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The photo uploader for desktop is really only an uploader. What we need is a two way sync. The uploader does not recognizes when I edited an image e.g. in Photoshop or when I moved a file into a different folder. So my sync is always a initial state from the past!!! I have to delete and reupload. The same when I delete a photo locally. So I really have to delete a photo on my desktop and on photos.google.com to have it really deleted? Photos are in progress... people want to edit them, organize them also on their laptop. I know you want to have a Gmail for photos but it will and needs to work differently for photos than for emails.
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it seems like a bad workflow with Google Drive. I have to upload photos, then download them again, then I can edit. Or is there a misunderstanding? Also getting the right photo after downloading is not easy... it seems like a clunky workaround for an easy workflow (just reflect my local changes also in Google photo)
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So, I made noises some time ago about how I don't want another 2.6.39 where the numbers are big enough that you can't really distinguish them.

We're slowly getting up there again, with 3.20 being imminent, and I'm once more close to running out of fingers and toes.

I was making noises about just moving to 4.0 some time ago. But let's see what people think.

So - continue with v3.20, because bigger numbers are sexy, or just move to v4.0 and reset the numbers to something smaller?
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I like big versions, and I cannot lie
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v4.0, 'cause I get confused easily
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If this is true: Biggest and most important Android change ever. The privacy control is non existing since beginning of Android. Apple is light years ahead in this area.
Remember App Ops? Back in Jelly Bean 4.3, the feature could be accessed by resourceful users to switch on or off permissions for individual apps. By KitKat... by Liam Spradlin in Android OS, Exclusives, Google, News, Rumors
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So where are the privacy settings for apps for preventing this??? +Dianne Hackborn +Android Right Android does not have this! It's just sad and making me think of switching to Apple iOS.
Zothecula writes Security researcher GironSec has pulled Uber's Android app apart and discovered that it's sending a huge amount of personal data back to base – including your call logs, what apps you've got installed, whether your phone is vulnerable to certain malware, whether your phone is ...
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