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Can no longer save photos

Error message: Ciphering material not found.

How do I fix?

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  • sdvallance Sep 09, 2009

    how do I re-format the memory card? It is only about 3 months old. Pictures won't save to the internal memory either. Would that make any difference?

  • sdvallance Sep 10, 2009

    thanks. That worked great

  • whatcity225
    whatcity225 May 11, 2010

    Go to www.blackberry.com/suppot and search KB10527. The instructions are there. They are too long to post here. Hope it helps.

  • whatcity225
    whatcity225 May 11, 2010

    Sounds like either the memory card needs to be re-formatted or replaced.

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