Facebook Gestapo on Droid

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by bearlaw1968, Nov 11, 2009.

  1. bearlaw1968

    bearlaw1968 New Member

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    I don't know if this is specific to the Droid, but I took a picture with the Facebook application and the camera wouldn't even let me email it to myself. Is Facebook the new fascist dictator of all content? Why should I be beholden to Facebook to store my data when they are notorious for arbitrarily closing profiles without explanation or due process? If I don't download it from a browser now, I will lose that content forever!
     
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    lol...

    I don't know what else to say other than "wow!" ;)
     
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    I didn't realize the Facebook app had a camera app embedded in it.
    I usually open the camera app from the Home screen, then send the resultant picture to Facebook from there (or save on my SD card.)
     
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    You're better off doing it the way you do it. That's how I do it too...

    When you take it with the facebook app, it seems to come out thumbnail sized. Same thing happens with twitpic.
     
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    great info...love the hackers name tag too...very pimp
     
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    I just took a pic via the standard camera interface, then when I viewed the pic I selected "Share". That brings up various ways you can share the pic, including uploading via the Facebook account you have configured. Select your album, caption, etc and you're done.