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    Is there a way move pictures on the phone to already make folders? Like when I take a picture I would like put in somewhere else than the photo roll. from just the phone, with out a PC. My old Rumor 2 you could.
    Last edited by rem_kujawa; 11/27/2009 at 12:49 PM.
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    connect your phone to your pc via the usb cable.
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    search for internalz
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    Quote Originally Posted by rem_kujawa View Post
    Is there a way move pictures on the phone to already make folders? Like when I take a picture I would like put in somewhere else than the photo roll. from just the phone, with out a PC. My old Rumor 2 you could.
    Internalz alows this easily on the pre. Note of interest to many of us pc users: a leading . as in .foldername or .filename.jpg make a file or folder hidden in linux.
    Windows will probably not allow you to name a file in such a way but you can easily rename with Internalz.
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    really, does your pre need to be rooted? Or can I just use Preware?

    Ok I installed the File Manager Service and the Interalz, rebooted and seems to work. Do I have to worry about having the preware and the packet manager installed too. Will they cause problems?
    Last edited by rem_kujawa; 11/27/2009 at 03:26 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rem_kujawa View Post
    really, does your pre need to be rooted? Or can I just use Preware?

    Ok I installed the File Manager Service and the Interalz, rebooted and seems to work. Do I have to worry about having the preware and the packet manager installed too. Will they cause problems?
    i'm interested as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by grynv View Post
    i'm interested as well
    I have had it istalled for about a week with no problems, the only that sucks is you can't open the file from internalz. So what I did was just cleaned out my Photo Roll and now when I take a pict is shows up there by its self.

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