1. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    Can someone provide a simpler way to move photos.

    I've been working the move via File Manager - but it takes some effort to select the files.

    It would be easier if I did not need to touch/highlight each image.

    Is there a quick way of moving the photos from the Device to the Media Card? Even if there is a way to select groups to move - would make it easier.

    If anyone has some tips - I'm all ears!

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-03-14 11:13 PM
  2. George Cruz's Avatar
    Am sure you can mark so many of the files and move at once to any folder... easy for me on my Z10 but i've never used a Z30 so I don't know about you, however, try these if it works.. open your file manager and get to the files you want to move, tap and hold on a single file until the side bar appears, on the side bar there are options like select, copy,move, properties etc... tap select and the file will be selected you should continue tapping on as many files as you wish and when you're done go to the side bar again and select 'move' or 'copy'... am sure you can take it from there. thanks!

    Posted via CB10
    08-03-14 11:19 PM
  3. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    Thanks for advice.

    Hoping to find a way as to not to tap 834 times. I read the help stuff - just learned in camera settings all future camera images can be saved on my 64 gig media card. It's the earlier photos I'd like to move - without having to plug into my laptop.

    Thanks again.

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-03-14 11:26 PM
  4. George Cruz's Avatar
    That's the much blackberry has to offer for now I think.. not so cool but that's it!

    Posted via CB10
    08-03-14 11:29 PM
  5. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    I think you are correct.

    Moving Photos from Device to Media Card-img_20140804_003009.png

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-03-14 11:31 PM
  6. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    ..... now back to tapping......

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-03-14 11:32 PM
  7. FrankIAm's Avatar
    Can't you copy/paste the whole folder?
    Seriously, I don't know, but you should try it.
    08-03-14 11:41 PM
  8. Qaddafi's Avatar
    I too recommend trying to copy the whole folder and moving it to the SD card. For future reference once your SD card is set up, just plug your BlackBerry to your PC and let Windows explorer manage the files. Much easier.
    08-03-14 11:53 PM
  9. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    Thanks. I did move the folder - but it gets messy when viewing. This said I can clean up using the laptop - as suggested.
    Thanks again BlackBerry community.

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-04-14 12:24 AM
  10. Richard Buckley's Avatar
    BB 10 devices can also share files over Wi-Fi using CIFS (aka windows file sharing). There are two shares. Media is the internal storage, the other is your SDCARD. Mount them both then just cut and paste.

    Posted via CB10
    08-04-14 08:36 AM
  11. BB_makes_it_happen's Avatar
    Nice. Life is getting easier. Thanks for your advice.

    Posted via CBten with the Zthirty.
    08-04-14 07:22 PM

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