Hey guys. I am trying to figure out how the organize my own folders in the stock Gallery app on the phone, so that I can have "Italy Trip" and "People" and "Funny" folders, for example, and I can put photos (JPEGs) into these folders by mounting my phone's SD card on my Mac, and then copying/moving/deleting photos in these folders. I do not want to have my photos stored on my phone's internal flash memory, just on the SD card. Then when I launch the "Gallery" app on my phone, I want it to show my albums, and I can tap on one and view the pictures, etc. Hopefully this is not an unusual use case, but I can't for the life of me figure it out.
Here's what I've tried.
* Plug HTC DINC2 into Mac
* Select "Disk Drive - Mount as disk drive" Connection Type
* Mac shows exactly one new volume called NONAME, which is the root directory of my SD Card
* I observe that pictures and videos I take with the phone are stored in /DCIM/100MEDIA/ on this volume
* (I am not sure why i don't see a second volume that is the root directory of my phone's internal flash, but whatever)
Ok great! So I create some test folders, stash some test images therein, and then disconnect the volume:
And when I launch Gallery, what do I see? The same old stuff
Then at the bottom are some icons for annoying web 2.0 crap that I never use, like Facebook, Flickr, and "Connect...". The menu has some crapware (VCAST Videos?) and an option to show/hide the four albums listed above.
Soo.. what's the secret here? Is there a better Gallery app that 'just works' (and doesn't have crapware and web 2.0 crap), or am I doing something wrong?