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13th July 2014, 02:41 PM   |  #11  
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that's the sort of advice I was after.

to be a pain and needy got any more info on rooting and re directing dcim??
13th July 2014, 02:45 PM   |  #12  
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that's the sort of advice I was after.

to be a pain and needy got any more info on rooting and re directing dcim??


Rooting guide (as always at your own risk): http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2784900

Foldermount: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2192122 which basically lets you symlink any folder anywhere.


Hope that helps!
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excellent many thanks, I will have a read of that during the world cup final later

(not opened either link) is there no way of adding the external drive to the camera settings? you have the option of internal and SD cant we add another option for external?
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Nope, no option for that. You'll have to do it the hard way!


Edit: An alternative would be to use another camera app, like ABC, which lets you save to a custom folder.
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but does the app let you record at 120fps?
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I cant even find abc, is it just called abc?

I get everything but a camera app
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I cant even find abc, is it just called abc?

I get everything but a camera app

My bad. ABC stands for A Better Camera and you can get it from here. I don't really know if it's able to record on 720p 120FPS but you can try it and see what happens
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My bad. ABC stands for A Better Camera and you can get it from here. I don't really know if it's able to record on 720p 120FPS but you can try it and see what happens

that's a real nice camera app, thanks.

it does everything under the sun except record at 120fps

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