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    Probably anothoer newbie question, but tonight for the first time I tried to download a picture from my email. It gave me the option to put it in the folder of my choice. Listed were the 3 folders in the "Pictures & Videos" app and then there was an option "DCIM". What is DCIM? That folder does not exist in the Pictures & Videos app.
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    DCIM is the default folder where movies and photos you take are stored (on your SD card, you are using one?)
    Are you sure that withing that folder are not the album's folders??

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    Anybody know what DCIM stands for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpc View Post
    Anybody know what DCIM stands for?
    in a time when nearly every information can be found using google, i wonder how someone can ask such a question
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmg_P1OS21 View Post
    DCIM is the default folder where movies and photos you take are stored (on your SD card, you are using one?)
    Are you sure that withing that folder are not the album's folders??

    HTH
    No, I don't have a SD card in my Treo at the moment. But DCIM was still an option on the list of folders to save the pictures to.

    The list in the popup looked like this:

    DCIM
    Family
    Palm
    Wallpaper
    New Folder....

    The Family and Wallpaper folders are folders that I created in the Pictures & Videos app. The Palm folder is the one that was there by default.
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    http://acronyms.thefreedictionary.com/DCIM

    I'm betting it's the first entry... and, yes, you're going to have to go read it. :-D

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