1. AC Question's Avatar
    My phone says it is too full for me to look at photos others send to me, take new photos, and at one time it was too full to receive text messages. I have tried the typical route to save them to my google drive (go into my Gallery, select up to 100 photos at a time, then choose to upload to my Google drive), but despite me spending hours doing that, when I go to my Google drive the photos are not there, and when I click on my Gallery on my phone, I can't even view my photos anymore, so I can't tell it to upload so that I can then delete them from my phone. I have tried restarting my phone several times, before when I could see my Gallery photos I was able to upload some to my Google drive and deleted hundreds off my phone after that, but now I'm stuck. I know what I need to do, but I don't seem to be able to do it. Please help!
    08-29-2015 07:48 PM
  2. nahoku's Avatar
    One of the most seen problems on this forum is that posters don't believe they need to tell people what kind of phone/device they have. Android devices are NOT all the same, so you have to be more informative in your posts so someone can attempt to help you.

    What kind of phone do you have?
    Does it have a SD card?
    Does it have a file browser that can transfer files from internal memory to the SD card (if SD is present)
    What OS is your computer running?
    Have you downloaded and installed any required drivers that your computer might need for it to communicate with your phone?
    08-29-2015 08:03 PM

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