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    I know this is simple, BUT I can not find it in the manual. How do I move pictures from a Treo 650 to the card. I see an option to copy it to the card, but how do I move it to free up some space on the Treo.
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    Only way I saw was to copy them to the card. Then I deleted them from the phone. Someone on here will know though.
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    I think you can move files with the "Filez" program. Just make sure you put them in the right place!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonylmiller
    I think you can move files with the "Filez" program. Just make sure you put them in the right place!
    Yeah, use FileZ and move them to the DCIM folder.

    Otherwise, doing as said, do it through the Photo Viewer, but you'll have to delete them after copying.

    Also, if you select the card icon in the upper right corner (in the Photo Viewer app), all you future photos will be saved to the card. This setting will revert back to the device on any reset though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insertion
    Yeah, use FileZ and move them to the DCIM folder.

    Otherwise, doing as said, do it through the Photo Viewer, but you'll have to delete them after copying.

    Also, if you select the card icon in the upper right corner (in the Photo Viewer app), all you future photos will be saved to the card. This setting will revert back to the device on any reset though
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