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I want to remove a bunch of images and it is extremely slow in Android. I want to edit things directly in Desktop, maybe such services with something like Google Picasa (?). In other words, how can I edit my images on the memory card of the Android device on Desktop?

The Desktop and the Android are linked with the same Google account.

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You can do this via WiFi, using a remote management app like e.g. AirDroid or, when on Windows, MyPhoneExplorer. There are a lot more apps like this, and they give you the added benefit of being able to manage a lot of other things remotely -- as e.g. reading/writing SMS, managing apps/contacts/ringtones, copying files between your device and your computer, and sometimes even backup stuff.

Most of them (like the mentioned AirDroid1) start a web service on your device, which you then can access with your browser. This often looks like a "virtual PC" (see screenshot below). Others (like here MyPhoneExplorer2) have a native PC-Client, which can even do more (like here: synchronizing with Outlook and others).

AirDroid

AirDroid managing pictures

MyPhoneExplorer

MyPhoneExplorer Windows Client

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+1 AirDroid is freaking cool! –  hhh Sep 2 '12 at 14:23
    
can you tell me Py phone Explorer is developed in which Technology ? –  Rahul Gupta Jul 14 at 10:43
    
@RahulGupta No. I don't use Windows, so I neither use this app. Apart from that, this is a completely different question, and not quite fitting on this site; better check their home page for details, or contact their developers. –  Izzy Jul 14 at 10:52
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