14-05-2020 05:57 PM in
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
14-05-2020 06:30 PM in
25-09-2020 01:53 AM in
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.
22-12-2020 09:47 PM in
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??
25-12-2020 03:09 PM - last edited 25-12-2020 03:10 PM
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. ✅
28-12-2020 02:02 AM in
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!!!!