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Deleting based on File Extension: You may install Terminal Emulator from Play Store. Open it and enter the commands. find $EXTERNAL_STORAGE $SECONDARY_STORAGE -iname "*.jpg" -exec rm {} \; You may replace *jpg with *png , *jpeg , or other extensions involving picture formats.


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On my phone, running CyanogenMod 12.1, I wasn't asked where to put the file or what to name it. It automatically went to the Downloads folder. In there, it had a cryptic file name: cid:262. I just renamed it to whatever I wanted + .jpg.


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Have you tried to clear some unused apps and checked for available space in the internal memory? Take out your SD card if you have it, and try to install again. Give us more details from your phone so we can help.


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recovery of deleted contents stored in the internal storage is difficult at the best of times and darn near impossible the rest. The issue lies in how you access the storage medium without root is impossible to my knowledge to access the storage space as a raw partition for use with data recovery tools. As with all recovery the more you use the device the ...


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Connect your device as MTP not PTP Install and use Android File Transfer. Now you can see the file hierarchy on your Android device. (Not just images - all files). At least for Nexus devices. Haven't tried on Samsung. (FYI iPhotos has been discontinued as of 4/2015)


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Quoting from my commnets, Well, As I already pointed you can use your preinstaled Google Drive or Goolge Plus app for backing up your photos. Or you can use other cloud photo backup apps from the Play Store like G Cloud Backup, CM Backup or Dropbox etc. Also look for other cloud photo backup apps in google play store. Later you can do the sorting ...


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You can use Android File Transfer to browse your device in MTP mode. All pictures are normally saved in Phone/Camera/DCIM/ or SDCARD/Camera/DCIM/, by date. You can drag and drop the files to your mac. It essentially works like a Finder window. This way only the files you choose are transferred and at MTP speeds instead of PTP. As for PTP not working, I'm ...


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The SD card was dying. It stopped writing completely shortly afterwards a new card was the only solution.



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