I would like to have a different folder on my iPhone for photos that I use like a photo album.Â I don't want to have them all in my regular folder and don't want to have to wait for iPhoto to list them out every time I plug in the phone.Â
I just got a S6 Edge. In the app drawer there are four folders (Google, Verizon, Samsung, Tools and Amazon) with apps in them. I would like to delete one of those folders and put the apps individually into the app drawer. It won't let me do this. I can move apps from the app drawer to the home pages but not the other way around. Is there a way to do this?
My question has nothing to do with a hardware issue. In itunes I have about 300 or so ringtones in the MUSIC folder. How I did that is beyond me. I would be grateful if someone could tell me how to move them all to the TONES folder where they belong.
I downloaded a browser app onto my Galaxy S5. I didn't like it. when I uninstalled it, my almost 500 pictures on my phone were wiped out. Slowly the pics started downloading back onto my phone. But it put them in Facebook synced. I never wanted them there at all. How do I get them off Facebook and back to Gallery on my phone?
Is there a way to move installed apps to the internal 12gb of storage? If I go to manage the app and click "move to sd card" I get an error saying there isn't enough space. I don't have an external sd card in the phone, so this may be why. The problem is I don't want the apps going to an external card, I want to use up the internal storage.
On my nexus s, the button said "move to usb" instead of "move to sd"...
don't say things like, 'why do you need more than 2gb for apps' or 'buy an sd card'.
I'm a new user to Samsung S2 and also new to this forum. Apologies in advance if this question is somewhere else, but I have spent the last hour/so looking and can't find an answer.... the questions is ...My email with ntl on my S2 is set up ok but I can't find how to tell it to keep the SENT emails. I know there's a setting somewhere where you have to tick the box, I read that on this forum, but I can't find that forum question again or I would have asked there.
I have a Samsung Galaxy S5/ Android 5.0/knox v 2.3
While adjusting my settings in Knox I switched to folder view, which has completely changed the knox environment. The main thing I now find is I can no longer toggle in and out of the knox container using the notifications area that you swipe down from the top of the screen, unless there is a specific notification, ie a new email.
The option within the Knox settings that I used to switch to folder view is no longer visible - the settings seem to have changed ( and more to the point, I can't remember the exact option) so I can't switch back.
Is there any easy fix to either add a toggle into the notifications area to enter/leave the knox container, or preferably to switch back from the folder view organisational structure to the standard environment that I assume is there by default?
I got a brand new Samsung Galaxy S5 a week ago. Well I have that little problem with it that whenever I download a pic from for example Google or Hangouts I don't have the -Downloads- folder in my gallery. They do not show up anywhere except if I go to "My files - internal memory - downloads" but nowhere in the gallery. In the gallery I chose the option to show every pic which is saved to the device but they don't show up only camera photos, screenshots. Nothing else.
I am attempting to install a language to my SGS2 but before doing that must ascertain if my ROM is "deodexed" so need to locate a system file called framework. How do I find and access the system folder? navigated the phone via PC but wasn't able to find where the system directory is located.
Galaxy SII will not find pictures in the DCIM/Camera folder on the SD card after I have had the phone hooked up to USB. It will find all the other pictures on the phone. They are still on the phone just cannot be seen by any of the programs on the phone.
I can't take photo's off my SGS II anymore. I used to be able to take them off by going to my computer -> phone -> dcim -> camera But when I click the Camera folder, it seems like the phone automatically reconnects to the PC so all the windows close. Using "Samsung choose"
When I take a picture it automatically goes into the Camera Roll folder. How do I move a picture from "camera roll" to "another folder" using the phone? Up to now I've had to download the picture to my computer and then use Windows Explorer to move it. I'm sure it must be able to be done on the phone itself.
I notice a new type of storage is introduced called USB Storage. I expect this is the equivalent of the internal SD card of the old SGS. Now when I click on the "Move to SD" button on any of the apps, I get the message "Failed to move application: Not enough memory"
My USB storage currently has 11.42GB. So can onyone shed light as to where I am going wrong here?
And what is the logic of Samsung changing internal SD storage into USB Storage?
When i got my Galaxy S2, i had no problems adding photos to people in my contact list, but just recently, every time i search for that contact to add a new photo or update it, regardless of whether the contact already has a photo or not, it comes up with "Contact not found"??
These are the steps i am using (in case there is another way):
* Open photo from Gallery * Touch Phone Menu (Comes up with Share Via, Set as and More along bottom) * "Set as" * Choose Contact photo * Type name into "Find contacts" * Immediately comes up with "Not found"
Since I upgraded to ICS when I take a photo it will not save to the gallery. The photo is captured but when I touch the picture it displays the message ï¿½No itemsï¿½. I have tried switching between saving photos to the Phone and Memory Card to no avail. My Picture Gallery, just shows the pictures from my Google+ account and Drop Box not those Iï¿½ve taken. I am on Three in the UK with the latest firmware version: