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I found two possible solutions. 1st just search or program an application that sends the pictures and next deletes them. No idea if any exist. 2nd just install and configure an ftp server using filezilla ftp server and get an ftp client for Android and just cut and paste the pictures to the ftp and you are done..


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Download ES File Explorer (the best file explorer no sought) and share the pictures folder on your PC. In es file explorer you just enter man, find your computer and transfer any files you want


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On MSWindows 7, when I connect any USB device including my phone it asks me if I want to import the pictures. There is an option to delete them also on the USB device. It does it also for my Galaxy tab. But I never let Windows delete automatically, because I suspect it would take all images, not only camera images.


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I don't know about Windows, but on Ubuntu Linux this is easily scripted using the photo management app Digikam. Digikam can be configured to recognize the device and automatically download the pictures. You just plug in the phone and it starts automatically, no need to do anything with the computer or the phone.


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simple use "ES FILE EXPLORER" to cut and paste any files from your phone to a network folder...


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If you device is Samsung then through Kies you can easily transfer data through Wi-Fi. If not then as you said in drive you could first upload them in Cloud later download on Laptop. As far as your concern for photos staying in the phone you can wipe all your data by a simple format


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Switch on the internet on your mobile and connect the laptop by wifi tethering on your mobile. Now the laptop connected to your mobile by internet, now use Airdroid android mobile application to transfer the files from your mobile to laptop.


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The easiest and fastest way to move over pictures/albums from your phone to your computer is using a USB cable and connecting your device to your computer. If you have a Windows PC, your device should automatically come up. If you have a Mac. You will need to download a tool called Android File Transfer. I will provide you with the links below. Anyways, ...


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Personally I just delete photos from my device every month, and with Google+ photos its easy to see which have been uploaded and which haven't.


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I have recently started trying to teach myself how to (properly) use Tasker so thought this could be a nice little project to try. Harder than I thought. I couldn't manage to do exactly what you want and it is a pretty crude method but I will continue anyway. I thought if I put it out there, someone with more experience with Tasker may be able to improve ...


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Just installed Picscribe. This allows you to add comments to exif data. Can't tell you if its a keeper app, as I have yet to abuse its power...! ;-)


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Just delete them from the Gallery. I don't think there is a built-in function to do this.


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I have a HTC Desire and in my case non of the other answers worked. But I solved it in his way. Do not go into the camera app settings. Go into the general phone settings. The path is then... Settings/Storage Here I was able to define the default writing media from internal to SDcard. This includes also the camera app. Now my pictures can be saved either ...


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You can use Telegram and make a secret chat to share the photos. The messages and files in secret chats are encrypted end-to-end and for more security you can enable an autodestruction timeout in the conversation that destroy completely (inclusive at the server side) all the messages and files shared until the established time-lapse.


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Tap a photo so that the thumbnail views appear at the bottom. Then long press on one of the thumbnails and you then get an option to select all


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Try Dumpster - Recycle Bin it might help you to recovery all your Data (Restore deleted pictures, music files, videos and much more)


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Especially for recovering JPEG files, I would strongly propose to try the recovery software PhotoRec. It was originally developed to do exactly that, recover not files, but JPEG photos, on the disk - not even looking at the file system. As long as nothing got overwritten, it should recover a large part I expect. I did not need it myself yet, but the way it ...


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Go to settings -> apps -> gallery -> clear data


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If you want hide those pics then - - use smart lite locker(app)[android] If you're not saving them on your device then lock those apps on which your sexy GF is sending pics - use APPLOCK(app)[android] or else you can lock with Smartlite locker also (both are apps)[android] link to the APPLOCK app link to the Smartlite locker app



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