I need to find a picture that i put as hiden on my
In my picture gallary on my blackberry curve I had a picture highlighted and I clicked the menu button to see the options I had, I came acrossed an option that said "options" and I clicked it, within the options it had a box and next to it said hidden, when I clicked the box and then clicked "close", the picture was hidden but now I dont know how to get it back..
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Main Menu > Media > (highlight pictures) > press Blackberry button > Explore > Media Card > Blackberry > pictures > press Blackberry button > show hidden
In short, navigate to the folder where you hid the folder/file and press the Blackberry button and choose show hidden. you'll then see the hidden item in the list as a semi-transparent item. Highlight the item > press the Blackberry button > Properties > uncheck "Hidden". You can then go back and access the file as you normally would.
OR if you have a PC, use windows explorer & go to the Media Card folder where you hid the folder, in the Tools Menu- Folder Options- View tab- select "show hidden files and folders".
You folder will be visible (in windows) but slightly transparent.
Right-click the folder, select Properties.. uncheck the 'hidden' checkbox and click 'Apply'
connect to wifi using my blackberry curve 85201. Click icon Manage Connection 2. Check/click on Wi-Fi ON 3. Scroll down and see “Set Up Wi-Fi Network”, click Next 4. And now click Scan For Networks. On this step BlackBerry will scan all of the Wi-Fi around you. Find the Wi-Fi that you want it and save if needed. 5. If you know the SSID network, you can Manually Add Network. And now click theBlackBerry menu and click Connect. 6. If you ask for password, fill it. Usually in free Wi-Fi hotspot there’s no password needed. 7. The next step is fill the name for the Wi-Fi connection to save on Wi-Fi profie or you can just click to Connect. Click Next to continue.. 8. The Menu will be back to Manage Connection. Check the Wi-Fi Options to set the UP address is it using DHCP (on BlackBerry it will said “Automatically obtain IP address and DNS”) or using static IP address. If using DHCP you can browsing to Internet but you must change the setting at the browser on the Main Menu -> Options -> Advance Options -> Browser. Change the default browser configuration with the HotspotBrowser. Good luck to surf on the net! 9. But if it’s need manually fill the IP address. You can go to Wi-Fi Options, Hightlight Wi-Fi profile which you already save previously, click the BlackBerry Menu, Edit, Highlight the text “Automatically obtain IP Address and DNS”, click BlackBerry Menu, Change Option, fill the IP one by one (default is 0.0.0.0). And click Save. And don’t forget to change the browser by follow the step on number 8. Happy surfing on the internet using Blackberry!! But do not forget turn-off the Wi-Fi to save the battery lifetime.
To reset the device back to default settings, and remove all previous data: 1. Go to the main applications view. 2. Choose Options (it's the little crescent wrench icon) and select it. 3. Scroll down to Security Options and click the trackball. 4. Highlight General Settings and click the trackball. 5. Now just click the menu button and select Wipe Handheld. 6. Click Continue, and enter BlackBerry when prompted.
To block calls on your Curve: 1)In the phone, press the Menu key 2)Click Options 3)Click Call Barring 4)Highlight the call blocking option you want 5)Press the Menu key 6)Click Enable 7)Type your call blocking password. To stop blocking calls, highlight a call blocking option, click the Menu key and select Disable. Please note that call blocking is not associated with your device, but instead with your carrier and your SIM. You will need to contact your service provider to purchase/enable call blocking – they will provide you with a password for the set-up listed above (which, by the way, I lifted directly from my Curve – must give credit where it is due!). Hope this helps!
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘device memory/home/user/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
If the voice note is stored on the media card:
Go into the Media icon. Hit the BlackBerry® (menu) button and select ‘Explore’. Select‘Media Card/BlackBerry®/voice notes’. Highlight the voice note and hit the menu button. Select‘Copy’. Hit ‘Up’ twice. Highlight the ringtones folder. Hit the menu button and click on ‘Copy Into’.
Now the voice note will be available as a ringtone and can be assigned to a specific individual.