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  1. Unicorn1259

    Unicorn1259 Lurker
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  2. Droidking

    Droidking Member

    Wrong thread,bro. Check out the droid incredible thread. this for the D1.
     
  3. Unicorn1259

    Unicorn1259 Lurker
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    sorry, I'm new here. :(
     
  4. blackvyper

    blackvyper Well-Known Member



    The what?
     
  5. Appears to be the "Apps" thread/forum to me. ;)
     
  6. Sorry, I did not answer your question, Unicorn.
    Cool Iris is a cool (no pun) photo viewer. Unfortunately it is not available for your DI. I have not seen anything yet on them developing for any of the droids besides the nexus. But, who knows. There maybe a similar app for the droid. But, haven't found it ...yet.
     
  7. Super Noob

    Super Noob Well-Known Member

    This worked on my Samsung Moment and HTC Evo so it should work on your Droid Incredible. It will take awhile for the pictures to fly smoothly on the first use, but works pretty good after that.

    The app is called gallery flan: gallery_flan.apk - 4shared.com - online file sharing and storage - download
     
  8. DaWeav

    DaWeav Android Enthusiast

    Quick search androidforums, XDA, or Google for 'gallery3D' or 'gallery_flan'. I'm running Gallery3D (aka com.cooliris.media) which shows me my online Picasa gallery albums.
     
  9. Super Noob

    Super Noob Well-Known Member

    Forgot to mention that it will request permission to access your Picassa account because it will show those pics too. You will have 2 gallery apps, so drag the 3D one onto a home screen if you want.
     
  10. Crodley

    Crodley Android Enthusiast

    Is there a link to the official place to download this from? I don't want to unintentionally pirate something, matey. ;)
     
  11. lexluthor

    lexluthor Android Expert

    With the coolris 3d gallery (running on my Droid X), is there any way to tell it which folder to look for pictures in? Right now, it's pulling pictures from all over, and I only want it to pull pictures from the folder where the camera stores it's pictures.
     
  12. supersaki

    supersaki Android Enthusiast

    It's the stock gallery app from 2.1, I thought. You should have it already unless HTC replaced it with something of their own. [Edit: It's possible I've been using custom ROMs too long. They've all had this included since the first 2.1 leak (which was for the Nexus One)].It isn't warez however, it's open-source. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=675128 has a link to download it for the incredible.

    you can create a '.nomedia' file (blank text file with that as the name), and place it in the folders you don't want the gallery (or music player) to pull from. I've heard it can be any file with a . (period) in front of the filename, and it will work. Note that if you put one in the root of your sdcard, it won't show any files from your sdcard in your gallery.
     
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  13. c58

    c58 Newbie

    so what is the best gallery app available? the default one i have is terrible
     
  14. supersaki

    supersaki Android Enthusiast

    What phone do you have? I've found the Gallery3d to be more than adequate.
     
  15. c58

    c58 Newbie

    im using an lg gw620 but i recently bought an archos 5 internet tablet with android which is where i want to browse my photos but the default one is pretty bad
     
  16. Super Noob

    Super Noob Well-Known Member

    There is no official download, that was from a rom dump and has been posted on many android forums and articles. Here is one of the earlier sites (dated February of this year), but probably not the original:

    UPDATED: Give your Motorola DROID some 2.1 love'n (Phone Arena News)

    By the way, the 3D multitouch is the same as the Gallery flan.
     
  17. lexluthor

    lexluthor Android Expert

    Great tip!

    Hadn't seen that before.

    The gallery was pulling all of these .jpg attachments from Touchdown (email program). I just put .nomedia in the touchdown folder and it's all gone from the gallery.

    Thanks!
     
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