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Photo location ?

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by Steve H, May 28, 2010.

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    When you look at a photo on the moto droid and tell it to "show on map" for a split second when the screen is switching to Google Maps it shows the lat. & long. it is searching for. Is there any way to show the lat. and long. for more than a split second?
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    yeah from the galley open the picture then you will see a menu button press that then more then details..

    the last item on the details will show location
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    I see that but it gives me the City, State & Zip I need lat. & long.
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    Someone has to have an answer...........don't tell me Droid doesn't
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    If stock apps won't do it you'd need an app that allows you to view the EXIF info.