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    I took some panorama shots yesterday and now can't find them in my phone. Also did not upload to dropbox. These are the first pans I have taken since updating to kitkat, have I missed something new here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hitsmanj View Post
    I took some panorama shots yesterday and now can't find them in my phone. Also did not upload to dropbox. These are the first pans I have taken since updating to kitkat, have I missed something new here?
    there will be a folder called DCIM , look there
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    Quote Originally Posted by mobilecrackers View Post
    there will be a folder called DCIM , look there
    Looked there, no luck. Apparently they did not save, I did a test pan this morning and found it in my gallery as usual. Test pan uploaded to dropbox. I might have exited camera too quickly? But can't imagine having done that on both pics.
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    Yes that will absolutely happen if you don't wait to see the blue bar go to 100% (at the bottom of the picture) before you exit out of the camera.

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    Lightbulb Re: panorama shots not saved

    I found an odd storage location for panoramas. I was doing a file search for all .jpg images on my Nexus 5, and it popped up. Inside are the several images that compose a photosphere, as well as photosphere metadata.

    This is where I found it:

    Computer\Nexus 5\Internal storage\Android\data\com.google.android.GoogleCamera\files\panorama_sessions\session_20140908_203106

    So you should look inside Android-->data-->com.google.android.GoogleCamera-->files-->panorama_sessions to find the panorama and photosphere files. I suspect that these are just the raw data, and that there is a composite image in the regular image save location.

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    Default Re: panorama shots not saved

    Hi!

    No, I had made sure that the bar showed 100% after clicking the PANO, and I still am unable to find at least three that I remember taking. They are not in DCIM, and they are not in the folder at the end of the path you suggested. What else can I do? Thanks in advance!

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