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Old May 4th, 2010, 08:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have read the whole manual..........I have played w/ my phone for over an hour...........How do I create a new photo album so I can sort my 'all pics'
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I was not able to find that info as well. I created new folder with apps like Astro/Linda and copied pics to them. when i look them up under photos shows into diffrent albums now!
I hope that answers your question.
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You need Astro file manager or something similar from the market. With it you can create folders and move pics and other files around. Pics taken with the phones camera will be in the folder DCIM.
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This is driving me nuts too ...

I have Astro. Where do I place the new album folders?
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When in Astro looking at all your folders, hit the menu button, it should have an option for new folder. Pull your camera pics out of the DCIM folder and put them in the new polder.
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or just connect to pc and make new folders there, I have many diff folders for pics and they all show up in phone gallery fine
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or just connect to pc and make new folders there, I have many diff folders for pics and they all show up in phone gallery fine
Could you give a few more details on this method, please and thank you. After I plug into my PC what is my next step?
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When in Astro looking at all your folders, hit the menu button, it should have an option for new folder. Pull your camera pics out of the DCIM folder and put them in the new polder.
so I place the new folder at DCIM/New Folder? ... example ...
DCIM/Family photos
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Could you give a few more details on this method, please and thank you. After I plug into my PC what is my next step?
open the phone storage and just create a new folder there
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i can't find a way to move downloaded pics from my SD card to my internal storage and get them to show up.

i can move them from internal storage to SD card but not vice versa
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also, can you create albums on your internal storage as opposed to only creating them on the SD card?
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FYI ...

Using Astro, photos are stored in the following location:
/emmc/DCIM/100MEDIA/

I was not able to get my Incredibles internal memory to recognize new Albums by creating folders. I tried making them in DCIM folder, then in the 100MEDIA folder. The phone always groups all my folders together and shows them in two default albums ... "'Camera shots' and 'All photos'.

Though, it does seem to see folder (albums) on the SD card. I have a app called Beer which places pictures of beers on the SD card root in a 'Beer' folder. And I see that under the Photo app as SD card>Beer (album name). Though, Astro will not allow me to move folders from the internal memory to the SDcard. I guess I will have to use my PC to move them =(
Too bad I left my USB cable at home.
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if you hook your phone up to your pc, can you create new albums on the internal memory or is that still a no-go?
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Here you go guys. This page has easy to follow instructions.

Droid: Create Photo Album Folders In Gallery From the Handheld
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I have finally figured this one out. You *can* create a new photo album with Astro on the SD card. I have *not* figured out how to do this on the HTC Incredible itself with Astro, but I have using a PC.

Album names on the SD card must be in the ROOT DIRECTORY of the SD card.

That is: f:\album_name where f is your drive letter for the SD card when the Incredible is attached to the PC in drive mode. (There's no reason this wouldn't work on a Mac either).

I also know that when in drive mode, you can make a new folder in the "root directory" of whatever drive your Incredible is called and that will show up in photos as an album on your phone, but I cannot figure out how to navigate to it via Astro when disconnected.

Disregard all the other messages (or weblinks) talking about putting the folders in \DCIM\100Media or \Camera. The Incredible won't see 'em there.

It *will* see the images, whereever you have them stored, but it won't understand your album hierarchy unless you store the images in directories as I have described above.

Maybe somebody can write a better app, but that's what we've got right now.

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Default Solution for New Album on Phone

After a little exploring, I've discovered that when the Incredible is attached to the PC in drive mode, what appears to be the root directory is in fact the directory \emmc.

So, if you use Astro to navigate to the root directory structure of the Incredible, navigate to that directory and if you create a new directory in that directory, the Photos app will interpret that as an album name (if there are photos in it).

Don't know why this isn't documented anywhere, but there you go.

To recap:

Photo album on phone: Create directory for album in \emmc
Photo album on SD: Create directory for album in root directory of card

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You sure the internal memory setting works? I created /emmc/Family but alll my pics just show up in the "All Photos" folder. I moved them to the root of SD and the Family folder popped up. Would love to move these to the internal though so I can free up some SD card space.
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Default Uh, no, actually I'm not.

Interesting. When I created an album by creating a directory on the phone while attached to a PC, that's where it put it, in the \emmc directory. I could then manipulate it (rename) and add photos to it, and even delete it using Astro.

