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Everything you see under My Files is the same thing you see when you connect your phone to the computer and view it as an external drive. There are some folders that are there that you don't want to mess with, as I mentioned before. When I connect my phone to the computer I get removeable drive E and removeable drive F. E is where all the app folders are located, plus any .zip files that I have for different kernels and fixes that I have downloaded. It's probably not a good idea to organize E beyond what Android OS has already done. However, drive F is where all of my photos and media are stored. I created folders (using the computer) for all my different media files - photos, music, work, etc. If you have all of your media files dumped on drive E or F without any folders, you can create folders for each type file you want organized - just do it through the computer and move the files into the folders that way. I would recommend moving all of your personal files to the external card (in my case, drive F) just in case something happens to your phone, then all you have to do is pop out your external card and put it in a replacement phone (or new model).