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Old 11-25-2008, 09:15 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I wonder if it's possible saving photos into a different folder apart from de default path / home/user/pictures

Can I save them somewhere else? How then is that file access?

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Yes, you can change the path.

Click on the Camera then go into Options. At the bottom of the Options screen there is a 'Folder' option. Click on that and then select the folder you want (I recommend the media card/blackberry/pictures folder).
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In that only appears the default folder I can't select another one
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In that only appears the default folder I can't select another one
You can do what I did and create a subdirectory under pictures. I created several actually -- the one where the camera puts it's pictures, another one where I move the pictures I want to save out of where it's initially saved, etc.

You can use the Explore function within the Media application or from Windows Explorer while connected to a PC to create the directories.
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I can't see the folders I make in the sd card to change the path.
It only works when I create the folder in the internal memory.
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Did you make the new directories underneath the Blackberry directory? Any new directories you make have to be under that, and not off the root directory, in order to be seen on the device.
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Yes, i made folders underneath the Blackberry directory.
But when I'm going to change the images path only appears the default one.
It only works when i make de folders from the phone, but they're made in the internal memory
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Ok, I solved the problem. The sd card it didn't work properly.
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