How Do I Move My Pictures To My SD Card?

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Hi, i have a Samsung Galaxy Ace II and need help asap. How do i transfer my pictures to my 8gb SD card? I have tried everything and it will not work. I have no space on my built in memory on my phone now. Need to free this space up asap, please help..!!

If you can give me step by step instructions i would appreciate it.
Thanks :)
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Sure, "Quickpic" available from the Google Play Store should work.

Here's the link--> https://play.google.com/store/apps/de...
Thanks i will try that. :)
It just let me move my music to my SD card but when i tried to move my pictures it said moved. When i checked though they did not move, they are still all on my phones memory storage..??

Thanks for any help :)
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On your phone, there should be an icon that says "My Files."
Open that and look for the folder that contains your pictures.
Select the ones you want to move and when you press the MOVE option, it will let you navigate through your phone again.
When that happens, look for something along the lines of "external_SD."
Generally, that is your memory card.
Select the folder, if any, in that area and press MOVE again.
After a few seconds, the pictures should be on your SD card.
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extSDCard is another way it can be displayed
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Navigate to My Files > sdcard > DCIM > camera - tap and hold the camera folder until you see a list of five options - select Move. Move the folder to extSdCard.

Scroll through the list of folders and locate the DCIM folder, locate and tap on the Camera folder, if no folder exists, in the upper right hand corner, tap the button Move here and your pictures will be transferred onto your 8 GB microSD card.

By default, any pictures you take will automatically be stored on your 8 GB microSD storage card.
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You can download a great file manager from the PlayStore for free called "PowerGrasp"
it gives the ability to move files to any part of the phone if you know what your doing. If you know how to move files on a computer then using PowerGrasp should be no problem. It's also a great way to move files to your notification or ring tones sections of the internal memory to have songs or sound files as your ringer or notification sounds.

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