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You may choose to show or not all images from Drive to Google Photo, not individual one. There's a Google Drive setting in Photo for that. There's also an analogue setting in Drive, to show images from Photo. You may turn off the setting in Photo and turn on the Drive one, so you may upload images in Drive if you want to not show it in Photo or upload them ...
I achieved this using Google Photos and Drive. I activated, in Google Drive, the Google Photo folder, then I shared it with my wife. If she do the same you can see each other photos from Drive "shared with you" folder. Activating also "Google Drive" from Photo settings and adding shared folder in Google Drive (from context menu on the folder) should also ...
The application needed to do this is Google Photos. Installing that solved the problem.
This is a pretty vague question (if you could modify to explain other details it would help, such as locations where images are working, how long after reboot does it stop working, etc) but it just sounds like an issue with Androids tmp folder used for "caching" images for quicker viewing. This can be caused by deleting tmp, or by system IO errors on the ...
As mentioned in @w3dk 's answer, you can't see any difference because you can't see any difference. As in, your eyes literally can not differentiate between the detail of the picture on either the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S6, because in either case, the picture resolution comes close to the eye's limit of resolution (the minimum angular separation of 2 ...
Displaying a smaller image than the device is capable of is not going to "deteriorate" the quality of the image, it's just not going to be as good as what the device is capable of. The example image (2310 x 1300) you state should certainly appear "better" on the S6 than the SIII since the image is larger than what the SIII can display so must be scaled down. ...
On my S4 with Verizon's version of Lollipop, this option isn't in the settings menus; it's one of the entries under the "Mode" button on the actual viewfinder screen.
Works also in Total Commander, an otherwise very clever and powerful two pan file manager: long-tab the icon of the first file, in the menu choose SELECT or DESELECT, glide till the other end of the range, tap the last desired icon, and voila!
If you have hidden images through gallery app, their name is Changed to start with a "." Download a file Explorer like Es-file Explorer. I'm menu - >tools->show hidden files. Then select those pics and batch rename them. If the name is " .name.jpg" change them to name.jpg Hope that helps.
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