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Old July 13th, 2012, 06:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I get this message when in camera mode and hitting the previous picture to view it. I uninstalled some bloat including the stock ICS gallery.

Does anyone know what I need to view the previous picture? I reinstalled ICS Gallery apk. I would prefer to use Quickpic but don't know if you can alter the picture review to it. Help!

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Old July 13th, 2012, 06:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I get this message when in camera mode and hitting the previous picture to view it. I uninstalled some bloat including the stock ICS gallery.

Does anyone know what I need to view the previous picture? I reinstalled ICS Gallery apk. I would prefer to use Quickpic but don't know if you can alter the picture review to it. Help!
I am in exactly the same boat. In GB, it seemed that after choosing Quickpic as the default, the system would recognize and use that. That does not appear to be the case in ICS. With the stock gallery app disabled, there is an error when trying to view using the camera app. This is STUPID! Does anyone know a work-around?
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Me 3.....the stock moto gallery is crummy.....I disabled it and I installed 3D Gallery. I want to make it my default....I can get to picasa pics using it.
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So what should one do?
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Just remove the shortcut icon for the gallery from screen and replace it with the Quickpic one.
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That doesn't work if you are viewing the picture from the preview screen in the camera. I haven't been able to find a work around. In GB it would load quickpic, but in ics jt loads the stock gallery no matter what you set the default as
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That doesn't work if you are viewing the picture from the preview screen in the camera. I haven't been able to find a work around. In GB it would load quickpic, but in ics jt loads the stock gallery no matter what you set the default as
Anyone find a fix for this? I'm in the same boat.
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