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How to solve Samsung Galaxy S6 Gallery not showing pictures

Samsung Galaxy S6 image not showing in gallery

Some Samsung Galaxy s6 and Edge users has reported that the gallery is not showing any pictures that was downloaded from Facebook and browsers like UC Browser, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc.,. Sometimes the images you have taken from your camera also not shown in the gallery app. However, the photo is saved in your mobile. So, Don’t worry. I will help you to solve the disappeared image to show in the Gallery of Samsung Galaxy S6 and Edge.

Samsung Galaxy S6 image not showing in gallery

How to Fix Image not showing in Gallery issue on Samsung Galaxy S6 and Edge:

There are many reasons for this issue happens on your phone. It only happens to certain images. Here are some tips to solve the image disappeared issue in your Android smartphone.

  • Go to Settings > App Manager > Gallery. Now do the “Clear Cache” and “Clear Data“. After that, tap the “Force stop“. This will solve the issue. Now open the Gallery App and you will get the hidden pic.
  • If the above method doesn’t solve the problem, try to restart the handset. Every time you reboot the mobile, your mobile’s media scanner will solve it reappear the lost image.
  • Is the reboot method also not worked? Don’t worry. Here is the other method. Now install the QuickPic from the Play Store. This is a light weight replacement for gallery app. Now open and find the picture in the app. This will solve the .nomedia file extension problem.

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  1. Loufenec

    July 15, 2016 at 5:52 pm

    Ok, if none of those solutions upper works for you, I’ve found something else.
    Look if there are .nomedia files in folders that contain pictures. This file could be created by some application installed before.
    Remove it/them and it will solve problem.

    • neha ahuja

      July 17, 2016 at 12:16 am

      Thankk Youuuuu sooooooo much … It really solved my problem ..
      I tried almost everything from uninstalling to reinstalling & what not but nothing helped finally tried your solution & it worked .. I was looking for its solution since past 2-3 & wasn’t in peace due to ineffective ways to make it happen .. at last your guidance helped & got it done … thank youuuuu veryyyyyy much .. 🙂 god bless you 🙂

      • Loufenec

        July 17, 2016 at 2:32 am

        You’re welcome 😉

  2. gwDisqus1712

    October 25, 2016 at 11:51 pm

    What I have found to work for me, and I only tried it once, was to take a pic and edit it (a simple crop will do). Save the edit. This will cause the downloaded pic to show up in the Gallery. I guess the save causes a rescan??

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