How to quickly clear camera roll?

iluvifone

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I have over 100 photos that I want to get rid of. Are there any alternatives to deleting the pics one by one?

I googled and all the solutions I came across involved iPhoto, which doesn't appear to be available for Win XP.

Any solutions for XP users?? Or are there any apps that do this?
 

Snowman3459

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I have over 100 photos that I want to get rid of. Are there any alternatives to deleting the pics one by one?

I googled and all the solutions I came across involved iPhoto, which doesn't appear to be available for Win XP.

Any solutions for XP users?? Or are there any apps that do this?
Click on the little arrow box thingy in the upper right hand corner. From there you can select all your photos to delete.
 
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NeshyD

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In XP, I was able to Cut and Paste the pictures from the Camera Roll to some folder in my computer. So, you can probably cut all the pictures and put it in a specific folder and then delete that folder.

Hope that helps,

Neshy
 
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SpaceKitty

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If you have a Mac, you can import them in iPhoto and then it gives you the choice to delete them on the phone. It's very easy that way. I know the P has XP but this is for the Mac users.
 
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JayLenochiniMac

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SpaceKitty said:
If you have a Mac, you can import them in iPhoto and then it gives you the choice to delete them on the phone. It's very easy that way. I know the P has XP but this is for the Mac users.
This won't work if you have duplicates in iPhoto, in which case you need to load Image Capture in order to delete the duplicates in camera roll.
 
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Irish Rose

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iluvifone said:
Click on the little arrow box thingy in the upper right hand corner. From there you can select all your photos to delete.
do not see any arrow.
While under photos, if you tap the lower left corner of your screen, the arrow will appear.
 
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