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Deleting pics from a Digix Tab-730

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  1. dglowicki

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    I just received a Digix Tab-730 for my birthday and found out I do not understand how to delete pictures I have taken with it. The only way I have found is to delete the file and if I take multiple pictures, how do I delete one or two without deleting them all? Please help.

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    I dont have your specific device but in general if your using the gallery app you can tap and hold one pic and then a delete menu will pop up.

    just make sure only one pic is highlighted.:)
     
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    Thanks, but that is not working.
     
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    hmm, ok I dont know too many with this device but perhaps this is generic enough of a task others will have other/better suggestions.
     
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    For me, I go into the gallery, hit the menu button and choose "select item" and I can them multiselect. Once I do that a trashcan button shows up and allows me to delete all of the pics I have selected. I'm on stock GNex (pure aosp) so this should be the standard process.

    I hope this helps.:)
     
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    Thanks, I think I finally figured it out. I appreciate it!
     
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    I'm glad you got it sorted. And I missed this earlier, welcome to Android Forums.:)
     

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