1. Android Central Question's Avatar
    Using a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the Gallery app, I can see the GPS data for a photo taken with the Samsung SM-N960F camera app.

    According to the post on howtogeek.com, I should be able to see the GPS data from Windows 10.

    I can't see the camera at all using the MIDI, and USB tethering connection options but I can with the Transferring images and Transferring files options. However, in both these cases I can see EXIF data but they don't include the GPS data.

    Why not? I want to be able to upload these photos to my cloud and retain the location information. TIA ... Greg
    06-11-2019 06:26 AM
  2. ManiacJoe's Avatar
    Assuming that you have the camera app setup to include your location data in the images, Windows File Explorer will show the GPS data using the Properties-details dialog.

    You may need to copy the files to your computer first to get the full viewing if the phone is not pretending to be a hard drive at a full-enough level.
    06-12-2019 03:48 PM

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