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Display all photos

How do I set the photo frame so it dispalys all photos in all folders sequentially?

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Hi, thanks, for your request. You need to be more specifically, set photos on your photo camera or computer?

If it is in the camera, go to the menu section and select the display options brouse thru the options until you see that it shows all pics on the screen.

If it is in your computer, you have to create a new folder cut and paste pics to it.
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