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Old 01-07-2010, 06:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question regarding people with a curve.. I don't have access to one right now and I'm trying to write something so I would appreciate if someone would answer my question! Thanks in advance.

When you're taking a picture, it stores it as IMG0001, IMG0002, and keeps counting

Do the images saved on your memory card count seperately as the ones saved on your phone
memory?

Example: You normally save all your pictures that you take to your memory card. You're on IMG0234.
Your memory card gets full, so you save a picture you take to your phone memory for the first time. Would it save as IMG0001, or IMG0235?

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Hello guys!

Pictures in emails on my blackberry curve 8310 show as the html code instead of the actual images. Is there an option to change this somewhere....
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