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Old March 7th, 2012, 01:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Moving music,pics and apps to sd card

I have just bought a sd card for my Galaxy S. I have just moved my apps over from my phone memory to the card now all my pictures have disappeared . They don't seem to be on my phone or the sd card. It seems like they have been disappeared. Is there something I'm missing? Is there a file were they have moved to? Also before I do I wanted to check how to move the music to the sd card too without losing it. I've gone onto my music files and there doesn't seem an option to move the music that way so how would I move these safely. Don't really want to move the music over and lose it all.

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Can anyone give me some tips on this subject please?
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The easiest way is to connect the phone to your PC in mass storage mode and use Windows Explorer to copy and paste the respective folders over to your SD card. Once your satisfied that they have copied successfuly, you can then delete the original files from your phone.

To get your pictures to appear in the gallery, they need to be in a folder called "DCIM". If that folder doesn't exist on your SD card then just create one and move your pictures into it.

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thanks for the advise, I have already moved my apps over to the sd card. In the process of this for some reason the photos disappeared so think they my have been deleted in the process. Must have done something and made a boo boo..lol
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problem with the bluetooth of my samsung galaxy s anycall...when im trying to turn on the bluetooth,, force cloe always come up...what should i do?i can send to other device by bluetooth but i cant receive.
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problem with the bluetooth of my samsung galaxy s anycall...when im trying to turn on the bluetooth,, force cloe always come up...what should i do?i can send to other device by bluetooth but i cant receive.
All you need to do is delete the data under Applications -> Manage Applications -> All -> OPP -> Clear data
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