Android Data Recovery
Where are Pictures Stored on Android Phone?
So when they try to expand Android memory storage by transferring pictures or other data to external SD card, some may have trouble in finding where the photos saved as the pictures taken by the camera, third-part camera apps or those transferred to SD card are stored in different folders. Go on reading the following article, you will figure out which folder on Android or SD card stores what kind of pictures.
- Solution: Where Are Pictures Stored on Android Phone?
- Tips: Easily Manage Photos on Android Smartphone
By default, photos taken with pre-install camera will be stored in DCIM (Digital Camera Images) folder. It keeps pictures in this folder organized and prevent third-part camera app to import images that the camera didn't capture in it.
Screenshot or Photos Taken with Camera APP:
Images shot with 3rd-part camera app are automatically saved in a folder named after the app. As for the screenshot, you can access to Pictures/Screenshot and get them.
TunesGo; to manage your photos on Android, which allows you to back up files, add, delete and export data easily.
Step 1 Download TunesGo on PC
Firstly, please download and install the TunesGo program on your computer by clicking the download button below. After you install it, just launch the program.
Step 2 Start to Manage Android Photos
On the interface of TunesGo program, you can see there are different options for you to choose. For instance, you can import or export data including pictures between Android and PC, back up the data you want and even speed up your smartphone. For more details, you can also click to check how to transfer photos from Android to PC.
Read up here, you may know well where the photos stored on Android. If you want to know more about the file category in both internal and external storage, you can refer to the article Illustration on File Category of SD Card and get more details.