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Google decided to remove the Gallery app, replacing it by the "Photos" app.


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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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Place in every directory, you want to be excluded by the media scanner, an empty file named ".nomedia". Then restart your phone and the 'marked' directories should not be indexed any more.


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rename the album cover to "folder.jpg", and it will be skipped. You can save the rest of the album art in a nested folder with ".nomedia" inside it.


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Take a look at Titanium Backup, it will backup all the data saved in the Contacts app and Gallery app and you can either transfer it to a new phone, or extract the sql-lite db's contained in the backup and (hopefully) get your data into a spreadsheet or something. (as mentioned here) An alternative method (without root) is to use the adb backup command. ...


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the answer is you can't ,because the "preview" button action is hard coded in the stock camera app as a link to the right activity in the stock gallery app it sends an intent with the path to the jpeg image to the stock gallery ,the link is not an intent that can be received by third party apps ,even if you try deleting the stock gallery app the preview ...


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I unlike cloud backup because of high priced internet plans in my country, and the answer by Lord Ralf Adolf didn't work for my device somehow. Ultimately, I had to find a solution which is supposed to be no pain only gain. Here we go with one mentioned below. Notes: The solution requires a USB cable, MTP enabled (available in Android 4.xx and 5.xx) in ...


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depending on your operating system you can use Picture managers programs I will list two free software one for windows and one for linux (I am a linux user so may be the linux methode is better ) under windows (any version in the screen shots it will be XP was the easiest to get on a virtual machine ) Picassa : a powerful image manager and editor with a ...


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Not displaying a *.gif image is more-likely related to the application you are trying to view the image with, rather than being device specific. Take a look on the Google PlayStore for an alternative picture/gallery application. I know of one called "GIF Player" which could be of use in the worst-case scenario.


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There are a number of photo apps that will let you edit exif data on the android. This one specifically does the data: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.teapps.exiftageditor, some do other pieces of editing, some sort your files for you, etc, etc. Take a look around for one that works well with your particular image work flow. Wikipedia ...


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With the Note 3 do the following: Open -settings -General -accounts -Google uncheck'Sync Picasa Web Albums' The "gallery" button is found in General> applications manager Select All Scroll down and select Gallery Tap Clear Data


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You can reset the default application settings in settings > apps > [your app] > "launch by default"


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The easiest and fastest way to move over pictures/albums from your phone to your computer is using a USB cable and connecting your device to your computer. If you have a Windows PC, your device should automatically come up. If you have a Mac. You will need to download a tool called Android File Transfer. I will provide you with the links below. Anyways, ...


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There could be multiple culprits – and depending on which it is in your case, the solution is different: The camera app: Try different camera apps, there are plenty good choices to select from. There might be a bug in the camera app, corrupting the file on saving it. Storage: Photos can be stored to internal or external SDCard. Your external card could ...


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No worries , the same had happened even with me . And i did as follows Solution 1 Note :Do the steps for both Internal and external Card -> Go to File manager -> Android -> Data -> com.android.gallery3d . Delete this folder ( com.android.gallery3d ) in both internal and external card . Then do the next step . -> Go to Settings -> Apps / Application ...


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I know this doesn't answer your exact question. You'll save yourself a lot of time and effort going with another picture app such as QuickPic It's fast and customizable, and you can select which folders to include OR exclude :) Do yourself a favor and disable Gallery.


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Today I had the same question. I copied a directory full of pictures from an SD card to the Android's phone internal storage, using a downloaded File Manager app, then removed the SD card. In the gallery, the pictures were not found, even after reboot. But after a minute or five, the pictures started to appear in the Gallery. My conclusion is that Gallery ...



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