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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jmatteis, Nov 12, 2014.

  1. jmatteis

    jmatteis Well-Known Member
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    I am sure I used to be able to do this but now I don't have the same option. I used to open a pic from an email attachment, received in Mymail (app), then I could click the 3 dots (options) and save the image. Now it has the following options... I click on the dots, and get save as, share, or open in. If I click save as, I get the option to save to extsdcard or "0".
    or if I click the little download icon, it instantly saves to /storage/emulated/0/download. I have no idea what changed, but this is annoying. If click the download, it doesn't show up in my gallery.
    I recently copied the files from my Lexar sd card and then pasted them to a new Samsung SD card, and inserted it. So, not sure if that is the problem... but I put the old card back in, with the files as they were, and it is still the same.
    Any thoughts? Anyone using mymail, that knows???

    Edit - so just checked and now it appears to be downloading to the gallery but if anyone does know what the issue may have been, please still let me know.
     



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