OK so I'm having a problem with getting the gallery to display anything. I have tried installing several different ROMs to include unrooting and restoring stock. The gallery just show hitting and I have pictures on their because other programs can see them. Also I have cleared data for gallery and still a no go.
So I am having huge problems with the gallery app of my new Galaxy S4. Whenever I start the gallery app, I see only see the action bar and a black screen and it takes up to 5 seconds until I see the folders with the pictures and when I click on an album, it might take more than one minute to show me the contents, which usually is just a black picture. So not even really the contents.
Whenever I go to my camera folder in my gallery app then this message appears Unfortunately, Gallery has stopped. I downloaded a gallery app from the playstore and I dont have problems with it. I need you help to fix this.
Is there a htc gallery reinstall app or something like gapps?
When I use the Galaxy S5 Gallery to view photos taken with the S5 the location data is always way off - maybe 400 or 500 metres.
If I use some other image viewer such as QuickPic or Gallery KK for the same pictures the reported location is accurate.
I'm not impressed with the Gallery app. I installed an micro SD card and loaded hundreds of pictures and videos in many folders. When I go to the Gallery app, it displays all folders on one screen. Is there a way to, first of all, not even show any files in the SD card. And secondly, is there a way to view the files in a tree/folder format instead of viewing all of them on one screen?
My google+ account synchronized with my GN Gallery app. And there is no option to delete the picture from the Gallery and its a bit annoying for me. I already removed the sync setting to my Gallery but the pictures are still there. Anyone can help me??
I am battling to implement multiple galleries inside a listview.
The listview has an adapter(BaseAdapter) which populates the list with data.
The adapter consists of a textview (which specifies the name of the gallery) and a gallery.
Within this adapter I instantiate the Gallery object and attach a new adapter (which populates the gallery with images) to the gallery object.