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November 20, 2011

Transfer now?

devadutta @ 2:48 pm, GMT +0000 ( 1321800534 ) Play

Screenshot of a text block question. You are very likely to have have seen this folder structure. This is an old industry standard and it is prevalent even now.

What is blocked in green? For bonus cookie points, tell us what it stands for.

Cracked by: shrik , jowens , Anjul , Sumanth Patlolla , Ananth , Rahulk , Bipin Banavalikar , Rogi , badideabear , mankuTimma , Manish Achuth , Amarendra Kumar , Bharath and raklodramA

Answer:
DCIM. Design rule for Camera File system / DCF. The stuff you see on your camera SD card.

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16 Responses to “Transfer now?”

  1. shrik
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    DCIM (Digital Camera IMages).


  2. jowens
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    DCIM (Digital Camera IMages) / Design rule for Camera File system (DCF)


  3. Anjul
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    DCIM: Digital Camera IMages


  4. Sumanth Patlolla
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    DCIM – Digital Camera IMages


  5. Ananth
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    DCIM (Digital Camera IMages)


  6. Rahulk
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    The one you have blanked out in green is DCIM – Digital Camera IMages.

    The one you have blanked out in white is DCF – Design rule for Camera File system.


  7. Root?


  8. Bipin Banavalikar
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    DCIM, it stands for Digital Camera Images


  9. Rogi
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    DCIM (Digital Camera IMages)
    or
    DCF (Design rule for Camera File system)


  10. badideabear
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    DCIM – stands for Digital Camera IMages


  11. KK
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    root


  12. mankuTimma
    1

    DCIM – Digital Camera IMages.


  13. Manish Achuth
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    Camera File System.
    DCIM – Digital Camera IMages


  14. Amarendra Kumar
    1

    DCIM – digital camera images


  15. Bharath
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    DCIM- digital camera images
    Design rule for Camera File system


  16. DCIM

    Design rule for Camera File system/ DCF


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