1. ASD Dad's Avatar
    OK, I have searched all over the forums and the web for above issue and I can only find answers for every phone BUT the LG G2... Driving me batty. The G2 is relatively new to me, I have had it about a month now. I was a long time Apple user and got tired of the iOS 8 bugs and issues plus my old iPhone was dying rapidly. My first smartphones were always Droids so I decided to come back and try them again. Overall I am very happy with the G2! Have had zero issues and been able to just play around with settings and menus to get things working smoothly. Until yesterday.

    I was sending photos from the Gallery App to family through my Yahoo and Work accts. When I went to send the last one I accidentally hit "Always" for send as Original File Size. Normally I pick the size I want to send for each photo and it helps when sending multiples or if it's just a quick share and I dont need to send a monster file.

    So... How do I get it reset from Always to back to asking me what size to send?!?

    I tried resetting Gallery Data. Gallery Cache. I reset my email account settings for all my accounts. I even went so far as to delete my Yahoo account completely and reload everything.

    Reading about other phones like the Galaxy or Note when this happens they have a section under Email Accounts under "Compose and Send" or something like that and can reset the issue there. I cant find anything like that.

    Thanks for any help. I've been lurking here a while getting tips and tricks and have found everything with searches. This issue I cant find...
    03-23-2015 03:10 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    No idea where to chang it in the particular email app you're using (maybe clear cache and clear data in the email app if you haven't done that?), but resizing raster graphics (gif, jpg, png) is a bad idea. Whether you make the picture larger or smaller, you degrade the quality. (A vector graphic image can be resized without degrading it because it's basically a "draw so far in this direction in this color" kind of format, and resizing it just changes the "this far"" equally for the entire file. But there are very few things - and cameras aren't one of them - that use vector graphic formats.) Take the picture at the size you want to use it at. (If you insist on sending smaller versions of larger pictures, at least use a decent graphics editor to reduce the size. An email program uses the fastest algorithm - which is usually the worst - meaning that a 4160 x 3120 picture, reduced to 50k, is going to look like a picture taken by a 0.3MP camera at 480 x 320 and blown up - if you're lucky.)
    03-23-2015 03:54 PM
  3. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Try going to Settings>Apps, tap Menu, and Reset All App Preferences.
    03-23-2015 04:14 PM
  4. ASD Dad's Avatar
    Try going to Settings>Apps, tap Menu, and Reset All App Preferences.
    Tried that too. Didn't work.
    03-23-2015 04:22 PM
  5. Di Davis1's Avatar
    Hi,
    In your email, under general settings you'll find "Resize Image." That's it.
    06-10-2015 06:54 PM

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