I am using cordova 3.5 and want to take a picture from camera and show it on bootstrap modal. In my application there is a button that will show bootstrap modal and let you choose to take a picture from camera or gallery. After you choose you will send to camera (if you choose camrea) or gallery (if you choose gallery). It works fine until this step.
In my app, I' using Tab. There are three tabs. In which 3rd tab is Activity group which has two activities. In first activity, there are two options for user. User can choose image from camera or from gallery. After selecting an image, user should move to child activity, which will display selected image in that activity. Till this app is working fine.
Hello, new user here, can anyone explain to me, why DropBox creates new folder in my Gallery (Camera Uploads), and duplicates every photo of my Camera folder?
Basically now I've got the same photos on my PC, Gallery-Camera AND Gallery-Camera Uploads.
In a part of an app I'm building the user should take an image / pick one from the gallery. The thing is, the image must be oriented horizontally. I would like to show the user a hint on-screen to flip his device if he is holding it in portarit, like google is doing in their new camera app (only in video mode, though)
Is it possible to do this without creating my own camera activity?
Here, I have to select an image from gallery or camera. When user selects image from gallery, that selected image should be displayed to next activity. But here these both activities are under the same tab, say tab A. Means in tab A there are two activities. In first activity, user has two options to select image either from gallery or from camera.
My Note II Gallery app syncs with Photos in my Dropbox (i.e., any picture file in my Dropbox shows up in my Gallery) which is great and all, but when I have the Camera Upload feature activated, it also syncs those photos (which I took using my Note II), making their presence in my Gallery kinda redundant.
Is there any way for the photos in my Camera Upload f
Dropbox has issued an update to their app for Android users that fixes a couple small issues creating big problems for some users. First, when Android 4.4.2 was released, it created a problem for Dropbox users trying to upload images taken with their camera. The other issue that the Dropbox development team addressed involved uploads from the gallery.