#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


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#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #samsung #camera #google-photos My Galaxy A71 photos aren't being picked up in Google Photos

Bounty: 50

I’ve got a relatively new Galaxy A71. With all my previous Android phones, my camera photos automatically got picked up in Google Photos. This phone, for some reason, doesn’t work that way; if I want my photos to upload to Google, I have to select and share them manually. Inside Google Photos itself, in the section to select "Device folders", it tells me "Your camera folder is automatically backed up." But, fact: it’s not.

How do I fix this?


Get this bounty!!!

#StackBounty: #google-photos #geolocation Adding location data to Google Photos

Bounty: 50

In Google Photos, when I view an individual photo in my web browser and click on the “i” (with a circle around it) to bring up the photo info, at the bottom of the info it says “Where was this taken?” I click on this and it brings up a dialogue box that says “Edit location” with a space to enter a location. I enter the latitude and longitude (because there is no close place name and I want to enter exactly where it was taken, not miles away), which I obtained from Google Maps, but nothing happens. I hit enter to commit the location, and still, nothing happens. It won’t save my location! If I just close the dialogue, it is still asking me where the photo was taken.

Eventually, I would like to automate this process, as I have GPS data that I can correlate the time the picture was taken to the lat/long I was at at the time. How can I get Google Photos to accept this information?

Update: One extra reason for wanting to add GPS coordinates is that I have a lot of pictures for which I know the exact address, but for whatever reason, Google Photos refuses to recognize the address, even when I copy it directly from Google Maps!


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#StackBounty: #google-photos #gps Adding location data to Google Photos

Bounty: 50

In Google Photos, when I view an individual photo in my web browser and click on the “i” (with a circle around it) to bring up the photo info, at the bottom of the info it says “Where was this taken?” I click on this and it brings up a dialog box that says “Edit location” with a space to enter a location. I enter the latitude and longitude (because there is no close place name and I want to enter exactly where it was taken, not miles away), which I obtained from Google Maps, but nothing happens. I hit enter to commit the location, and still nothing happens. It won’t save my location! If I just close the dialog, it is still asking me where the photo was taken.

Eventually I would like to automate this process, as I have GPS data that I can correlate the time the picture was taken to the lat/lon I was at at the time. How can I get Google Photos to accept this information?

Update: One extra reason for wanting to add GPS coordinates is that I have a lot of pictures for which I know the exact address, but for whatever reason, Google Photos refuses to recognize the address, even when I copy it directly from Google Maps!


Get this bounty!!!