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  1. Kaylesh

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    I'm brand new to LG full stop.. I just got my LG G5 a few days ago and was out playing about with the camera toys today..
    Need help to find where I can find where the multiview and popout photos are saved?

    Ta Much
     

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    Speaking from the T-Mobile version:
    Go to your camera.
    Tap the 3 dots in the upper right corner.
    Tap "auto"
    Tap "Mode" (between the gears and camera icon)
    You should see the popout and other options from there.
     
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    Thanks but I didn't ask where the options themselves were found those easily. . I asked where the photos themselves that are taken are saved.. :)
     
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    Oops sorry bout that. You can save them to your phone internal memory or your sd card.
    If in your phone memory you should be able to access it by tapping on your file manager icon/internal storage/camera.

    If in your sd card tap your file manager/sd card/camera.

    You can also just edit them in your gallery...
     
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    Ta Kahn..
    Either I did something wrong with trying to take them at the beginning or I just wasn't paying attention.. lol I just tried it again and viola they are where they should be .. Again Ta.
     
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    Some devices,the pix won't show up in the gallery until after a reboot of the phone (if memory serves me correctly,this phone has the same oddity).

    Try using this gallery app,it should fix that issue:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.moblynx.galleryics&hl=en

    If that doesn't do the trick,an older version of the app should do the trick,directly from the app developers website:
    http://www.moblynx.com/
     
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    I'm pretty sure it was that I hadn't rebooted the phone.. Now that i'm thinking back..
     
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    This is just a peculiarity (with LG, I believe) & not SOP with most other Android mfgs.
    Who knows why, one would think fixing this would cut down on support requests to LG............
     
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