Set Default Storage Location for Photos and Videos on a Samsung Note 10.1

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    In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you are on the home screen
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    Once you're on the home screen, tap on the Camera icon
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    Tap again on the menu button next to the home button
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    This will bring up the settings.
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    Tap once on "Settings"
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    Tap on the gear-shaped icon, which is the third option
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    Scroll all the way down until you get to "Storage"
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    In this video, you can see that the current default storage location is "Memory card", or the micro-SD card, that is currently in the device.
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    If you want to change the default storage location, simply tap on "Storage"
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    Tap on "Device" or "Memory card"
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    It is recommended to pick the one that has more storage space.
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