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RichA 10-30-2012 03:39 AM

Re: How do I delete photographs from an iPad?
 
On Oct 29, 11:00*pm, Eric Stevens <eric.stev...@sum.co.nz> wrote:
> This is a problem which touches on digital photograpy and I'm raising
> it in the hope that one of the more knowledgeable people here knows
> the answer.
>
> Just over two months ago I bought an iPad for the joint use of me and
> my wife. I had about two weeks of battle with setting up email
> accounts (the damned thing kept changing settings on me) before my
> wife set off with it for six weeks overseas. The only thing I managed
> to do with photographs was synchronise the iPad with one of the image
> directories in my computer.
>
> My wife returned with a swag of photographs copied into the iPad which
> she had taken with her camera. The originals remain in her camera. She
> had also copied several smaller swags into the iPad which she had
> copied from other peoples' cameras. To make matters more complicated
> she had edited a considerable number of images in the iPad and wanted
> to access the final result for printing
>
> I've now found out how to copy the photographs out of the iPad by
> backing up to my computer. What I haven't yet found is an easy way to
> delete +1800 images from the "All Imports" folder of the iPad. There
> doesn't even seem to be an easy way to select a large number of images
> at a time.
>
> Google tells me I'm not the first person to strike this problem and
> there are a number of recommended methods on the Internet. A problem
> which has emerged is that while my wife was away she accepted the
> invitation to upgrade to iOS6 which appears to be slightly different
> in it's user interface from the previous versions. Tricks which are
> claimed in various forums to make things easier don't seem to exist in
> my version of the iPad.
>
> Its not that I'm particularly worried by having to delete +1800 images
> one at a time. Its what will happen next that worries me. What happens
> when another 5000 images are added? *... then another 3000. Is it
> really Apple's intention that the machine fills up until it bursts?
>
> What do I do?
> --
>
> Regards,
>
> Eric Stevens


Ask Siri. HAHAAHAHAHAHAHHAH!!!!

PeterN 11-01-2012 09:47 PM

Re: How do I delete photographs from an iPad?
 
On 10/30/2012 12:07 AM, Savageduck wrote:
> On 2012-10-29 20:39:57 -0700, RichA <rander3127@gmail.com> said:
>
>> On Oct 29, 11:00 pm, Eric Stevens <eric.stev...@sum.co.nz> wrote:
>>> This is a problem which touches on digital photograpy and I'm raising
>>> it in the hope that one of the more knowledgeable people here knows
>>> the answer.
>>>
>>> Just over two months ago I bought an iPad for the joint use of me and
>>> my wife. I had about two weeks of battle with setting up email
>>> accounts (the damned thing kept changing settings on me) before my
>>> wife set off with it for six weeks overseas. The only thing I managed
>>> to do with photographs was synchronise the iPad with one of the image
>>> directories in my computer.
>>>
>>> My wife returned with a swag of photographs copied into the iPad which
>>> she had taken with her camera. The originals remain in her camera. She
>>> had also copied several smaller swags into the iPad which she had
>>> copied from other peoples' cameras. To make matters more complicated
>>> she had edited a considerable number of images in the iPad and wanted
>>> to access the final result for printing
>>>
>>> I've now found out how to copy the photographs out of the iPad by
>>> backing up to my computer. What I haven't yet found is an easy way to
>>> delete +1800 images from the "All Imports" folder of the iPad. There
>>> doesn't even seem to be an easy way to select a large number of images
>>> at a time.
>>>
>>> Google tells me I'm not the first person to strike this problem and
>>> there are a number of recommended methods on the Internet. A problem
>>> which has emerged is that while my wife was away she accepted the
>>> invitation to upgrade to iOS6 which appears to be slightly different
>>> in it's user interface from the previous versions. Tricks which are
>>> claimed in various forums to make things easier don't seem to exist in
>>> my version of the iPad.
>>>
>>> Its not that I'm particularly worried by having to delete +1800 images
>>> one at a time. Its what will happen next that worries me. What happens
>>> when another 5000 images are added? ... then another 3000. Is it
>>> really Apple's intention that the machine fills up until it bursts?
>>>
>>> What do I do?
>>> --
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Eric Stevens

>>
>> Ask Siri. HAHAAHAHAHAHAHHAH!!!!

>
> Idiot!
>

that's stating the obvious.

--
Peter
From Stamford CT.


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