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React Native – How to store captured images other folder instead of Pictures folder

I have created a simple app which captured the image and upload to the AWSs3. I want to store those image in my app folder. (I have created this once my app installed). I want to store captured images to that folder instead of the Pictures folder. I am using react-native-image-picker to capture the image.

My code is,

import ImagePicker from 'react-native-image-picker';
import RNFS from 'react-native-fs';
takePic = () => {

    const options = {
      quality: 1.0,
      maxWidth: 100,
      maxHeight: 100,
      base64: true,
      skipProcessing: true
  }
  const pictureFolder = RNFetchBlob.fs.dirs.SDCardDir+'/Pictures/Text/';
    ImagePicker.launchCamera(options,(responce)=>{

        this.state.testImage.push({ uri: responce.uri });
          const file ={
            uri   : responce.uri,
            name :DeviceInfo.getUniqueID()+'_'+this.props.longitude+'_'+this.props.latitude+'_'+this.state.capturedTime+'_'+this.state.schoolId+'_'+this.state.userId+'_'+this.state.SelectedClass+'_'+this.state.SelectedSection+'_'+this.state.SelectedSubject+'.jpg',
            method: 'POST',
            //path : pictureFolder+responce.fileName,
            path : responce.path,
            type :  responce.type,
            notification: {
                enabled: true
              }
          }

          console.log(pictureFolder);
      });

(I have updated only part of the code). I tried to mention the destination directory externally using react-native-fs. But I did not.

Can anyone assist me to do so?


React Native – How to store captured images other folder instead of Pictures folder
React Native – How to store captured images other folder instead of Pictures folder
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