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Need help... Blackberry 7520.. how do you upload jpegs


Jan 10, 2005, 10:12 PM
wondering if anyone out there can give me directions on how to upload pics to my new blackberry 7520... thanks BB fans

Feb 10, 2005, 12:10 AM
From what i've heard you need the Black Enterprise Server. It cost about $1500.00?? More or less..

Anyway, Nextel didn't think the sales of the 7520 was going to be so high and didn't consider individual (personal) purchasing of this phone. So, now with such a demand they are looking at the end of this month to have a software that can help you and me to view pics.

The BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server) BlackBerry Enterprise Server software manages the link between your BlackBerry handheld and your Microsoft Exchange or Lotus email. Once the BlackBerry software is installed, you will be sending and receiving e-mail within minutes. (pics,jpeg,tiff,etc;.)

BlackBerry Enterprise Server is optional add-on software that is installed o...

Feb 10, 2005, 8:58 AM
where can i get this software?

Otherwise, you can get other 3rd party sofware like Reqwireless ($34.00 per year) that allows you to view email attachments, pics, tiff, jpegs etc...

Feb 11, 2005, 2:03 PM
Rolling Eyes ok... i am thinking!!!

ok. If I were you, I would put Reqwireless in the browser or in the seach engine. This way, you can find a website or BlackBerry Forum that has it. I don't remember where exactly. Try Rim then, try blackberry.com. I really can't remember where i've seen it. Everyone is talking about it though...

sorry! good luck

Apr 5, 2005, 2:36 PM
Just came across your message (about two months after post) while searching for some software. I never heard the details regarding the "real" way to upload a file, but since I'm a computer nerd I figured out a way to do it.

I host a website for a friends' band. I created a background image I wanted to use. Made it 240x160. uploaded it to the page and then did the blackberry "go to.." command and typed in the url to the pic: http://www.urlname.com/picture.jpg

the browser loaded it and when I pushed in the scroll buttong I got "save image" as an option.

Don't know if you still needed this info.


Oct 5, 2005, 12:01 AM
why don't you email your jpegs or pics as an attachment and email it to your own blackberry. You can save it when you're viewing the email attachment.

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