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Photos are not shown in photo gallery


I recently upgraded my SDK to vsn 4.0, and now there are no photos in the simulator to work with while developing my apps.
I got this message on the simulator screen when trying to access the Photo gallery;
"You can synch photos and videos onto your iPhone simulator using iTunes"
Of course I don't see any way to go about this in iTunes.
Anyone have any ideas on how to accomplish this?

I drag the picture over to the simulator, then it opens in Safari, and choose save but nothing was happened.

— asked September 24th 2010 by vikas khairnar
  • photogallery

1 Answer

  • The way I always get images in the simulator is to open safari from within the simulator and go to some webpage then hold down on the image and select save.

    If you upload particular images to your own website you can get specific images if you desire, otherwise just browse to any image on the web.

    — answered September 24th 2010 by Mike Robinson
    • Hello Mike,
      Thanks for quick reply,

      I did same but that images are not shown in my app's photogallery when I opened photogallery of my app. it shows No Photo screen on simulator, what should I do to display photos in photogallery.Even it is not shown in kitchen sink's photogallery please suggest.

      — commented September 24th 2010 by vikas khairnar
    • You mentioned dragging the photo into safari, did you try going to a web page and using an image from the web?
      You mentioned that Kitchen Sink isn't displaying the photos, but the real question is are they on the simulator at all?
      Check the photos application from within the simulator, if there is nothing there likely an iPhone SDK/Simulator issue…..if the photos exist there it's a Titanium issue.

      — commented September 24th 2010 by Mike Robinson
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