SD cards are here with us from the very first stupid and smart smartphones. Their use was wide and thanks to them we were able to expand the relatively small storage by a few extra gigabytes until recently.
If you are lucky and your Xiaomi, Redmi or POCO smartphone has a memory card slot, in this article we will show you how to set up the storage of captured photos and videos directly on the microSD card in the MIUI system.
Very simple procedure
Of course, in order to start storing your new data on a portable memory card, you must own one. We recommend the original Xiaomi microSD card. The first step is to insert the microSD card into the designated location, usually in the pull-out slot opposite the SIM card.
Furthermore, the procedure for setting up photo storage on an SD card is really simple. After opening the Camera app, click the three parallel horizontal lines in the upper right to select Settings.
The Camera settings will open. Simply turn this option on Save to SD card. If you would like to learn more about the interesting hidden camera settings in MIUI, read our previous article.
With this step, the whole process is almost complete. But you will still have to go to for full microSD card storage Settings > About phone > repository. After clicking on Storage settings you will find yourself in a small menu.
In the end, you just set the storage of data from the camera to external storage. You can apply a similar procedure to the Gallery application or many popular Themes. We believe that you managed the whole process and now you can happily take photos and shoot with more memory.
A big advantage of storing media on external storage, in this case a microSD card, is the backup. If something inadvertently happens to your phone, there is nothing easier than picking up a card and downloading valuable photos to safety.
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