Samsung :: Moving Pictures To A Memory Card For My Omnia
My internal memory is running very low and I want to get a memory card and move the pictures over to that; how do you do this? Also when I take pictures how can I make sure they automatically go on the memory card and not the phones memory?
View 4 Replies (Posted: May 2, 2009)
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