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  1. propeller10's Avatar
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    On the pictures hub. How do I select and delete mutiple photos?

    Hopefully I won't make a fool of myself here. :P
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    You can long long hold on specific folders then select delete, not select specific photos on the phone.

    Alternatively do it in Zune using the Ctrl key to select your deletes from your collection.

    As you would in windows explorer. (Hold down Ctrl, select the pictures you don't want then right click and select delete or hit the Delete key)

    Hope that makes sense. :)

    I know it's not ideal having to use Zune, but what else can you do ? :D
    Last edited by TheWeeBear; 12-10-2011 at 03:34 PM.
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    Yeah I plug it in when I need to delete multiple photos. Wish I could do the same on the phone when I don't have access to my PC.

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