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The default on most tablets is to install apps to internal storage so the SD card does no good by itself. You can go into Settings>Applications and change the location for each app to the SD card. Likewise anything else you put on a tablet, particularly photos and videos get stored in internal storage. If you have taken a lot of photos and videos they can fill up your storage quickly. You can change this in the Camera app by tapping the settings icon and changing the storage option to SD card. You will still need to actually move existing photos and videos to the SD card manually or copy them to external storage and delete them. I would also change the image and video resolution in Camera settings to 640x480. This is plenty good enough for pictures you just want to look at on the device or share online.
please remember the purpose of having a external micro sd memory in a tablet is mainly for media/ work / school purposes. most your going to be able to put on the cards is information relative to what i just told you and application that you have download from your APPLICATION STORE depends on the OS ( operating system you have on your tablet will determine how you can move them from your tablets internal memory to the tablets external sd card memory
here is a bing search on how to move items from internal memory to external for both tablets and phone. i suggest you watch multiple videos and refine your search based upon your OS and continue to search.
Maybe nothing at all. Apps, depending on how they are written, may use only internal storage, SD (TF) storage, or a combination of both. If you are getting a "not enough space" message, chances are the app is not TF friendly. Cell phone users have the same issue with apps not wanting to use the internal card storage. Until tablet/phone makers put more internal memory in their devices, or until app writer make their apps available to the extended storage, this problem will continue.
Sure you have enough free memory? try to have at least twice the amount you really need. The free memory should be internal memory, not an (Mini, micro) SD card.
Try to remove everything from that app, reset the tablet and try again.
Sadly it seems as though the internal Flash RAM has failed. It should still be under warranty, so I'd recommend that you contact the manufacturer's authorised service agents and arrange for an inspection to see if it can be repaired or replaced
This more than likely means your internal storage is low and not the SD card and may not have anything to do with your pictures but more so with your apps. Go into settings and see if your tablet has the feature to set where your downloads and other media is stored, by default that will be your internal memory. change it to SD card or USB storage. In Settings you can also click on your apps individually and transfer them manually one by one to the SD card or USB storage or download a file manager and do so all at once. Some apps and files may not have the feature to transfer these apps the tablet came with or apps you downloaded that uses the internal memory. By default if a memory card is in you tablet pictures are automatically store there, if this is not the case the easiest way to transfer is connecting the tablet to a computer/laptop and transfer to the card or again use a file manager.
Hi You can either download photo, data files to a SD card, another device (computer) or simply delete unwanted data by using the file brower. Locate, the unwanted files in storage, camera, or certain apps folders, & delete files. Don't delete any file in system folder. Hope this helps. Regards Bob from OZ