How to crop, resize and set wallpapers on your BlackBerry

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2. Save the picture to your BlackBerry

Moving pictures to your BlackBerry in Windows

The hard part’s over with! As mentioned, you can e-mail the picture to your BlackBerry’s e-mail address, and load up the picture from there. Just open the e-mail, highlight the attached picture, and select Download Attachment from the menu. If you’ve got a batch of pictures that you’d like to switch between, you might want to use the Media Card Mass storage mode in order to drag and drop files right to your BlackBerry. On your device, go to Options > Media Card and make sure Mass Storage Mode Support and Auto Enable Mass Storage Mode When Connected are both set to On. Now just connect your BlackBerry by USB cable, and Windows should detect the media card as a removable drive. Open My Computer, open the Removable Disk and browse to the blackberry/pictures directory, and drop in all of the pictures you can fit.

Roxio Media Manager for BlackBerry

Roxio’s Media Manager which is included with Desktop Manager will let you do the same thing – just plug in via USB, launch Desktop Manager, hit Media, and start the Media Manager. You’ll be able to move around pictures easily between your BlackBerry and hard drive, as Roxio assembles all of your pictures into one window.

  • http://indroo.net/ indroo

    You can resize images or photos without leaving your BlackBerry handheld using small apps called Shrink It from BerryCoder.com. Its freeware.

  • http://indroo.net/ indroo

    You can resize images or photos without leaving your BlackBerry handheld using small apps called Shrink It from BerryCoder.com. Its freeware.

  • http://indroo.net/ indroo

    You can resize images or photos without leaving your BlackBerry handheld using small apps called Shrink It from BerryCoder.com. Its freeware.

  • http://indroo.net/ indroo

    You can resize images or photos without leaving your BlackBerry handheld using small apps called Shrink It from BerryCoder.com. Its freeware.

  • http://indroo.net indroo

    You can resize images or photos without leaving your BlackBerry handheld using small apps called Shrink It from BerryCoder.com. Its freeware.

  • JerryD

    I Highly recommend (FREE!) FastStone Photo Resizer (version 2.6)!
    Get it here:
    http://www.faststone.org/
    Start the application, set a destination directory for your resized pic, you can optionally convert any format to JPG, click the Advanced button to set the resize you want (I do NOT recommend checking the “Smart Crop” option), select the pics you want to resize, and click Convert.

  • JerryD

    I Highly recommend (FREE!) FastStone Photo Resizer (version 2.6)!
    Get it here:
    http://www.faststone.org/
    Start the application, set a destination directory for your resized pic, you can optionally convert any format to JPG, click the Advanced button to set the resize you want (I do NOT recommend checking the “Smart Crop” option), select the pics you want to resize, and click Convert.

  • Nubia

    I want to know how i can crop an image after i take it with the blackberry 8900 camera right from the phone?

  • Nubia

    I want to know how i can crop an image after i take it with the blackberry 8900 camera right from the phone?

  • http://www.jacehall.tv/ Jean

    I still have problems with both programs mentioned…I have to do it on the computer first..seems more effecient that way….Dude, seems like the Blackberry definately has some bugs to work out, but windows mobile is realible…we’ll see how they work it out, by the way i ran
    accross this site the other day and the idea behind it was quite interesting. This website offers a service where you can have 2 phones lines and 2 voicemail feed into one phone.
    Check it out…

    http://www.secondvoice.com

    We’ll see if Blackberry listens to thier clients’ complaints…

  • http://www.jacehall.tv Jean

    I still have problems with both programs mentioned…I have to do it on the computer first..seems more effecient that way….Dude, seems like the Blackberry definately has some bugs to work out, but windows mobile is realible…we’ll see how they work it out, by the way i ran
    accross this site the other day and the idea behind it was quite interesting. This website offers a service where you can have 2 phones lines and 2 voicemail feed into one phone.
    Check it out…

    http://www.secondvoice.com

    We’ll see if Blackberry listens to thier clients’ complaints…