Support '100Media' folder not showing in computer? Where are my pictures?

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  1. VGPOP

    VGPOP Well-Known Member
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    I just took some pictures with my g/f's incredible and I could not find the 100media folder when I try to take pictures from the computer.

    I mount it on the disk drive, went to DCIM folder, and I only can find .thumnails folder, and Camera folder.

    When I clicked on Camera folder, it's empty.

    When I try with my EVO, 100media folder shows with no issues and I can find my pictures with no issues.

    Anyone with the same problems?

    Where are the pictures you take with the Incredible?

    Where do they get stored?
     

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  2. NoNoBadDog

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    Unless you go into the camera setup and tell it to store the pictures on an SD card, the photos are stored in the cameras internal memory.
     
  3. VGPOP

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    how do I do that? In the photos settings, there is no option to move pictures to SD card?

    How do I access contents in internal memory in the computer?
     
  4. VGPOP

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    Never mind. I found it. Thanks!!
     
  5. woop

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    For anyone else that may want to know (assuming it was indeed on your internal), it'd be under your emmc directory
     
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  6. VGPOP

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    Wait a second. What I found is how to change settings in camera from phone storage to storage card. But I cannot find this "emmc" directory for contents in internal memory.
     
  7. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)
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    Did you change that setting after you took the pictures? Those pictures should be within the emmc directory. Are you mounting both drives (internal and microSD)?
     
  8. VGPOP

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    When you connect to PC, it gives you only one option.

    Charge Only
    HTC Sync
    Disk Drive (<--This is the one I am using)
    Mobile Broadband Connect

    What do you mean both internal and MicroSD?


    UPDATE:
    I just found it. When I connect phone, my computer finds two drives "F" and "G".

    I was only looking at the "F" contents

    I just looked at "G" drive contects and the DCIM is there. When I click on it, I found the 100media folder and what do you know. There are the pictures from the internal memory.
     
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  9. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)
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    When you plug in your cable, it should bring up two partitions, one being the internal and the other being the microSD card.
     
  10. VGPOP

    VGPOP Well-Known Member
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    Yep. Thanks for the help. Perhaps someone in the future might find this thread useful.

    Thanks for all the help.
     
  11. woop

    woop novacane (OFWGKTA)
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    No prob. Glad you found your pictures.
     
  12. Winfield

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    I am still having this problem and I cannot locate the DCIM folder. I'm not sure what to do... help! Thanks.
     
  13. Winfield

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    And I also should have noted that when I hook it up to my PC, I only see the internal - not the SD.

    Thanks!
     
  14. Winfield

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    Now I've located the photos in astro, in the emmc/dcim/100media, and so the 100 media folder is showing up on my computer, but when I open it, the photos aren't there...
     
  15. sabrewings

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    They're either there or on the SD card. Those are the only places it stores camera shots.
     

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