Where are my gallery pictures?
It may be in your device folders. At the bottom, tap Library. Under “Photos on device,” check your device folders.
What happened to gallery on Android?
The Gallery is gone, but that’s probably a good thing
To put it lightly, Google has had a tough time communicating its photo handling strategy on Android. Depending on the Nexus or Google Play edition device you have and its OS version, you have the Gallery app, the Photos app, or sometimes both.
Where is Gallery in my mobile?
Gallery Go also works with SD cards on Android devices. Note: Gallery Go is available on Android devices.
Find photos of a person or thing
- On your Android phone, open Gallery Go .
- Tap Photos .
- At the top, tap one of the groups.
- Find the photo or video you are looking for.
Do I need both Gallery and Google Photos?
This ensures you won’t lose important pictures if you misplace your device or upgrade to a new one. While you can use both Google Photos and your built-in gallery app at the same time, you have to choose one as the default. Android makes it easy to set and change default apps by going into your device’s settings.
How do I know where my Photos are stored on my phone?
When you turn on back up and sync, your photos are stored in photos.google.com.
It may be in your device folders.
- On your Android phone or tablet, open the Google Photos app .
- At the bottom, tap Library.
- Under ‘Photos on device’, check your device folders.
Why can’t I find my gallery icon?
Check the main app drawer (the dots at bottom center of the home screen). If you can find Gallery there, just drag and drop it back onto your preferred location. Check the main app drawer (the dots at bottom center of the home screen).
What’s the difference between Google Photos and gallery go?
Like Google’s regular Photos app it uses machine learning to organize your photos. You can also use it to auto-enhance your pictures and apply filters. The difference is that Gallery Go is designed to work offline, and takes up just 10MB of space on your phone.