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Still no way yet? Tried the last method but couldn't get it to work.
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I found a workaround until they fix this using the busy but functional VivaVideo as the export to Instagram app after trimming and cropping with instaShot. Both in Play Store. The instaShot edits may not be necessary, but it's a nice app to have IMO. I tried to post links but I'm such a noob that I'm not even allowed. Hope this helps.
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Did anyone ever report this problem to Instagram? Just curious.

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