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This sounds like Google+'s Auto-Awesome smile feature. If you took multiple similar photos then Auto-Awesome will attempt to create a composite picture with the best smiles. Unfortunately in your case it appears to have thought that your niece and daughter were sufficiently similar that it put your daughters smile onto your niece. You can see more ...


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Using the Photos app, tap the hamburger menu (the three bars in the upper left corner), scroll down and choose On Device. You should be able to delete these without touching the backup. If you are prompted Delete Everywhere, select cancel, you are in the wrong place. You could also use a file explorer app, such as ES File Explorer. Your photos are stored in ...


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You need to go to Google+ app and delete your photos from there.


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Try this out. To summarize the steps in the link: Resize the pic you want to use to 561×561. Save it in /sdcard/WhatsApp/Profile Pictures on your phone. Then rename it to your friend's phone number, including country code first. (If Jenny lived in Manhattan, her filename would be 12128675309.jpg) Reopen WhatsApp and the picture should be there.


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You can do this: Press the menu button Settings>Automatic Backups Backup all photos now


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Move all your existing photos into a different directory anywhere else. Then just be sure to not allow Google Photos to backup folders. It will by default grab just the DCIM/Camera folder. Gallery/other file managers will still have full accessibility.


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I was having that problem until I turned on Save Location, then the time stamp became exactly the right time.


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Yes, your photos are in Lost folder, rename them with .jpg extension, then they will appear again, now move them to camera folder.


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On my android 4.4.2 tablet running the app "messaging 4.40.150" do a long hold on the message body not the photo. It opens a dialogue which allows saving the attachment. It was easy after that.


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Yes this is how things work. Google+ does not sync photos, it backs them up online. It is a one way action from your device to Google+.



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