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Old 07-01-2005, 07:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a new BB 7250 w/e-mail redirector. It has a "picture" icon, but I can't figure out how to get any pix into the BB. Does RIM have an application that I can download?
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What happens when you open the app using the trackwheel? If you have jpg or gif files that are the right size to display, you can email them to your BlackBerry. Then save them and use the Picture App to view them or set them to you wallpaper or screensaver.

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I have a new BB 7250 w/e-mail redirector. It has a "picture" icon, but I can't figure out how to get any pix into the BB. Does RIM have an application that I can download?
The easiest way is to download them from a web site. There are many threads about how to size the picture properly - please do a search on "download pictures" and see what you get. You can also mail yourself a picture (choose the right size and format) if and only if you are using BES 4.0, handheld OS 4.0 or you are with a carrier that provides BWC 4.0.
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