Currently Being ModeratedNov 20, 2012 9:09 AM (in response to Muguetsf)
How did you accidentally transfer the photos from the computer to the iPhone? If this happened during a sync process you'll need to start iTunes on your computer and connect your iPhone. Select your phone in the left column of iTunes and select Photos in the right column. Then deselect the unwanted albums and click on Apply or Sync.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 21, 2012 11:49 AM (in response to Ralph9430)
Thanks Ralph9430. I changed the settings on my phone. I must have clicked something that told it to transfer my entire iPhoto library. I noticed that it was doing that after it had imported about 500 photos, so I changed the setting to manual.
When I click on the pictures on the phone, those photos and albums do not allow any changes.
My problem is not photos FROM iPhone to Macbook, but photos that are on my computer and are now also on my phone, taking up lots of storage space. I tried what you said, but those pictures don't show up on the computer, only on the phone, with no edit allowed. Any other ideas? Muguetsf
Currently Being ModeratedNov 21, 2012 2:32 PM (in response to Muguetsf)
How are the photos shown on your phone? Are they in the Camera Roll or a folder called Last Imported or All Imported?
Or are they in other albums?
If they are in other albums those albums should appear under the Photos tab in iTunes when you connect your phone and select The phone in the left column of iTunes and select Photos in the right column of iTunes. Before connecting your phone you might try a reboot of your phone. Press and hold the Home and Sleep buttons simultaneously ignoring the red slider until the Apple logo appears. Let go of the buttons and let the device restart.
If they photos are as described in my first paragraph above they should be delectable on your iPhone. Perhaps a reboot like that I described will bring the operation into normalcy.