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Downloaded pics from blackberry using USB

Downloaded some pics from Blackberry to hard drive using USB cable connection. However pics where saved with .REM extension and no program will recognize them. Would like to know how can reload them to phone card or a program that will show them as pics again.

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  • Dave Dieter
    Dave Dieter May 11, 2010
  • Dave Dieter
    Dave Dieter May 11, 2010

    what model blackberry are you using, i will def try and help solve this problem if you could give me a lil info as to the .rem extension. were these picture downloaded from the internet via phone?



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What has happened is you had the Encryption mode turned on. You need to click on Options-Media Card- and turn encryption off then go into Options-Security Options-and disable content protection. After that follow this guide below to fix the other ones.

  1. Turn off future encryptions
    • Go to Options -> Media Card
    • Set Encrypt Media Files to No
    • Note: Despite what people say, you do not have to set Encryption Mode to None - this has nothing to do with your encrypted media files
  2. Move the encrypted files in order to decrypt them
    • Go to Media
    • Press the Menu key
    • Select Explore
    • Navigate to the directory containing your encrypted files
    • Create a temporary folder
    • Move the encrypted files into the temporary folder
    • Note: If you have media files in other directories that need to be decrypted, don't put them in this temporary folder. Instead, create a separate temporary folder in that directory and repeat these steps. This way, you can remember the files' original location
    • For impatient people (like me) or people with way too many encrypted files: To quickly decrypt files:
      • Move one file into the temporary folder using any method (this lets the BB remember the temporary folder as the folder you will be moving future files into)
      • Scroll to the next file
      • Press the Menu key
      • Press the M key (this highlights Move)
      • Click the trackball
      • Press the Menu key
      • Press the M key (this highlights Move here)
      • Click the trackball
      • Rinse & repeat
  3. Clean up
    • Technically, you could use the BB interface to clean up, but if you have way too many files, you'll want to use the Mass Storage Mode - this is more efficient, allows you to navigate the directories quickly, and allows your files to move to their original directories quickly
    • Use the USB cord to connect your BB to a computer and enable Mass Storage Mode
    • Navigate to the temporary folders
    • Move the containing files to their original directories
    • Delete the temporary folders

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