Since the moment i moved to Android from Nokia’s genius Symbian,i have been seeing some minor bugs and frustating things in Android mobile platform.with Android Apps market you can download any possible applications where millions of apps are added each month.
I’ve once had this question myself and ofcourse later get my solutions,but want to share to some of the fellow newbies like me
So,by default Android Mobiles have a folder named DCIM,thats the location where your Photos and videos captured/taken from Android mobile phones are stored.
What is DCIM ?
DCIM by definition is Digital Camera IMages,you may’ve seen this folder already because all digital cameras have folder DCIM in its memory card
If you want to transfer a photo or video to another location or to your PC ,then you have to locate this folder with most common file explorer software called File Explorer (for Mobile) .
For PC: Just connect your phone with Data cable and select File/Data Storage mode and Click Mount ,you will see a New Drive on your My Computer ,from there you can access DCIM from the Root folder.
I hope ,you’ve learnded this little thing but most commonly used in one of the fastest growing mobile platform – Google’s Android
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