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You can find the source for this app in the Gallery2 package in AOSP. All the code for the photo editor is in src/com/android/gallery3d/filtershow. The saving is handled by tools/ImageSave.java, which has this comment explaining the behaviour (which I've formatted):- In order to support the new edit-save behavior such that user won't see the edited image ...


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It doesn't matter where you put them. A convenient place usually is the (internal or external) SD card, where you simply could create a Photos folder, and extract your photos to. The gallery app simply checks the devices media database, it doesn't check the directories directly. This database gets fed by the so-called Media Scanner, which gets triggered by ...


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Most apps, when they want to choose an image, use an implicit intent, which just says what they want to do, and doesn't specifically name the Gallery app. This means that any app that can perform that action can be started, and if you have more than one, you get the chooser to choose which to launch. This is the normal behaviour. You won't get a chooser if ...


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No, you won't be able to get it back without a backup unless you know someone with the same phone who can back it up & provide you with a copy. You also won't be able to update your system OTA in the future either, as updates check to make sure that all the apps that should be there are present. If they're not, they won't install. Freezing apps ...


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You could try JustResizeIt! It's optimized to send many pictures to many emails. You can send entire albums to all your friends. Install the free version, create a widget with many email recipients. Then open your Gallery, choose as many pictures you want, tap on Share and select JustResizeIt!. Wait the pictures to load, then just tap on the widget you ...


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It seems that copying with X-Plore causes this issue... It makes the phone re-scan the SD card, but also seems to alert it of the fact there has been a file copied. I'm unfamiliar with what's going on in the background, but I do know this; Copying a picture to a folder with a .nomedia file, with X-Plore, causes the image to show in the gallery. Copying ...


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This, and any other, folder of this kind (added automatically to Gallery, without reference to local on-device folder) is always added from Picassa, even if you have never used that service. If you're using newer versions of Android (4.1+) such folders should be marked with small Picassa icon in the bottom-right corner, where you have standard folder icon ...


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While several hints can be found in the insufficient-memory tag-wiki, you case seems a little special ­– as you report to still have ~75 MB free (3 times the limit this error should be triggered). This should even enable you to install a file manager (if you have not already done so, or a useful file manager was pre-installed). So in order to remove some ...


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NOTE: This is based on Samsung Galaxy S4 (Android 4.2.2) In Gallery, click All beside the Gallery (flower) icon. Then, press left menu button, and select Sort by latest (If you see Sort by oldest, then your pictures are already sorted by latest.


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Though it's not the identical situation, the solution which worked out for I'm seeing duplicated images and videos on Gallery might apply here as well: Go to Settings→Apps→Manage Apps Select the "All Apps" tab Find the Gallery app, open its entry, tap "clear cache" Do the same for the Media Storage app Have the Media Scanner running again. This ...


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I just solved this issue, after a lot of search The normal Picasa page takes you to Google + and it does not show the empty folders etc. you have to use Picasa mobile https://picasaweb.google.com/m login, and you can delete whatever you want



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