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So far I didn't find any Android phone that does similar thing. However if you are OK with 3rd-party albums, here's one that seems to do exactly what you want. It's not as fast as iPhone but the performance is quite acceptable. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.atomicadd.fotos


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As photosphere pictures are just "normal" jpg-files, you just have to download the photosphere image. If you use android you can view photosphere images with the google+ app. There is no real download-button, but you can use the share button and then send the picture to your email-adress for example. The standard android gallery viewer will open the picture ...


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Same here. It is just not supported. Only the web interface allows it. On Android only single photos work. Btw, a little info text says copying won't count against your quota. So then it really is like a tag.


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I read on Retrica's website that they're aware of this problem for android 2.x devices and they're working to fix it.


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The setting at the domain level was the issue. I enabled it, and it starting working a few hours later. This shouldn't be an issue for standard Google accounts - just Google Apps accounts.


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After photos are added, they need to be scanned by the media-scanner before they'll show up in Gallery and other apps. Normally, the app that creates the photo asks the media scanner directly to add the new photo, but in this case, because you've removed the .nomedia yourself, nothing has yet triggered the file to be scanned. You can find apps to trigger ...


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The "Copy to Album" icon disappears when you select a video as part of photos. So apparently you cannot copy videos to a new album on the phone. This makes sense because copying creates a new file which takes up as much space as the original file. Videos can take up anywhere from 100Mbs to 1000Mbs. Since both the space on the phones and the free space ...



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