1. AC Question's Avatar
    Hi,
    I am trying to move my pictures from the internal memory to an SD card that I have installed, I am using myfiles, after I have selected the directory to move, the only option I have on screen is delete, no option for moving the selected (ticked) directory to a different location, ie the SD card.
    The card is writable, as I have changed the default location where the camera saves the new images taken, and I have also formatted the SD card in the phone, Do I have to enable something first or has this been disabled in the os. I have all the latest updates applied.
    I want to move a directory at a time, this seems to be not an option...
    07-02-2017 09:10 AM
  2. PJRed2008's Avatar
    Welcome to the forums. First thing I would do is find a single file, a photo maybe, and try to copy or move it. If okay then it means MyFiles recognizes the card okay. I would strongly suggest that instead of moving the folders you first copy them. Once you're sure they copied okay, then delete the source files. The reason for that is I see many posts from users trying to recover files that were lost during a move. Also, keep in mind SD cards do fail fairly often, I would make a backup of all the files before moving off the phone.

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    07-02-2017 09:27 AM

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