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I read on Retrica's website that they're aware of this problem for android 2.x devices and they're working to fix it.


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Not a full answer (came here looking for an answer myself), but here are a couple of partial solutions I figured out so far, perhaps someone else can improve upon these. First of all, temporary files for the last few photosphere sessions can be found under /sdcard/Android/data/com.google.android.gallery3d/files/panorama_sessions/. You can extract these out ...


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Check out this application to know whether it has Camera/Hardware problem - System Info Droid It provides whole summary of the device.


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Another approach: The free app IP webcam is a video streaming tool primarily, but there's also an option to fetch only a photo. It brings a webserver where /photo.png is a continuously updated resource. Since it gets refreshed each time you request it via a browser, you don't have to care about taking a picture every X minutes. You then can use port ...


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I just noticed this now. I was wondering why my Note 3 was running out of memory. I just started using the Google Camera recently. I decided to simply delete all the photos. They are automatically uploaded into Google+ Photos anyways, so I don't need to download them again and save them somewhere else. But it will make me use the Samsung camera App as my ...


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Yes, software tweaks have a massive effect on image quality, and the htc sense version was optimised for you sensor, whereas the cm app wasn't, this is the difference between a well optimised app written to play to the strengths of a specific platform, and a general app written to give a moderately good experience on average. This same thing can be applied ...


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That's my solution: Create a tasker profile that is triggered every X minutes. Its task has two actions: take a picture and save it with a static name upload the photo to a cloud storage I found FolderSync, which has a Tasker integration and it lets you upload files to many kinds of cloud storage (as title and description suggest, at least - I didn't ...


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Tasker is the way to go with this one. Or, I suppose Llama might do the trick for you as well -- As for the receiving end, automatically refreshing a browser window? You'd need a bit of javascript for that --- you would have to be hosting the image share service, yourself - which I don't think you're going to do.. right? You could, after all, have a ...


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Some camera apps improve the photos taken, but it's usually on a case-to-case basis. Some phones have limited / low-quality hardware and won't benefit from 3rd-party apps. Others have high-quality hardware, but poor camera software. It's difficult to recommend a specific app. I have a Samsung Galaxy S4 and have installed the following: Camera Zoom FX, ...


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The stock camera app doesn't allow such manual adjustments, so you'll probably need a 3rd-party app such as DSLR Camera Pro $3, Shot Control $3 with a free demo or Camera FV-5 $5 with a free demo. This will let you manually adjust the shutter speed, aperture, ISO, etc like a DSLR.


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Yes you can use your android phone to act as a remote shutter for certain digital cameras. Helicon Remote, Remote Release and DslrDashboard are popular apps that uses USB OTG cable to control various Canon and Nikon DSLRs. EOS Remote is an app from Canon tailormade for its EOS series for DSLRs but it makes of use of wifi though. The only application with ...


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These types of remote shutters usually rely on a more standard 3.5mm jack to plug into the camera. The only Bluetooth solution I know of is this: http://www.amazon.com/Satechi-Bluetooth-Wireless-EOS-D2000-Compatible/dp/B00ANWQMWK but unfortunately it looks like its only for Canon DSLRs with a hotshoe.


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Unfortunately the Google Camera app does not natively support saving pictures/videos/panoramas to SD Card. I am guessing that this goes with Google's general stance against SD cards in general. If your device is not rooted, you are stuck with having to manually move the images/videos. For rooted devices, there is a work-around to this limitation. Xposed ...


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Install a file manager like ES File Explorer and manually move the captured images to a directory on your SD card. Only way around this ridiculous restriction I believe. You would have to do this each time you use the camera obviously.



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