Is there a way to get photosphere on a NONE ROOTED phone? I went the google search and found nothing. Any ideas?
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on 01/27/2013 – Made popular on 01/27/2013
I have Google Cardboard which works great with Photosphere. I've created a few of my own, but I'd really like to get some spectacular images (e.g. Times Square, Grand Canyon etc) to install on my phone to demonstrate to people.
Hello, indeed I am completely new to app creation and hopefully despite my lack of knowledge I can get some advice and direction here. Google already have a photosphere viewing app within their Google Cardboard release. There's also an app for the same purpose named Photosphere HD.
All of the sudden, I attempted to use Photosphere on my N10 and the 3D grid is doing barrel rolls uncontrollably. I shut down, restarted and the same thing happened. It's as if the gyro or whatever sensor is not working, whatever it is it prevents me from taking a Photosphere.
I have a photosphere that I want to edit but I'm wondering if doing that, when you save the edited image, will it lose the photosphere data/tags inside the image and no longer be seen as a photosphere by the phone? Does anyone know if you can edit it with photoshop?
I recently installed the GalleryGoogle.apk taken from the Google Play Edition of the Samsung GS4 on my GT-i9505 GS4.
All of my 360° Photosphere images are only 2Mb total each, I havent found any way to change this to a higher
resolution, is this possible? Is it different on other stock versions of Google's Photosphere? I am using the 13 megapixel setting.