Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2012 8:51 PM (in response to Shakira214)
Yea.....only way to get them back is if you don't backup again and restore from the backup. If you delete from photo stream it deletes it on iCloud. Why do you ask? Seems like a strange thing to do
Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2012 8:54 PM (in response to Shakira214)
I wouldn't reccomend it put them into a computer then delete em
Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2012 8:56 PM (in response to Shakira214)
If you are trying to save space, it'll be better to upload to clouds like Dropbox, Sugarsync or Box.net where you can access individual photos as and when you need them.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2012 9:04 PM (in response to Laxman25)
Thanks! I ask because i have very little space left on iPad and wanted to just keep pics on the iCloud...do u suggest a better way to manage space?
Currently Being ModeratedJul 19, 2012 9:10 PM (in response to Shakira214)
Most people I've seen using a single cloud account, is filled with photos. Just whatever your destination folder is on your computer that you sync to....create a new one and start another collection. You can always move a few photos you want into there.
Under photos on iTunes when your iPad is selected.,it says what folder it's synced to. Create a new one and change the destination folder to the new one. Then resync. That should free up a lot of room.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 20, 2012 6:32 AM (in response to Shakira214)
How much space is your Other using? You may be able to reduce.
How Do I Get Rid Of The “Other” Data Stored On My iPad Or iPhone?
With an iOS device, the “Other” space in iTunes is used to store things like documents, settings, caches, and a few other important items. If you sync lots of documents to apps like GoodReader, DropCopy, or anything else that reads external files, your storage use can skyrocket. With iOS 5, you can see exactly which applications are taking up the most space. Just head to Settings > General > Usage, and tap the button labeled Show All Apps. The storage section will show you the app and how much storage space it is taking up. Tap on the app name to get a description of the additional storage space being used by the app’s documents and data. You can remove the storage-hogging application and all of its data directly from this screen, or manually remove the data by opening the app. Some applications, especially those designed by Apple, will allow you to remove stored data by swiping from left to right on the item to reveal a Delete button.