1. GutZ31's Avatar
    I would like to take some pictures off my iPhone manually because itunes doesnt seem to allow me to take my pictures off of it with uploaded pictures.

    Much love to who ever helps me
    2007-10-03 02:50 AM
  2. kamatoa's Avatar
    Try private/var/root/Media/DCIM/100APPLE (or ~/Media/DCIM/100APPLE)


    You'll have to delete both the .JPG file and the .THM file to get it completely off.
    2007-10-03 02:54 AM
  3. GutZ31's Avatar
    you got a thanks
    2007-10-03 06:15 AM
  4. Dash-2's Avatar
    Once you plug in your iPhone to your PC, there should be a "drive" in my computer that you can copy/delete them straight off.
    2007-10-03 07:29 AM
  5. unclear's Avatar
    Once you plug in your iPhone to your PC, there should be a "drive" in my computer that you can copy/delete them straight off.
    yea I love that it works like any digital camera does with a removable hard disk in my computer
    2007-10-03 07:31 AM
  6. Dash-2's Avatar
    yea I love that it works like any digital camera does with a removable hard disk in my computer
    Yep, it is nice.
    My only complaint is that they aren't "pictures" and they restart file names, making me rename the ones I've already copied..
    2007-10-03 07:57 AM
  7. geoffl1's Avatar
    Yep, it is nice.
    My only complaint is that they aren't "pictures" and they restart file names, making me rename the ones I've already copied..
    i thought the same thing! i hate having to change the filenames
    2007-10-03 08:53 AM
  8. pmas's Avatar
    One major flaw is this:
    Each photo you take creates a thumbnail image also, so it can be displayed in the camera roll. If you copy all your camera roll pictures to your hard drive, as to not lose them on a restore (as I did), you can then copy them all back, but to preview them in the camera roll, you will need to create a thumbnail for each photo. Is there an easier way?
    2007-10-03 02:06 PM
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