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Moving Pictures to SD card Galaxy Ace

Started by: twoleftfeet
On: 14/02/2013 | 16:08
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by: twoleftfeet
on: 14/02/2013 | 16:08

Asking on behalf of a friend now, she has pictures in here gallery folder she wants to move the whole lot to her external SD card but cant find a way.

 

She has tried the hold and wait for the option to transfer over this does not work also tried app2sd but that didnt help at all either

 

She would also like to move some music from PC onto phone could she just take SD card out of phone put it into PC and add the music then put back in phone and it would all be accesable on the SD card?

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by: baconbutty
on: 14/02/2013 | 16:09

Try es file manager you can move file to anywhere .

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by: baconbutty
on: 14/02/2013 | 16:11

Also for moving things from the pc I use dropbox no need to connect phone or remove sd card it does it via wireless.

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by: mcilwraith
on: 14/02/2013 | 17:11

isn`t there a usb cable...it would be easy enough then to drag and drop the files either way

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by: paramount7force
on: 14/02/2013 | 18:16
connect the phone to your computer then drag the files from your phone onto your sd card. simples.
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by: blackmack
on: 14/02/2013 | 20:17

To move files from phone memory to SD memory inside your phone, your best bet is to use a file manager. You can get one of those on the Google Play Store. OI File Manager is the one I have.

 

Moving files from your PC to your phone usually involves connecting them physically with a USB lead and treating the phone's SD card as a 'removable disc'. You can, also, use WiFi but that needs another app from the Play Store on your phone plus a corresponding program on the PC.  The phone app for Wifi connection is HERE and the corresponding download you need to install on the PC is HERE.

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by: banguru
on: 14/02/2013 | 20:29
Go to my files then look for the dcim folder then go from there
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