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Master Geek
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Topic # 114743 1-Mar-2013 12:33
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Hi Ya

I am unable to post/email/MMS/Facebook images directly from my Samsung Galaxy SII gallery.

I only have two options available to me, where as one week ago, I was posting pictures to Facebook and sending photos to my email all the time.

Please see the photo.

Any suggestion?


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 773617 2-Mar-2013 12:40
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Have you tried a different gallery app? I suggest QuickPic, it's very fast and has some really nice features.

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  Reply # 773629 2-Mar-2013 14:17
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Its the same on gbread 2.3.6

Go back a step, to the thumb view. Press and hold on it instead (then also lets you select multiple) and select share for the full list



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  Reply # 774100 4-Mar-2013 08:38
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Oblivian: Its the same on gbread 2.3.6

Go back a step, to the thumb view. Press and hold on it instead (then also lets you select multiple) and select share for the full list


Hi, I have tried this - It does seem to work, but a pain that the feature is now missing from the individual images in the gallery.

I will also try a different app for it and see how it foes.

Cheers

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