Little Help

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  1. Nick177th

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    I have a question more than a problem. After the 2.1 update, the new photo gallery rearranged everything. I don't have a folder just for videos anymore. They are scattered about in my "pictures" folder. Can you make a folder and put your videos in it? The reason I'm asking is I tried waaaaaay back to make subfolders in my music folder. However, the device wouldn't recognize them. Any help would be greatly appreciated it.
     
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    Try connecting to your pc, create a folder in media named videos, movies, whatever... Drag and drop and unmount...
     
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    Thanks JM. Will give it a try.
     
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    JM don't have a folder named "media".
     
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    No problem!

    You can also buy Act1 video player and it puts all your movies and videos in a list view for quick playing...
     
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    Soory, It's DCIM
     
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    JM, I just added a folder to the SD card root and the gallery recognized it. Thanks for your help.
     
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