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Old 06-08-2009, 08:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All my BlackBerry settings say I'm saving to my media card, the files are located on the media card, but no media card space is used? Also, BlackBerry Device Media decreases even though the files are supposedly on the Media Card. I'm confused, files are on the Media Card, but not?
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Open the Media App, hit the menu key and choose explore, navigate threw your Media Card and see if you find what you are looking for, you can also navigate your device memory and move files to your media card as well.
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Thanks man! I see you are on twitter, it is my buddy on twitter (@72suited) on Twitter maybe you can help him there?

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I will delete his twitter as soon as you reply btw.
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It will probably be easier for both of us if he posts on this forum, see he describe his issue in one post.

Twitter's 140/160 character limit is really a pain for normal messages let alone describing an issue.
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