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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by carson919, Jul 28, 2010.

  1. carson919

    carson919 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I cant figure out where these get stored? None of the shots or the whole panoramic appears in my gallery after creating one... help?

    Also how do you change it from 6 shot to 3 shot? I heard that was an option?

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  2. Kaleb Randleaxe

    Kaleb Randleaxe Android Enthusiast

    First question: Mine go along with my other pictures... Perhaps yours didn't save, somehow...

    Second question: How I take less than 6 shots is pretty simple. Let's say you want to take 3. Get the first one, and then move on the second. Do this again for the third, but instead of moving on to a fourth shot, click the camera button (all the way) again. It will cut it at 3 shots for you. I suppose this would work for 4 or 5 shots as well.
  3. carson919

    carson919 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thanks, Mine definitely dont go to my other pictures, I have to like send it to picasa or something and it doesnt appear anywhere on my phone after that?

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    That is the picture I took and I was able to upload it but only by clicking on it immediately after taking it and then saying send to picasa. If I dont click on them immediately after taking them they disappear...
  4. carson919

    carson919 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Like you know how the little preview goes in the bottom left corner? If i click on that it takes me to my camera roll, but the panoramic is not there... Must be a bug, I dont know if I have the update yet? Whats the latest version?
  5. carson919

    carson919 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Whoa thats weird, they are there, but they arent in order, its like 20 pictures back from where it should be
  6. labeledbass

    labeledbass Android Enthusiast

    I just checked my roll, "Camera Roll" to be precise, to see if the ones I took were still there. I almost thought they weren't but they are, at first glance it looks like a regular ratio picture but open it all the way, where you would normally zoom and then you will see its panoramic. If you still can't tell which one it is then just open the last pic taken and swipe each one until you reach the long thin pic.
  7. carson919

    carson919 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    The strange thing is though they dont appear in chronological order like they should
  8. mancow

    mancow Well-Known Member

    That's Android for you. It always seems to want to organize things in its own strange manner.


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