Gallery Disorganised & UntidySupport


  1. andygeog

    andygeog Active Member

    OK, I'm sure this has been asked before but it doesn't seem to have been answered; and with Android technology/apps moving on all the time I thought I'd throw it back out there.

    I currently use Smugmug for my 20gb of photos but I am keen to give Picasa a go because, well, it's made by Google and Google are awesome.

    I would have thought that the integration of Picasa and Android would be done seamlessly in the stock Gallery but I have gripes with the Gallery in that everytime I install an App that has a lot of images it seems to clutter up my poor Gallery even more, here is a screenshot of about a fifth of my gallery:

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    Is there any way to tidy this up so that only my Phone Camera images and selected Picasa albums show up?

    If not, what is your Gallery App of choice?

    Andy

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  2. rtb35

    rtb35 Well-Known Member

    Just use a file manager like astro file manager to create a new folder called .nomedia then put whatever you do not want showing up in your gallery in that folder.
  3. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member Developer

    Actually, I think any folder that contains a folder (or file of any type) called .nomedia is excluded.
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  4. Usta

    Usta Well-Known Member

    I use QuickPic as a gallery replacement app. Much better and doesn't have the mess of the Gallery.
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  5. andygeog

    andygeog Active Member

    Thank God you just said that!

    I just added a folder called .nomedia on my SD and wondered why all my pics were not showing up in the gallery!

    I've now altered it and placed a .nomedia file in the apps that aren't needed in the gallery.

    Much tidier, thanks for your help!
  6. rtb35

    rtb35 Well-Known Member

    SUroot to the rescue once again sorry andy my bad.
  7. Kibbster

    Kibbster Well-Known Member

    Excellent app, also allows you to hide folders without creating a no media file.
    Thanks, much more reliable than the 3D gallery as well :)
  8. atmasters

    atmasters Well-Known Member

    I have been using Quickpic for some time now and did not even know I could hide files lol thanks for the idea

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