1. Recycler's Avatar
    Is there anyway to limit what folders I see when I browser the pictures on my media card? I have multiple folders on my media card and I have to sort through all of them to see my pictures. I only want to see the pictures listed in the \blackberry\pictures folder.

    10-16-08 02:35 PM
  2. jeffh's Avatar
    If you have pictures in multiple folders, put them all in the default pictures folder and delete the folders you created.

    When I open Media, I see four icons: Music, Videos, Ring Tones, Pictures. When I click on Pictures, I see My Pictures and Preloaded Pictures. When I click on My Pictures, I see all my pictures in one place.
    10-16-08 09:31 PM
  3. Recycler's Avatar
    Thanks for reply.

    I can't put the pictures in a single folder. My card has two directories in the root; the BlackBerry folder and the folder of other data (work files, utilities, etc.). I have numerous images files (250 plus) in my data folder of work related items. My problem is that the BlackBerry media program searches not only the x:\blackberry\picture\ folder but also all the images x:\data\. The additional image files in the data folder are rendering the media program useless and therefore the camera functionality of my BB.

    Is there any way to limit the media program to just the x:\blackberry\picture\?
    01-15-09 03:26 PM
  4. jeffh's Avatar
    I have the same setup, a BlackBerry folder and a Doc folder in the root directory of the card. All my pictures are in BlackBerry\Pictures. To see what would happen, I moved a picture into the Docs folder using Mass Storage Mode, then disconnected from my PC. When I open the Media Program, MyPictures shows the Docs folder at the top of the screen, then all the pictures in MyPictures open under it. If I click the Docs folder, I see the picture I put in Docs, but only if I click in the Docs folder. If I just open the Media program, I only see x:\blackberry\picture. Seeing the closed Docs folder at the top of the screen doesn't seem like a big problem. The pictures are kept separate and not merged in one big list, which is what your description sounded like.
    01-15-09 10:18 PM