How to remove a picture at OneDrive
Download the OneDrive app
Sign in to the OneDrive app using the same credentials as you use on your phone
Find the picture in the OneDrive app and delete it
The image will probably end up in the Trash at your OneDrive so you will have to remove it from there to if you really want it gone.
If you open the MMS (photo in SMS), you should be seeing your photo in seperate screen with Save button in the App bar. Clicking on Save will save it to Saved pictures. From there you may goto Pictures, and tap the photo and click on Share button on App bar to share it via Email/any other messaging apps/upload to OneDrive.
When the camera is running, use the cog icon in the app bar to bring up the menu. Scroll about half way through and you should see Resolution with the current option. Tap that and you can change the resolution.
Now this has been confirmed on WPCentral article:
(On WP8.1) enabling the ‘Best Quality’ option under ‘backup to OneDrive’, the high resolution images are rightly saved to your OneDrive Camera roll.
According to some comments on Uservoice.com it has been addressed in Windows Phone 8.1. Hi resolution photos are reportedly syncyng out of the box ...
The heart equivalent on the desktop is 4 stars. All "hearted" or "favourited" photos from your mobile phone are shown under the Windows Desktop OS photos with a 4 star rating.
Connect your phone to your laptop/desktop computer, and navigate under the pictures folder to reveal all the pictures. Then, right click on the titles ribbon of Windows Explorer (...
The typical back up options are either through OneDrive or by syncing your phone with your PC. In the absence of these, those photos are gone forever.
BTW, in case you are wondering about whether you can use file recovery software to get the photos back: unfortunately, not.
When a smartphone is connected to Windows, the device is not treated as a regular ...
Get yourself a copy of Proshot from the app store and use it to drive the camera and that will allow you to set the image size as well as load of other features... sizes go from 640 by 480 (.3MP) up to 3246 by 2448.
While this isn't the ideal fix, there are free apps like Fantasia Painter Free in the WP7 marketplace that you can use to rotate those photos.
With the new Windows Phone 8, basic image manipulation like rotating the image is now supported.
No, transferring files over bluetooth is not possible. This is requested for as a feature for newer releases of the OS.
If you have an unlocked phone, you can use the DFT BT File Transfer utility to send files over bluetooth.
Open Photos by tapping on Photos live tile
Tap "..." and tap "Settings"
Tap "Shuffle Now"
It'll just renew the images cached for the Photos` live tile.
If you still see the same images, restart your phone for it to take effect.
This option is apparently missing in Windows Phone 8 the Lumia 920. Switching to 4:3 will make the image even bigger, so that's not a solution either.
It is possible that this option will make a return in a future update.
Resend them and search again.
If you can't find them, check their format. Is it different from the others? Is their size significant?
Download an app called Files. With this app you can navigate to every folder and file in your mobile phone. If you can't find them using Files they are not in your phone.
Yes, I just found a way to do it, quite simple albeit not very obvious:
I'm using the Windows Phone app on Windows 8.1 to sync my photos from the phone to PC. On the PC under Windows, every photo has an optional 5-star-rating in its metadata, which can be accessed/set e.g. via Explorer -> Properties -> Details tab. You can also add this property as an ...
OneDrive is basically an online storage service which stores stuff on online servers' storage allotted to you by Microsoft. Which you can access from anywhere using your account. If you are concious about deleting the pictures that are only present in OneDrive you can disable "Cloud-only content" from settings. Once you disable "Cloud-only content", your ...
you can use the USB connection into PC and navigate to internal storage, go to Pictures and open other window into SD Card and navigate to the same folder, and cut and paste... It's more efficient if so much files or pictures. Good luck.
YES! it will also delete the pictures, you marked as favourites.
Some snapshots are so great you just can't get enough of them. That's what favourites are for: choose some (it takes just a couple of presses),and they'll show up in their own area of the Pictures Hub. You can set your favourites to display on the animated Pictures Tile on Start ...
i think there is no option for hide some objects and others not , BUT there is an App in the MS Store which is called "App Locker" which locks whole apps and requires an password to start them. (There are more Apps, but it'll make the point)
For similar needs, I use the Files App.
I use it to create folders (i.e. albums) inside the default Pictures folder and then I move photos inside them, in this way, when I open the Photos App, I can see my pics organized in different albums.
With Files, you can also rename your pictures. Anyway, as far as I know, there is no way to organize pictures by ...
So I suggest you take a look at FB Pages Manager:
The app allows you to post, delete or share your pages status, upload
photos, send and receive messages from your pages, comment on your
posts or reply to a comment. You can view all your page insights,
like or unlike. Basically you can do pretty much everything on your
pages that you do on your ...
Maybe you can try this,
Mark and Delete all pictures from phone itself (Don't delete from PC client). It may show a message that some pictures can't delete. Ignore it.
Then start sync with PC.
Actually this is caused because of multiple thumbnail/shortcut for a same image. It will not consume your space not much. But still irritating.