When I tried to create the directory there using Astro, it didn't work.

Go figure.

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That is interesting. I'll plug in later today and see if that solves it. Strange how it would work from one source but not the other.
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After a couple of attempts I got my albums set up with Astro help.
I did not like the idea of having different folders on the root of SD so I created only one album (Say My Pics) and inside that one multiple ones (say Friends, Family) and they all are shown on my albums.
Hope that helps.
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I just moved my folders from the phone root back to DCIM, then connected to the pc and moved them into a new folder back on the root. They now show up in a folder under Phone Storage. Not happy with this system though to be honest. I'll have to do some testing tomorrow to see what I can come up with.

Good to know you can do subfolders on the SD card Eclipse, but I'd really like to keep these on the phone.
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As the OP on this thread, I am still working on this issue.
I don't understand the photo display.
does the 'line' delineate between phone and SD?
I have my camera set to save pics on SD, but I am not sure it does.....and when the pics are taken they end up above the 'line' on photo display in 'camera shots' or something like that and I can't move them.
I have NOT given up.
but this is the only challenge on my new phone I have not mastered.
Thanks for all this input.
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Default Not quite

When I *had* set up albums on both the Incredible and the SD card, there appeared two "lines". That is to say, the first listing of photos appeared as:

<all>
line
<phone album(s)>
line
<SD card albums>

If I knew how to do screenshots, I'd post it.

As to Topshelf's observation, are you saying that if you create one "album" directory and put all the other albums into that album, you will be able to drill down to a listing of those albums? That was the impression I got from the manual, but I haven't actually been able to test that.
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This thread is more confusing than it needs to be. Here's simple steps....

  • Navigate to /sdcard (not emmc as someone above mentioned), in Astro File Manager this is the Home/Default directory when you first fire it up unless you changed it in preferences.
  • Create a new directory and name it Pics/MyPics/Albums whatever you want.
  • Click/Navigate into your newly created albums directory.
  • Create sub directories and name them whatever you wish (Work/Friends/Vacation/BBQ)
  • Move your pics into these new folders.

Now all your albums should show up in your photos app. In the photos/gallery empty directories will not show up unless there are pics in them, so you won't see an album with 0 pics in it.
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Right. That all makes sense. Now how do I do the same thing on the internal storage instead? That's where we're having issues.
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I've made folders and added pics to the sd card while i had it in my computer but the photo app won't recognize the folders but see the pics and puts them in both the stock folders........

Why can't the phone recognize the folders??????

I'm fairly tech. savvy but can't figure this photo app file structure for the life of me!!!!!

Is there a photo/camera app that asks where and what folder I want camera pics to be saved too?


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I've made folders and added pics to the sd card while i had it in my computer but the photo app won't recognize the folders but see the pics and puts them in both the stock folders........

Why can't the phone recognize the folders??????

I'm fairly tech. savvy but can't figure this photo app file structure for the life of me!!!!!

Is there a photo/camera app that asks where and what folder I want camera pics to be saved too?


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OK, new wrinkle here for me. I was just showing off my phone to a buddy, went into the photo app and ALL my photos were gone! 248 to be exact, and 53 of those were camera shots that I need for work and can't take again. Thank God I copied those to my laptop when I got home the other day, so no major damage done. But WTF? Looking through Astro it appears as though everything on the internal storage has been wiped clean. There's not a folder or file to be found. Hope this doesn't cause any issues.

Edit: OK, no idea what's going on, but I just connected to my pc and all files were there. Disconnected and everything is back to normal. Hope this isn't a regular occurrence.
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I've made folders and added pics to the sd card while i had it in my computer but the photo app won't recognize the folders but see the pics and puts them in both the stock folders........

Why can't the phone recognize the folders??????

I'm fairly tech. savvy but can't figure this photo app file structure for the life of me!!!!!

Is there a photo/camera app that asks where and what folder I want camera pics to be saved too?


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Odd. Like DenverRalphy I just created a "Photos" folder on the root of SD while connected to my pc. Then I created 3 test folders with a few pics in each. After disconnecting, I checked the Photos App and it was working correctly. I then used Astro to create a few more and they also appear to be working. That part should be simple. Wonder if I'm just going to have to deal with SD card usage for now. So then what the heck are we supposed to do with the internal storage?
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Topshelf, wondering whether you inadvertently either unmounted your SD card, or tried to access the SD card on the Incredible when still in drive mode, connected to the PC (or the Incredible somehow didn't clear connected mode).

