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    Default Automatically Save Pics to SD Card??

    After I received the Jelly Bean updated, my phone was acting weird... so I decided to do a factory reset. Before doing that, I pulled my SD card out to make sure all of the pics were preserved. To my surprise, my pics are all gone.... it appears my phone wasn't automatically savings the pics to the SD card.

    Does anybody know how I can make this happen? Also, how do I move content back and forth from the SD card?
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    Quote Originally Posted by E DIDDY View Post
    After I received the Jelly Bean updated, my phone was acting weird... so I decided to do a factory reset. Before doing that, I pulled my SD card out to make sure all of the pics were preserved. To my surprise, my pics are all gone.... it appears my phone wasn't automatically savings the pics to the SD card.

    Does anybody know how I can make this happen? Also, how do I move content back and forth from the SD card?
    Your pics should be on your internal storage card. You need to go into Camera Settings and tell the camera to store all future pics on SD card. You will have to go into the File App and copy and paste your pics from internal storage to SD card, although it might be easier and faster to do it with a PC.
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    I lost mine as well with a factory reset after JB. Even had it set to save to SD as well.

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    Jelly Bean is messing lives up man!

    My GS3 sleeps in the bed and I make my girlfriend sleep on the couch
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    This is probably old news but I recently purchased a DROID Razr M as a last years model sale offered by Verizon running jellybean 4.2.1. When I go into the stock default camera's settings to change the save location of my pics it just says save to sd card (system>sdcard00) with no option to save to the external sd card (system>sdcard01). Does anyone know how to change this? Incidently I have a similar issue with this with Realplayer not finding audio/media files on the external sd card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brihulbert View Post
    This is probably old news but I recently purchased a DROID Razr M as a last years model sale offered by Verizon running jellybean 4.2.1. When I go into the stock default camera's settings to change the save location of my pics it just says save to sd card (system>sdcard00) with no option to save to the external sd card (system>sdcard01). Does anyone know how to change this? Incidently I have a similar issue with this with Realplayer not finding audio/media files on the external sd card.

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    I have the Razr Hd (basically same software), touch the settings wheel in the camera application ; then touch the storage location. You will get an option of SD card or Internal.

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