Renaming is a simple task. Let's see how to do it on Android (In this instance, I am using Moto G5 Plus).
Rename a File and Folder on Android
The below are the steps for renaming a file and folder (in this instance, I am renaming the file):
Rename Multiple Files and Folders at Once on Android
Typically, the default file manager does not have the option to rename in batch.
If you want to rename multiple files at once on your Android device, then here are the steps:
You can input new name and start number. For instance, if you put the new name as the pic and leave the "Start number" intact, then your files will be renamed as pic1, pic2 and so on.
You can use the "Start number" if you wish to customize the starting number. Let's say; you set the new name as the pic and Start number like 2, then your files will be renamed as pic2, pic3 and so on. I hope you got the point.
You can input the new name which will be added as the prefix to the original file name. For instance, if you put the new name as the picture and your files name are pic1 and pic2. Your files will be renamed as picturepic1 and picturepic2.
Note: keep in mind that you can use Option 1 OR Option 2 at a time.
The third option is "Rename extension name." This option is used to change the file extension. If you do not want to change the file extension, then leave this option intact.
Note: Keep in mind that you can use above steps to rename multiple folders (OR files and folders) at once.
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How to Rename Multiple Files and Folders at Once on Android
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