Point Attachment storage - phone limitation - 2 issues
My internal phone storage is maxed. I routinely have to move my point attachments (pics & vids) to external SD card. Because of the attachment naming convention, I can still find and review attachments for my associated points, albeit not as easily as if the attachment were still in it's original storage location.
1- I periodically I export tracks & points from my phone & import them into Locus on my tablet. For the exported points that have a path defined in "attachments" but the attachment has been offloaded to an external sd card already - when these points are imported they show up wo a path defined in "attachments", which makes it hard to determine if there IS an associated attachment for said point or not.
I have about 50GB of attachment data across 2500 points that I would like to maintain and use on my phone & tablet. File duplicity on 2 devices is not a concern.
1 - is there an easier way to manage attachments in my scenario?
2 - Is there a utility I can run that will look at the points stored on my tablet & attempt to relink them to their attachments if I pointed them to an "attachment root" similar to the default structure in Locus?
1 - ability to define attachment storage to a root on an external sdcard. Phone storage limitation issue is mitigated. Then I could easily export and import my points w associated attachments from 1 device to the next wo closing the path information in the "attachment details".
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Thank you for your assistance,