06-14-2008, 07:10 AM
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Sith Apprentice had it right:
Start by firing up the camera. You can do this either via the icon or pressing the right convenience key (default setting) to start the camera.
Then, with the camera functioning, press the menu button and select "options".
In OS version 18.104.22.168 (and probably others), at the bottom of the screen you should see, "Store Pictures: ". Mine is set to "On Media Card". Just below that, the bottom line of the screen shows me what folder is selected -- and I can click the folder icon and browse to a different default folder.
So far I've found the I can, indeed, move pictures from internal memory to the media card - but if I do this via the blackberry itself, it's a fairly tedious one-picture-at-a-time process.
I was about to fire up the Media Manager...but just realized that it's gone! I had been trying first the 22.214.171.124 version, and then the newer 4.6 version. I found that 4.6 seemed to disable Roxio, so I went to reinstall 126.96.36.199 last night. The installer complained that I had to uninstall the "higher version" first, which I did, after which I reinstalled 188.8.131.52. Now, this morning, I discover that Roxio Media Manager is NOT there! Apparently my ability to use it until last night was because that component had been left over from my prior installation, before I started playing with beta versions.
Anyway - you should be able to use the Media Manager to move groups of pictures from one location to another later on, or switch to mass storage mode as Foxglove mentions, and use windows exploder (or a substitute, as I do, like Directory Opus) to move the files around.