You can use ForgeryCamera https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.aroesoft.camerachangeimagefile
This app tricks the phone making it think it's accessing the camera when really it's opening the gallery. With this simple trick you can simply take all your pictures and submit once you're back under wifi
The best advice I have been given is take a photosphere. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.street unfortunately the app is a bit buggy. Not saying you want to spend anywhere $500 to $1,000 on Google Street View approved Photosphere cameras. The app also allows you to take a photosphere using just your cell phone. Photospheres go a long way in getting approvals. Some rejections I have received are people trying to let you know something isn't right. My resubmission is approved once I figure out what the biggest problem was in the rejection. Not everybody is out to deny all submissions. Hope this helps.
Reviewers incorrectly use the "Generic Store or Restaurant" because it has the word "Generic" in it, not because it is a Store or Restaurant.
See the book "Eats, Shoots & Leaves".
Which ones would that be? However I doubt that, because there are 2 POIs about 200-300m in each direction of the same trail, one of which I also submitted.
https://www.openstreetmap.org/search?query=neckarsteinach#map=18/49.41383/8.83358 this is the location
Check the location in google maps street view and see if it's visible--that it's obviously a park and the tables etc. are really present. If not, consider downloading the street view app, taking a photosphere of the location, and uploading that to google.
Ah, I didn't know about it! It looks very promising, but I'm having a hard time getting it working. Apparently it's not friendly with G Suite accounts (it checks the scriptURL to start with /macros) but now that I have the script published on a regular gmail account it still says "Failed to retrieve data from the scriptURL" even though I can go to the script URL and see an empty array ().
Oh, and I see CORS errors for script.google.com and a net::ERR_FAILED on the macro GET in my browser's console.
This doesn't appear to be a cover page. I think they are claiming that this is somewhere in the middle of the story. The art looks similar to this book, so it's probably either from there or something by the same author.
The weird thing to me about this is that the frame is way too big for the page. If it were official, I'd expect them to have put more effort into getting something that looked a bit cleaner than this (perhaps even just laminating it). That being said, I haven't seen one of these storybook trails in person before; maybe this sort of framing is typical?
What app are you using?
You want this app
And then follow the instructions for PoGo-s2 and wayfarer to get set up.
I tired two both worked but I liked open camera the best. Has lot of features but most importantly it is a camera app first. The other one I tried, don't remember it name, was more of a fliters app that just happened to take photos. Lol https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.sourceforge.opencamera
Thanks, for the instructions, really helpful ! Absolutely love the add ons :-)
For the mobile version, however, I could not get it to work, so I ended up installing a different version, directly from the Google App store, which works without a glitch for me; https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.exarhteam.iitc_mobile
One question though..
In the desktop version, while performing some actions for PoGo actions, I get a pop-up, claiming I should upgrade to another version, from iitc.modos189.ru.
Anybody knows anything about this other/newer(?) version ?
I had similar problems on Galaxy S7, albeit not as frequent. Calibrating compass and accelerometer just before taking the photosphere helped. I used GPS Status and Toolbox app for that, but there are many other options.
Try Forgery Camera.
Verify GPS is enabled. Verify your apps have location data enabled.
At the time of your photo, you must allow time for your phone GPS software to get a good fix on your location.
I use GPS status. When the app is running I can press home button and the app will shrink into a small floating window. I pay attention to the coordinates and the error. I wait for the coordinates to stabilize and the error to get down to 10.6 feet.
You can modify the location Metadata with something like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.xnano.android.photoexifeditor
Its not as good as I hoped, but it's the best I've found.
FYI I did get a notice that I have to install ingress.
>Please sign in with your player account to continue.
You are currently signed in as ***,
but this account is not activated to access Ingress.
Get Ingress on Google Play
Not gonna lie, i am very tempted to use amazon to buy them something with a gift note attached saying "try and make this your new pokestop cuz i said so"