For some reason, moving files from my Nexus 5X to my PC takes huge amounts of time.
The copy "part" of the move operation is pretty much as fast as on any other Android device I've used (I can see the files actually being successfully created at the destination folder on my PC), but then, when the deletion "part" takes place (my indication is that all the files have been successfully copied and the progress bar reaches almost the end) -- the Windows File Explorer instance which handles the source folder just hangs, for a really long time.
For instance, when performing a move operation of 50 images, with an average size of 4MB each -- the copy "part" takes a few seconds, while the deletion "part" takes more than 5 minutes.
My question is: are there any specific tools, using which I can pinpoint the problem, or see a detailed log/real-time statistics regarding the deletion operation?
I'd appreciate any suggestions regarding the situation, which is obviously really problematic.
I've tried this on multiple laptops.
An important detail regarding my Android OS -- I have more than 29,000 images on my device (my entire WhatsApp history, since 2011). Maybe it has such impact on the file system?