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    where are my photo files

    Can't find my photo file but can see them in Gallery. Tried Astrology file manager and then Windows Explorer when connected to my pc.

    Help



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    Do you have a micro SD card? If so loom for the directory removable/micro SD and then look in there for a folder that your pictures would be in.
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    Were they taken by the TF camera? Try sdcard/DCIM/Camera, or any other DCIM folders.
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    These are photos I copied from my pc. Don't have memory chip. It is like the files are hidden. Looked in all the TC folders

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    Open Gallery and look at any picture and just hit the I in the upper right hand corner of the screen and at the bottom it will give you the path to where the photo is. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickeylittle View Post
    Open Gallery and look at any picture and just hit the I in the upper right hand corner of the screen and at the bottom it will give you the path to where the photo is. :-)
    This trick works for some pictures I copied over today, but the the few hundred I already have on the TC it does not show a path.

    I did a reset recently - could that be part of the problem?

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    If you did a factory reset then the few hundred pictures are gone. What I suggest is that you use the file manager to create picture folders so that you can be more organized when you are copying photos. When I did mine I didn't do this because I copied the folder and all from my computer to my micro SD card and you could do the same thing to your TF. Just know where you are putting them.
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    OK - found that they were sync'ed from Piscasa web and not actually on the TC

    Duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsfloyd View Post
    OK - found that they were sync'ed from Piscasa web and not actually on the TC

    Duh
    Makes sense why you couldn't find those tricky buggers!
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    Lol yeah them being synced instead of on the device could be an issue finding them! I found that when I copy a lot of images over to the actual SDHC some or all of them wouldn't show up. I had to eject the SD and reinsert it for the system to detect them. When putting them on the internal memory I had to reset the device. I think it's an issue with 3.1 but haven't quite determined the cause yet.
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