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Morten K

Photos are mixed up

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When I enter the Photo and Video app on my OLED C7 and select Photos by folder, it shows picture from some of the other folders as well. This basically makes it impossible to view a specific photo album. I also tried to view by Date, and it also mixes in photos from a completely different date/time. The photos in question are all located on a Personal Cloud attached to my network (NAS).

Does anyone have any suggestions as to how I can make my Photo App work better?

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