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Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by dmapr, Sep 2, 2016.

  1. charlyee

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    They very well could be in the coating but the point still remains they never appeared in any of my previous iPhones even the 5 which I had for 18 months.

    Hopefully the screen on the 7 will treat me better.




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    Hate to interrupt such a lively discussion on the screen scratch- and crack-resistance, but I do have a question along the lines of one of the articles other complaints. How does one bulk delete photos off the iPhone?
     
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    Photos>Camera Roll>Select>tap the photos you want to take action on >take the intended action.

    If they are in albums synced via iTunes you can not delete them directly from your phone.

    You can edit a duplicate copy that will get saved in the camera roll.

    Makes sense?


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    Thanks, I'll have to get my hands on all of the equipment to check

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    All of what equipment?

    Btw, not sure what vf means by "all photos album". To the best of my knowledge that only exists in OSX not in iOS, but I could be blind. Lol


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    The iPhone and the Mac, what else?

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    Here I thought it would be some exciting equipment.

    So how do you bulk delete photos from Android?


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    http://www.macworld.com/article/2865831/how-to-bulk-delete-images-from-your-iphone.html

    Read down a little. Its pretty easy but not obvious at first. Basically you go down and bulk delete all photos on a given date and scroll down to multiple select dates through the year

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    @charlyee. Photos, Albums, All Photos.


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    Thanks Viewfly but I don't have anything called "All photos" on my Phone.

    Here is a screenshot, the rest are all albums synched from my Mac.

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    Ah ok, thanks.


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    Never had to :) And unlike iOS, there isn't a single photo management app among Androids. In Google Photos, tap-hold any photo to start selection and then swipe to select additional photos, afterwards tap the delete button. Or choose "Free space" and it'll offer to delete all photos that have been backed up. Or if it's hooked up to the computer, just delete like you would any file in the file manager of your choice.
     
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    For deleting mass amounts of pictures, I just attach my phone to my PC via USB, and then select all the photos to delete from my PC file browser. IMO it's easier and plus you can see the photo on a full 26" screen before deleting (sometimes it looks different than on a 5" screen)
     
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