When editing photos, it always saves as a copy. Is there a way to stop this as it takes up memory on my phone. I dont want to keep the originals just the edited photos, or at least have the choice. Is there a way to change this in settings. I'm new to Samsung after always having an iPhone where it was easier to navigate
This is happening to me as well. My old Samsung S8+ would overwrite the photo but there was an option to save as copy. With my new Samsung S20+ I have no option I have to save it as a copy. I adjust almost every photo I take. This means my photos will be taking up twice the space. Please give us an option to overwrite by default and the option to save as a copy.
I like that feature, I've always relied on it. I want my phone to save each iteration and let me decide to keep them or not keep them. But I received an update to my s20+ yesterday and now when i edit the originals are nowhere to be found, just the new edit. They're not in the trash or recently deleted. Is there a setting somewhere to go back to the way it was??
Same here. I like that it created a copy so I can edit the original. Got the latest update on my S20+ to Android 11 and now it overwrites and I lose the original. 😡
I had just had a panic attack about this same thing, when I had just read that it did that now. I saw in the Upgrade details that now you can always revert back to the original. Figured it out...Open picture, click EDIT, click REVERT at top. ✅
That works!!! Sucks it doesn't just auto save anymore, but at least you can get the original back. Thought I had lost them forever since the upgrade last week. Whew. Thank you!!!!