In any event, hopefully it's a fluke.

I still think you can "create" albums on the phone while connected in drive mode, then use Astro, whether connected or not, to move files to those albums (which will be in \emmc) and keep storage on the phone, as you apparently prefer.

Incidentally, I have a 16g SD card --- I have no desire to put stuff on the phone if I don't need to.
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Yeah, I really don't know if it was something I did since I've had this phone plugged/unplugged about 1000 times playing with settings. lol Luckily no damage was done, so I'll just keep an eye on things.

As far as creating a folder structure on the internal storage, I've finally found out what's going on. You can definitely create a master folder with a subfolder structure like I was going for. What I found out though is that the HTC Photo App does not "refresh" it's view of the system, so it just takes a quick nudge. What I've done is create a Photos folder on the internal storage drive while connected to my laptop and moved some photos in there. I then created a subfolder with pictures, unmounted the phone and it was showing the subfolder structure as hgoldner mentioned. Problem was that whenever I tried doing anything from Astro things never seemed to work. Well it appears that you need to simply connect the Inc to your pc in drive mode for the changes to update to the Photo App. Connect, wait, disconnect, and everything is now organized as you want. I simple refresh option in the app would be ideal, but this is easy enough, so it looks like I can now store all my pics there which frees up my sd card for mp3's and movies.
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I am using a Sprint HTC Hero version 1.5 and I synced my phone to my PC (windows xp home edition service pack 3) and I simply opened the DCIM folder. Then I opened 100MEDIA, made a new folder and gave it my desired album name. I then right clicked and cut, hit back to the first page where it shows all the folders like DCIM, .footprints, .mail, etc. and I right-clicked and pasted. This new folder(album) will show up once you unmount and open up Albums application and it'll show up with the name you gave it. Hope this helps!!
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Can't believe you can't get the app to update without plugging and unplugging from the computer. I tried force stopping and clearing app data, but no luck. Guess that is the only way to do it. Dumb.

Update: I rebooted the phone and it found them. However, it did not make a new album after I created a new directory and added some shots.

Should this be such a project? Shouldn't albums be something done natively in the app?
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Yeah, I really don't know if it was something I did since I've had this phone plugged/unplugged about 1000 times playing with settings. lol Luckily no damage was done, so I'll just keep an eye on things.

As far as creating a folder structure on the internal storage, I've finally found out what's going on. You can definitely create a master folder with a subfolder structure like I was going for. What I found out though is that the HTC Photo App does not "refresh" it's view of the system, so it just takes a quick nudge. What I've done is create a Photos folder on the internal storage drive while connected to my laptop and moved some photos in there. I then created a subfolder with pictures, unmounted the phone and it was showing the subfolder structure as hgoldner mentioned. Problem was that whenever I tried doing anything from Astro things never seemed to work. Well it appears that you need to simply connect the Inc to your pc in drive mode for the changes to update to the Photo App. Connect, wait, disconnect, and everything is now organized as you want. I simple refresh option in the app would be ideal, but this is easy enough, so it looks like I can now store all my pics there which frees up my sd card for mp3's and movies.

This is not working for me. I've tried several times. The folder I created, with pictures in it, on internal storage does not show up in the albums view or "phone storage".
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What i have found is that you must put at least 1 photo into your new directory (created on the root of the SD card when using a PC) otherwise the album does not appear in the photo app. the folder is there in Astro, but it doesn't want to show up under the Albums portion. AND if you created the directory in Astro, and even put a photo in the folder (directory) it will not appear until you plug your phone into the PC. For some reason this then allows the new directory to appear. Really bizarre and NOT very user friendly.
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or just connect to pc and make new folders there, I have many diff folders for pics and they all show up in phone gallery fine
Google needs to add the option to create new albums directly on your phone or tablet. Apple has this feature in iOS since version 5, it might work great but you still have the ability to do it. Having to constantly go to your PC is time consuming and tedious.
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Google needs to add the option to create new albums directly on your phone or tablet. Apple has this feature in iOS since version 5, it might work great but you still have the ability to do it. Having to constantly go to your PC is time consuming and tedious.

You can create folders with any file manager app...
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