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  1. BenjiBro

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    So I'm at a bit of an odds here. I need to backup my pictures to my phone ASAP because I'm gonna be getting the Note 7 tomorrow. Thing is, I put them in individual folders in the QuickPic app. I can't find it in Windows Explorer or ES File Explorer and I don't know why. Does anyone else know the file location? Thanks!

    Device: Droid Turbo

    Edit: I found the folder; it's called com.alensw.PicFolder for some reason, but the files aren't there. They were in / > storage > emulated > 0 > Pictures

    Silly me. I also had to move my folders via ES File Explorer to the downloads folder back them all up. What a strange jogo
     

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    Can you view those images in quickpic?

    If you can, press on one, then on the right there should be three dots, press that and go on details, it should show their location.
     
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    Good tip IsaacGuti!
     
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    Yes. The misunderstanding is assuming QuickPic puts images in its own folder: it doesn't, it displays them wherever they are on the device. It does show the folder names, but if those are subfolders you'll need to find the full path.
     
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