Join Dan Gookin for an in-depth discussion in this video Managing images, part of Android Tips and Tricks (2015).
- I looked on my phone the other day…and I have over 680 images.…I don't believe that I take a lot of pictures…so that number may be lower than what you have…on your phone or tablet, still it's a lot of images.…It's no problem for your Android to host hundreds…or thousands of images, providing that the device…has plenty of storage space.…When the number of images gets high, it's a good idea…to consider some form of image management.…That process involves multiple steps.…The first, and most basic form, of image management…is to remove images.…
You can delete an image you don't like, a bad shot…or perhaps something embarrassing or remove an image…you've copied to a computer or just no longer need.…Open the Photos app.…Choose the Photos category from the navigation drawer.…Ensure that the All tab is chosen.…Display the image that you want to delete.…Tap the delete icon.…Because the Photos app is synchronized between…your Android and Google's Picasa web cloud storage,…you may see this prompt.…
Tap Delete Everywhere to remove the image from the device…
- Finding and managing apps
- Shooting video
- Editing images
- Enjoying some tunes
- Reading ebooks
- Exploring Google Now
- Saving maps
- Printing from your Android
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Working with Apps and Widgets
2. Camera and Photo Tips
3. Recreational Activities
4. General Tips and Tricks
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