save pics to the device memory if you want, just not to that particular folder. Just select that location instead of the memory card when you save something and are prompted to choose where. The question is, why would you want to save to internal memory when you have a storage card? As your Blackberry runs low on internal memory it starts misbehaving. Dropping call logs, failing to store text messages or emails, and just slowing down to a crawl. There's no benefit to saving pictures to the internal memory.

As far as removing the pre-loaded pics, check out this from the Blackberry FAQ: Delete Pre-Loaded Media
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