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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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The system itself AFAIK doesn't expose a GUI element to do so. However, you have multiple options to trigger the Media Scanner: Reboot the device (not that convenient) unmounting/remounting the SD card (via Settings; better, but still not convenient) using one of the apps/widgets available in the app stores. One that's reportedly working with Kitkat is SD ...


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Setting - app - gallery force stop and clear cache. Gallery will reload all those media.


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The solution to your problem, Augustin, is in two steps: As discussed above you have to delete .nomedia file by connecting phone to computer. Once you are done with that, come back to your phone. Go to storage in the Settings and do 'UnMount SD Card'. Wait for few seconds and do 'Mount SD Card' and thats it. All your photos, videos will now be listed in ...


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Quick Reduce Photo-a completely free app to compress any number of photos https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mobso.photoreducer


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I had a bad apk. Got a new one, works fine.


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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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go to settings/storage/pictures & videos and start to delete items after you delete a few you can then go to the camera and now access it normally.


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If you really want .nomedia to do its job, follow these 3 steps : •  add a .nomedia to whichever folders you choose •  flush your photo gallery app's cache/data using your device's app mgr •  download/install a free media scanner app from the market (there are several) and invoke it … this last step will rebuild the photo gallery's cache/data… CORRECTLY ...


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use quick pick or f-stop or any other gallery manager apps



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