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Discussion in 'Droid Incredible Tech Support' started by opengeo, May 2, 2010.
Where are camera pictures stored on the device? I can't find any of the photos I have taken.
Mount your USB to your PC and look in a folder called something like "DCIM" - thats a typical digital camera folder system, and in there should be your photos..
Yeah, remember that from my Droid, but I can't see my camera pictures from this morning in there. Weird.
For better file management I suggest you download Astro File Manager. It will come in handy for other things. It's free in the market
Ahh sorry did't see this was an 'incredible' issue. You can always mount the card and do a search in that directory for "*.jpg" to show all the JPGs...
OK, so I found them. Basically, when I mount, it shows up as 2 hard drives on my computer (internal and sd card from my Droid, I guess). I was able to find my pictures on the internal drive.
I've had Astro for a long time (coming from a Droid). How might that have helped me in this case?
It's still an Android phone and you will still need something (I think) to manage your files. If you had Astro you would find your pictures of course in the media file.
you can change the location in the camera app.. save it to internal or the SD card.. personal pref.
How does one choose whether to save a picture to the phone or the memory card?
go to cam and open up options in there.. theres an arrow to pull out the options.
Thanks for your help. i've got a lot to learn.