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  • in reply to: Unable to save metadata problem #6136
    Arnie
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    Thank’s for your reply Jason. I know KitKat is hard on dev’s. I’ve been researching the possibility of rooting. Never done it in the past. My new Asus tablet has the intel baytrail proccesor, so less options to root for now. There is a way to do it that I’ve found, but I have to understand the process completely before I attempt it. Asus has put out alot of updates to ease the pain somewhat. Five updates in the past two weeks, and App2sd now works! I doubt that apps writing to sd will happen though. I may have my old tablet repaired (charging port is shot). For now I’m going to just put albums on internal storage, collections of my favorite pictures. It’s not the same as what I’m used to, but that would work for now. I have alot of room at the moment. I love the power of F-Stop for sorting out the best pictures and putting them at your fingertips. Sorting and tagging pictures will probably get done on the PC again.

    in reply to: Unable to save metadata problem #6134
    Arnie
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    My old tablet stopped charging, so I had to replace it with a KitKat one. Sucks so horribly bad. F-Stop was my most used app, a really great peice of work you got there. I have more than 100,000 images on my sd card. Without meta data F-Stop is pretty useless. Not to mention the fact that my file sync app is never going to work. I used to keep the pictures on my tablet and my server mirror images of each other. What about allowing us to set a server address as the place where F-Stop looks for files? I never thought I would say this, but those windows 8 tablets are starting to look pretty good now. Would meta data work if I root the device? Might as well, this shiney new tablet is already a brick as far as I am concerned.

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