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The Flexx10 has a micro SD slot, the SD card is about the size of your finger nail. If your Android phone also has a micro SD card you just remove it from the phone and plug it into the Flexx10. Then just transfer the pictures from the SD card to the tablets internal hard drive. When complete put the SD card back in the phone. If the SD card in your phone is the standard size it obviously won't fit the Flexx10. You then have the choice of either using Bluetooth to transfer the pictures between devices or buying a USB SD Card converter and plugging that in your FLexx10 with the Android SD card mounted in the converter.
There are 2 storage in just about every smartphone or tablet. There is an internal storage, usually about 1gb. or 2gb. And there an internal SD storage, which is not same as the external micro sd card. RAM stands for Read Access Memory, it will not work as storage. Now, when you download an app it is usually save in the internal storage. If you move an app without an external micro sd card inserted, you are moving them to the internal SD storage. If possible got to setting>storage and check how is the storage divided, if you insert the external micro sd card it should display 3 separate bars. Also, another way to move apps and other things around is by using ES File Explorer. Check that out first and I hope you do resolve the problem, best of luck.
Most phones have a MICRO USB Cable plug, all you need is the cable and plug it into your Computer. You can also remove the Micro SD Card and slit it into a MICRO SD Reader and plug it into your Computer. BOTH of these methods works well for me. Having the proper cable is paramount in ensuring it has the ability of working the way you desire.