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Old 06-16-2010, 03:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok.. so here is my burning question for the last year. Let's say I take a bunch of photos and I want to get them to my "my picutres" folder on my desk top. Do I have to email them to my pc and then save them in my pictures? Does it have to be one at a time? Is there a way to highlight more than one and send a batch???? Ughhh
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You don't have to email them, just plug your BB in using mass storage mode and drag and drop.
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If the image files are on the media card, ditto the above. In mass storage mode your computer will see the media card as a drive.

If the files are in main memory on the device, you'll need to either move them one by one to the card first, or else use the media manager app (or whatever it's called) in Desktop Manager to access the files in main memory and copy or move to a folder on the computer.
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