I want to make separate folders in my photos!

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iWant iPhone

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does anyone know how to do it yet?

in the videos i thought it showed him having folders of paris/london whatever etc....

i would like to have folders. like a folder of all my contact people pics, folder of wallpapers, folder of " " etc.
 

Alexander

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Have the pictures in certain folders on your desktop, then when you sync photos check only these folders, and select the folders to transfer. Then on your iPhone they will be sorted.
 

420greg

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does anyone know how to do it yet?

in the videos i thought it showed him having folders of paris/london whatever etc....

i would like to have folders. like a folder of all my contact people pics, folder of wallpapers, folder of " " etc.
Mine are in folders. The same way there are in iPhoto.

I just checked the albums I wanted in the photo sync menu in iTunes.
 
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oh you can't just delete them on the iPhone individually like on the film roll. They need to add that feature on also, so much easier.
 

twindc23

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i know this sounds like a dumb question but...... now do i get the pics ive taken from the iPhone transferred to my PC?
Thanks in advance.
 
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iMike

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i know this sounds like a dumb question but...... now do i get the pics ive taken from the iPhone transferred to my PC?
Thanks in advance.
Of course you can. No need to sync it through iTunes.
Just connect usb cable and open Windows Explorer. There should be a drive that reads Apple iPhone. and when you click it, it will show the photos and im sure you know the rest. Just copy and paste.
Just the same way when you access a usb thumb drive.
 

SmartAlx

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Of course you can. No need to sync it through iTunes.
Just connect usb cable and open Windows Explorer. There should be a drive that reads Apple iPhone. and when you click it, it will show the photos and im sure you know the rest. Just copy and paste.
Just the same way when you access a usb thumb drive.
I can't create folders in windows explorer. I can't paste either. Is it just me then?
 

iLLGT2

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Of course you can. No need to sync it through iTunes.
Just connect usb cable and open Windows Explorer. There should be a drive that reads Apple iPhone. and when you click it, it will show the photos and im sure you know the rest. Just copy and paste.
Just the same way when you access a usb thumb drive.
Hmm interesting, im going to try that out!
 

Jedgar

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PhotoFTP -- great "ALL in ONE" app

I have just bought PhotoFTP. It is a great app: you can create multiple folder and get them in synch with a remote FTP site. Also a image player with zooming function is included. ALL in ONE app.
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Napoleon PhoneApart

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I have just bought PhotoFTP. It is a great app: you can create multiple folder and get them in synch with a remote FTP site. Also a image player with zooming function is included. ALL in ONE app.
FIVE STAR APP *****
LOOK AT


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