Identifying pictures taken on 'this' device

by GiladH » Tue, 27 Jan 2009 08:38:21 GMT


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 Hey,

Is there a way to identify which of the MediaStore images has been
taken
on 'this' device, as opposed to pictures exported/downloaded from an
external source ?


I have started my search by creating a Camera.PictureCallback and
registering it
by  camera.takePicture() only to realize that it only gets called upon
images taken from _my own_ application -  and idea goes to basket.

I have also looked within MediaStore.Images.Media for fields that
might carry relevant information, with no luck.

TIA,
GiladH



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Identifying pictures taken on 'this' device

by Dave Sparks » Tue, 27 Jan 2009 12:08:02 GMT


 The camera application in the Cupcake branch does it somehow. You
could try looking at the code in packages/apps/Camera.



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