- Nexus7 & uploading pictutes to Picasa, easy or not?
Download Nexus Media Importer from the Play store and get an OTG lead from Amazon, they’re only a couple of quid.
Or try just connecting your camera directly to the Nexus, my Fuji just simply connects and import images pops up.
I don’t use Picasa so can offer no advice there.
I do however upload all my photo’s to copy.com which knocks drop box into a cocked hat.Posted 4 years ago
unfortunately where you used to be able to upload direct from the android gallery to your picasaweb albums, that got pulled about a week ago. Fortunately I had picasatool installed ages ago, but wasnt using it. Now it gets used all the time.
Google are desperate to get people using google+. They just cant bear to admit it’s a horrible interface. So they force people to use google+ to access what used to be standalone google functions. for example, if you want to use vid calls for multiple users you need to use hangout, which can only be done theough google+. Picasaweb got elbowed into the dark corner so people would use google+ for photo sharing, when most people want to use it for photo hosting. Then the made youtube comments google+ – and did what was wonderfully described as “the only way google could make youtube comments worse”. Unfortunately google arent known for their humility or u-turning. So we’re stuck with it, and will keep using workarounds until they block them fully.Posted 4 years ago
Fit’s wrang with your phone pete?
If I was writing a long journal entry I couldn’t be arsed trying to type it all out on a phone key board. My fingers and thumbs are not teenage girl sized.
The only issue I’ve had with the iPad is my inability to upload photos to Picasa from it. For touring I like my wee compact camera, I find it a bit more versatile than my phone camera.Posted 4 years ago
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