Moving pics to SD card

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    I need to move my pics from my phone storage to my SD card but I can't find options to do it. I have changed it in the options menu but that doesn't take care of the ones already taken.

    from the darkside of the moon
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    You need to hook up to a pc. look for jpeg images in internal storage drive and move them to the DCIM folder in the other drive (SD drive). You can create a pic folder while in the pc as well.
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    The pics aren't automatically saved on the SD card?
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    No. The factory set up saves the pics on internal phone memory. You have to change settings in the camera menu to have pics and vids saved to the sd card.
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    Where is that setting?
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    Mine are on my sd. I thought the camera wouldn't work unless you had an sd.

    Sent from my Liberated DROID2
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    Open camera.
    press menu.
    the last icon on the left is for settings. Press it.
    Click storage.
    you will see storage card and phone storage. My Dinc bought in 9/10 and the replacement I received yesterday were both set to internal storage.:)
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    OK, now I feel dumb. Do you have the dinc2? When I go to the camera, I pull up the settings and I do not see anywhere for storage?
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    I have an Incredible.
    Read along with me...

    Press the camera icon.

    down the bottom, press menu.

    On left side of screen you will see some icons. the two gears are "Settings". Press this button.

    5 sections down you will see "Storage". Press this.

    you will now see clickable options for "Storage card" and "Phone storage".

    Storage card= SD card.
    phone storage= internal phone memory.
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    i guess im dumb too because when i click on camera there is an icon at the bottom for what looks like settings, but it only gives me these options:

    image size
    scene mode
    ISO
    White Balance
    Color Effect
    Timer
    Shot Mode
    Image Quality
    Auto Review
    Shutter Sound
    Grid View
    Store Location-just gives off or on

    how the heck do i get to settings for phone storage?
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    I thought all pics have to be saved on the sd. They should be in /dcim

    From my Liberated DROID2 at 1.25ghz
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    Beats me. Apparently your Incredible is differeent than both of my Incredibles.
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    Do you have the Incredible 2?
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    No. Incredible.
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    These are the camera settings on the Incredible 2. I found that the pics do automatically save to the card though, they are in the DCIM/100MEDIA folder. So there is no need for phone storage settings. :)
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    Ah ha! you new 2 users are in the wrong forum!:)

    On the Incredbile the default setting is to save pics and vids in internal phone memory.
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    moving after taken

    the port where my incredible charges broke, all of the pics are stored on the phone. does anyone know/if possible to move the cards to card storage after they were taken without hooking up to a computer??
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    You should be able to transfer your photos without your pc by using a file management app free in play store. Try ES file explorer or File Expert.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR using Droid Forums
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    When all else fails . . . read the manual -ducking-. Truly though, you can access a manual for your phone online free if you didn't save the printed one that came with the phone. It is a pain but all the info you need for the settings for your particular model phone, are most likely in the manual. I say most likely because with OS updates (major or minor), some settings can actually disappear and new ones appear. You also can call your carrier tech support or bring it into their store and have a tech help you for free.
    As a general note: it is easier for DF members to help you if you include your phone model and current OS in your profile. The better detailed the better. Check in your settings for a heading like 'About' where you can find the hardware and software information on your particular phone. You can find the model number (for example, an HTC Droid Incredible is an ADR6300), your OS (my gingerbread is 2.3.4) and even the build number sometimes is helpful. If you put this in your profile on the DF, it will show up on the left below your avatar. You can add it to your signature if you prefer and just make sure the 'show signature' setting is set. You also can add it to the body of each of your posts but it's hard to always remember to do that.
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