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  1. thesearcher-77

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    Just come to upload some images from my PC to my GS2. however i dont seem to be ably to create a folder for my images so they are split out into individual files in the gallery.

    Is this not possible? its a standard function on the I-phone
     

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    resolved this now
     
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    Hi theseacher-77

    I am having the same problem with my s2. Are you able to advise how you resolved this?

    At the moment, I have loads of different folders in my gallery, whereas I just want all my pictures to be in one folder in the gallery.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    I have this too. I have many folders, with photos in it. But after I sync it into my S2, its all saved in one folder, really annoying.

    How do you overcome this?

    I am starting to miss my iphone 4 already.
     
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    you need to go into "My Files"

    DCIM -> Camera.

    select the menu button to give you more options.

    select "Create Folder"

    then you can create your folders.

    Then just copy from PC to folder, and it should replicate what you have in your Gallery icon
     

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