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  1. Old Pirate

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    I've come over from a Window's based phone and love the Incredible, but am having a problem with pictures that I can't find an answer to in the manual.

    I simply want to save all the pictures I take with the phone to the SD card so I can transfer the entire file later to dedicated photography software to be cataloged and tweaked.

    I can't find how to set up the system so that every photo goes directly to the SD card by default.
     

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  2. Mahalo

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    When you have your camera open, touch the arrow on the left side of the screen. In there, touch the gears and select Storage then Sorage Card. Then you are all set!
     
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  3. Old Pirate

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    Thanks for your reply, but does that work for the one image or will that set it up to be done by default for everything going forward?
     
  4. jamor

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    Everything going forward, young padawan.
     
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  5. Musky

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    And, if you already have pictures that you've taken that are in the Phone's memory, just connect to your PC via USB and move them wherever you want them.
     
  6. whiteacre

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    The sd card comes up as one drive (K in my case), but the internal memory does not come up as another (used to come up as L but does not now) - ideas?
     
  7. Musky

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    Some people have had to load the SDK drivers to see the internal memory, but I haven't had to. Try going into your phone settings and make sure the "default connection type" is "Disk drive".

    Also go into "software/Development" and be sure to have the "USB debugging" enabled (checked)
     

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