Sunday, 21 July 2013

How to move a photo to another folder in Android?


Basically, it’s not a photo issue; it’s a file management problem. Thus, you need a file management app.This tutorial is going to help you regarding file management.

The ASTRO File Manager is the suitable free app. It costs $4 if you buy the Pro version but its free app is sufficient. After installing ASTRO from the Play Store, launch it. Just tap the “Camera” Folder. In case, you are not able to see “Camera” folder then tap “DCIM” folder. It contains the “Camera” folder inside. This folder contains all the photos you have taken and moved elsewhere. You can see all the photos as a thumbnail. By tapping and hold the photo, you can move it to another folder.

An orange outline appearing around the thumbnail indicates that you have selected it. Also, two menus will pop-up. For selecting an additional photo, tap it. To select all of them, tap and hold any one of them. On the bottom menu, “Move” option is present. You will also find two more buttons “Cancel” and “Paste.” For now, ignore them.

By navigating ASTRO to the target folder, you can swipe left to right for the Android version of My Computer and list all the storage devices available. Just select the device and tap your desired folder. For creating the new folder, tap the menu icon in the upper-right corner and choose “New Folder.” Going to the right folder, tap “Paste.”

Therefore, follow the above steps and move photo to another folder easily. For more from the XpertCrewTM team, please follow us on Twitter @Techvedic or contact Techvedic’s computer support helpdesk, as per below contact-details:

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