Quick Question - Gallery on sd card

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  1. cjriddle22

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    Ok, quick question for all those Superusers out there (<---- see what I did there) :)

    I am trying to find all the of the pics in my gallery on my computer, so I can delete them.

    So over the last few months I have installed multiple ROMs and themes. When I open my gallery I have over 1900 images in there, which can be kinda annoying. I cannot seem to locate these files on my sd card. I know that the dcim folder has all of my camera pics, which is ok. I am trying to locate all of these dock, icon, and random background images so I can clean up my gallery.

    Does anyone know what folder the gallery is stored in on the sd card, or is it on my internal memory?

    Sorry for the semi-noob question, but that goose has got me loose!!dancedroid
     
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    Go into your SD card and look for the folder labeled DCIM, this folder contains all the Images in your gallery.
     
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    Also check the folder labeled Downloads on your SD card , if you never specified a folder or created a new one all of your ROMS and such should be in the download folder on the SD card. Hope this helps.
     
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    I could have swore I looked in there before posting this thread.

    Yes there they are. Man you are genius.

    Edit: Please consider this thread closed. Problem Solved.

    BTW, I am running the new Liberty ROM, and it is like Heaven.
     
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