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    Hey everyone,

    I downloaded CaptureIt and when I tried to use it, I couldn't find the pic I saved. I went into the options and selected that it just save into my sdcard /pictures but it never saves there and when I look at the settings again it reverts back to the default save location (file:///store/home/user/CaptureIt/) which I cannot find.

    Any ideas on how to make it save to my pictures folder?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tuffy100 View Post
    Hey everyone,

    I downloaded CaptureIt and when I tried to use it, I couldn't find the pic I saved. I went into the options and selected that it just save into my sdcard /pictures but it never saves there and when I look at the settings again it reverts back to the default save location (file:///store/home/user/CaptureIt/) which I cannot find.

    Any ideas on how to make it save to my pictures folder?
    CaptureIt creates it's own folder either on the device storage or media card. You cannot change the destination that it creates. If your device has a memory card inserted, the capture will be saved there. If no memory card is available it will be saved to the device memory.

    Do you have a media card in your device? Then it will be saved there instead of the device memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADBRADNYC View Post
    CaptureIt creates it's own folder either on the device storage or media card. You cannot change the destination that it creates. If your device has a memory card inserted, the capture will be saved there. If no memory card is available it will be saved to the device memory.

    Do you have a media card in your device? Then it will be saved there instead of the device memory.
    I do have a memory card but when I go to "pictures", it is not in there.
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    If the folder is not seen, you may have to set your permissions to "allow" so it has the permission to create the folder.
    If you still cannot see a CaptureIt folder, you may have to do a re-install of the application.

    IIRC, it should be under -> file explorer/media card/blackberry/pictures. Just beneath your BBM pics folder.

    I've used it for years, but have since moved on to others. I now use ZonaSnap.
    Much Better with more functionality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADBRADNYC View Post
    If the folder is not seen, you may have to set your permissions to "allow" so it has the permission to create the folder.
    If you still cannot see a CaptureIt folder, you may have to do a re-install of the application.

    IIRC, it should be under -> file explorer/media card/blackberry/pictures. Just beneath your BBM pics folder.

    I've used it for years, but have since moved on to others. I now use ZonaSnap.
    Much Better with more functionality.
    I'll try doing a reinstall.

    Thanks for the suggestion, I'll try out ZonaSnap.

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