1. flgators519's Avatar
    Where are contacts / contact pictures stored on memory? I can't find them in the "files" application

    I want to see how much space these are taking up. Also does adding a picture in outlook and then syncing for a contact take up more memory?

    Any information is appreciated
    12-23-09 06:40 PM
  2. flgators519's Avatar
    bumpppppppp
    12-23-09 07:12 PM
  3. bbcicamica's Avatar
    Where are contacts / contact pictures stored on memory? I can't find them in the "files" application

    I want to see how much space these are taking up. Also does adding a picture in outlook and then syncing for a contact take up more memory?

    Any information is appreciated
    Your contact info and contact's pics are stored on your device memory and not on a memory card.Also I used to check my memory constantly like 100 times a day and I remember I found it somewhere to see what exactly takes up how many kb-s. Now I couldn't find where it was.
    Yes as many contact u have as less device memory u have. I used to do the same -keep deleting contact on my PC so after I synced it wouldn't show up on my device.
    Last edited by krisztibi; 12-23-09 at 10:07 PM.
    12-23-09 09:57 PM
  4. amazinglygraceless's Avatar
    bumpppppppp

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    12-23-09 10:35 PM
  5. bluz's Avatar
    Where are contacts / contact pictures stored on memory? I can't find them in the "files" application

    I want to see how much space these are taking up. Also does adding a picture in outlook and then syncing for a contact take up more memory?

    Any information is appreciated
    this info are stored on the device memory.

    adding pictures do use more memory.
    12-23-09 11:12 PM
  6. dragonsamus's Avatar
    Go to options, status, then open the menu and click database sizes.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-23-09 11:39 PM
  7. bbcicamica's Avatar
    Go to options, status, then open the menu and click database sizes.

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    yes that's the place. Thank u.
    12-24-09 03:16 PM
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