You can move camera pictures and movies from a Samsung Galaxy SIII's built-in memory to an installed Micro SD card using either the phone's "My Files" app or by connecting the device to a computer and using "File Explorer" to move the files. The "My Files" app works well when batch-moving all media content; however, the computer-assisted method may be more efficient for picking and choosing which files you want to move.

Move Camera Content Using My Files

Step 1

Open the "My Files" app from the app menu, then select the "All Files" option.

Step 2

Choose the "Device Storage" option, then tap the "DCIM" and "Camera" folders to list all media recorded through the Galaxy SIII's camera.

Step 3

Highlight the individual videos and pictures you want to transfer to the SD card by tapping the media's check box. You can select all content by pressing the "Settings" button and choosing "Select All."

Step 4

Tap the three-horizontal bar menu icon and choose the "Move" option.

Step 5

Select the "SD Memory Card" from the option list to transfer the pictures and video to the memory card.

Move Using File Explorer

Step 1

Connect the Galaxy SIII to the computer with the micro USB cable and follow the on-screen instructions to install any necessary software. The software varies between carriers and operating systems.

Step 2

Open "File Explorer" and select the Galaxy SIII's "SCH-I535" icon under the "Devices and drives" heading.

Step 3

Open the "Phone," "DCIM," and "Camera" folders in order to access the camera's stored media.

Step 4

Highlight the pictures and movies you want to transfer to the SD card. You can individually select files by holding "Ctrl" and left-clicking or select all media by pressing "Ctrl-A."

Step 5

Click the "Move to" option on the File Explorer ribbon menu.

Step 6

Expand the "SCH-I535" and "Card" trees.

Step 7

Select a folder to store the media and click "Move." You can create a new folder or select an existing one to store the files. You can parallel the phone's folder setup by moving the files to the "DCIM/Camera" directory.