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Contributor
Posts: 40
Registered: ‎04-24-2013
My Device: z10
My Carrier: t mobile

pictures, question

Is there a way of moving pictures from the camera folder to the picture folder other then conecting the phone to a computer as a device and moving them in that manor. 

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Super Contributor
Posts: 482
Registered: ‎12-02-2009
My Device: Priv, Passport, iPhone 7 Plus
My Carrier: Rogers

Re: pictures, question

No problem.  Open File Manager and go to the Camera folder. Tap and hold the photo you want to move.  (The actions menu will slide out from the right.) Tap "Move", then tap back (< at bottom left) and navigate to the select the Photos folder and tap "Move".  The photo will be moved.

 

If you wish to move more than one photo at the same time, when you tap and hold the first photo you want to move and the actions menu slides out, tap the checkmark icon, then tap all the photos you want to move. Then tap the "Move" and navigate as above.

 

Note that you can also move items other than photos in this way.  You can also move items from the device memory to the mSD card (if you have one inserted), and vice versa.

 

This may sound complicated at first, but its actually easier to do than to explain!  Hope this helps.