Pics On Phone Question

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  1. trackman1

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    I have pics on my phone that I want to transfer to my pic...but when I looked at the folders on the pc connected to my phone I do not see a folder with them it in....the pics on my phone seem to be in a album section.....
    one has camera heading, the othe says pictures...


    please help


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    Nevermind I found them they were in the DCIM folder.....sorry
     
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    I did want to know...if its safe to delete the pics from my phone from the DCIM folder connected to the pc???

    I mean the nexus device that shows up as a harddrive...
    to remove them from there

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    Not sure if I understand exactly what you are asking but if you are connected to the PC, from your windows explorer on your PC, you can delete the pics. I prefer to delete through the PC because it is faster and I can backup my SD card contents that I want to save in the process.

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    Thanks, yes thats what I mean...just wanted to make sure its safe and can be treated as any external Hard drive.....it defiantely is faster to delete pics that way......
     
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    Oh yes, trackman! If you ask me, it is the best and only way to do it. So much more efficient.

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