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There is an app for that. PhotoSync (Sync to Picasa) automatically syncs local folder to Picasaweb, so you can select your camera folder. It's free and not so huge as G+ app. You can set your local folder and Picasa folder and sync them on eg. hourly basis.


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I believe this is now possible if you sign up to Google+. Install the Google+ app. Open it. Then under Menu->Settings there is an Instant Upload option with the following description: "Automatically upload new photos & videos to a private web albumn." There are also a bunch of settings to control it under Instant Upload Settings. When you activate ...


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No. The blogger images showed up because they're hosted in Picasa which is integrated into the Android gallery. But as a workaround you could host your images on Picasa and link to them from your blog.


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Not possible at this time. This answer in the Google support forums indicates that it can't be done, but that it will be forwarded on as a feature request.


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With the big Google Plus push this past year, Google have been slowly moving to retire Picasa Web Albums entirely. First, they made it so that all of your Picasa albums are available via Google+ Photos, then they've set Picasa 3 desktop application's sharing options to Google+ as the default, then they even started redirecting ...


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Solution found! Open GALLERY Select My Library Open up the album that has the photos you want. Press the MENU key ( the one that is left of the home key) Push the 'SELECT MULTIPLES' Then select the photos you want to upload (the pics selected will have a green box with a white checkmark displayed on it). Press the MENU key again, choose QUICK UPLOAD to ...


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You need to install the Gallery 3D app. It's not available on the market but here is a link for the APK which you will need to download to your SD card and install manually (use Astro, or similar). (Dmitriy already gave this answer but I had the link & wasn't sure you'd seen my comment so I've added this as an answer too)


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Here's what you have to do: Go into the Gallery Long click on a photo, choose "Share" and then choose "Picasa" On the "upload photo" screen add a new album, then upload the photo (it doesn't matter what album, you just need to add one to create a new folder in Picasa. This is the trick to linking your phone and your Picasa Web Albums). After it's done ...


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There is an application called 3D Gallery. This application supports using Picasa from the google account. After installing and launching it will ask you for permission to access picasa and then you will browse the online library as if its local with options to copy.


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I have a T-Mobile Vibrant and when I was running the Stock Samsung 2.1 TouchWiz I did not have this option to sync to Picasa. But I am now running a 2.2 ROM and I can sync it. I would say to try to log in to picasa via your PC first, and maybe upload a photo, create a gallery, things like that. Then go back in to your device and see if you can sync it. You ...


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You can sync Picasa albums to the web via a setting in the software on your computer. Google gives you a little storage for free. Then on your phone you under Settings->Accounts and Sync, select the Google account and tick Sync Picasa Web Albumns. Next time you open the Gallery app, it will show all the photos that have been uploaded to the web.


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Do I understand that your goal here is to save a single picture for offline viewing? If you access your photo via the stock browser rather than the Picasa app, you can long press on any image to bring up a menu of options including "save image" -- that will download the image to your SD Card. I'm surprised that Picasa doesn't offer a similar option inside ...


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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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I believe there is no such feature available. You can either enable the sync which will sync all your albums or to not to sync at all.


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You can do this via WiFi, using a remote management app like e.g. AirDroid or, when on Windows, MyPhoneExplorer. There are a lot more apps like this, and they give you the added benefit of being able to manage a lot of other things remotely -- as e.g. reading/writing SMS, managing apps/contacts/ringtones, copying files between your device and your computer, ...


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That is described at the Google Support page for Picasa as a limitation, even if you're currently paying for extra space, that doesn't allow you to have image files larger than 2048 pixels on their longest edge: Picasa and Picasa Web Albums - Free storage limits Free storage limits Photos up to 2048 x 2048 pixels and videos up to 15 minutes won't ...


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I would bite the bullet and install the Google+ app. In addition to Instant Upload, the Google+ app will give you unlimited storage of the photos that are uploaded via Instant Upload: All photos uploaded in Google+ will be automatically resized to 2048 pixels (on their longest edge) and won't count towards your free storage quota. Source: ...


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Found the problem. It's not that Picasa wasn't there as a share option, but rather it was not visible. There were too many items installed that offer this intent, and the Gallery application does not have a scrollable menu. This is apparently a known bug and it's been there for quite a while so it doesn't look like it's going to get fixed either. I now use a ...


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The Picfolio App from Google Play downloads Picasa photos and thumbnails to my external SDCard. In settings, you specifiy which Picasa Web albums you want to cache on your phone and where to put them, external SDCard or internal. Display still works when both WiFi and 4G data services are turned off on my Samsung Galaxy II (Gingerbread 2.3). (You have to ...


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JustPictures! might be the app for you. It has excellent support for Picasa Web Albums and lets you download (sync) full albums to your phone. You can also save individual photos to your SD Card (open a photo, press menu, select save photo). Highly recommended. One limitation is that you may struggle to open other people's albums. Related link.


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The HTC Hub suggestion put me in the right direction. I enabled the plugin when I was not using Picasa Web. Since Google+ I do, but the plugin said my google account was not linked to picasa web. Uninstalling and reinstalling did the trick.


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I had the same problem after having updated my incredible S to Gingerbread. I do not know if it was some kind of luck, but the following fixed the problem: uninstall the picasa plugin (go to HTC Hub/plugins) parameters/applications/manage/Gallery -> force the gallery application to stop. Go back to HTC Hub/plugins and install again the Picasa plugin. ...


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Ok, not a real final answer, but this is what happened. I had another problem with the gallery, described here: Not all images showing up in gallery In following all the advice there I have Removed data from "gallery" application in menu->settings->applications Removed the .thumbnails directory from /DCIM Removed data from gallery app again. Shut down the ...


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This is a bit of a stab in the dark from stuff I've read, but here goes... I believe that the uploading is done through the generic Android/Google/Picasa features but HTC have their own gallery app that relies on an additional plugin to display Picasa Web Albums. Go to the HTC Hub app, settings -> sync and make sure you have the sync option checked for HTC ...


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It works for me. I just tried using the "Share" command to upload a geotagged photo from my Android phone to Picasa, and I can see the map on the Picasa website. I am using an HTC Dream with Android 1.6


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This app does it using a pixelpipe account (auto-upload, not sync). There are some which do this through dropbox. For some reason, this is still not directly possible using picasa.



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