How do I find my saved items on my phone?
When you save things on Facebook, they'll appear in the Saved section. To view the things you've saved: Go to Facebook.com/saved or click Saved in the left side menu of the homepage. Click a saved category at the top or click a saved item to view it.
Digital Camera Images
- A Binary Large OBject (BLOB) is a collection of binary data stored as a single entity in a database management system. Blobs are typically images, audio or other multimedia objects, though sometimes binary executable code is stored as a blob. Database support for blobs is not universal.
- Go to the folder you want to move and long press it, copy and select Paste Here option at the location you want to move it. This is how you move pictures, data from phone gallery or memory to SD card in Samsung Galaxy S5 or any other Android phone.
- Thumbnail is a term used by graphic designers and photographers for a small image representation of a larger image, usually intended to make it easier and faster to look at or manage a group of larger images.
Its just small images of your big images files located in your decice gallery. If you delete them once then your phone will again create them but this time it will be less in size. Deleting thumbnails is will hardly affect your system. Completely safe to go ahead with.
- Clear app data — or resetting an app. Clearing app data is a little more drastic. You're wiping the cache, but also clearing any and all settings that go along with that app. With no "old" data in place — either stored settings or cached — you're essentially running the app for the first time again.
- DCIM stands for Digital Camera Images. It became the default directory structure for digital cameras a long time ago. Mostly it exists to keep everything organized. When you put a memory card into a camera, the camera immediately looks for a 'DCIM' folder. If it doesn't find such a folder, it creates one.
- Clear app data — or resetting an app. Clearing app data is a little more drastic. You're wiping the cache, but also clearing any and all settings that go along with that app. You're basically starting that app over, from scratch, and it'll behave as it did the first time you installed it.
Updated: 30th September 2018