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Old 11-25-2008, 09:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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When I go into my camera I see the heading that has EMV Cache and once I click on it it brings up a lot of pictures that I have no knowledge where they came from. I don't see an option to delete them all (not sure if I suppose to). I often go into my browser and clear the cache so I know it has nothing to do with those pictures.

What is this?
Where did these pictures come from?
Do I need them?
How do I delete them all (not one by one)?
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EMV Cache is a folder on your SD Card (I am assuming you have an SD card in your BB). It stores jpg, gif and other media files from emails etc that you have viewed. You can delete those files using Windows Explorer just as you would any other file on your computer if you have your BB hooked up to your computer via the USB connection.
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EMV Cache is a folder on your SD Card (I am assuming you have an SD card in your BB). It stores jpg, gif and other media files from emails etc that you have viewed. You can delete those files using Windows Explorer just as you would any other file on your computer if you have your BB hooked up to your computer via the USB connection.
Yes, I do have an SD card. As soon as I get home to my computer I will hook it up and delete them.

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To further clarify where they came from, they are the cached graphics from the Empower Mail Viewer (hence, E.M.V.).
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