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Hello everyone, i'm having a problem with the photo editor app.

It doesnt matter how much i try, or what settings i choose, i cant manage to crop a photo correctly, as you can see on the screenshot, i can't manage to ''select'' the borders of the picture, that happens with any picturei choose, i can crop freely the ''center'' but the borders, it just can't reach.

Anyone have a solution for this?

EDIT: The cropping section of the photo editor is all having problems , i have lot of difficulty to crop photos, it doesnt matter the proportion

 
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Hello everyone, i'm having a problem with the photo editor app.

It doesnt matter how much i try, or what settings i choose, i cant manage to crop a photo correctly, as you can see on the screenshot, i can't manage to ''select'' the borders of the picture, that happens with any picturei choose, i can crop freely the ''center'' but the borders, it just can't reach.

Anyone have a solution for this?

EDIT: The cropping section of the photo editor is all having problems , i have lot of difficulty to crop photos, it doesnt matter the proportion

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So i guess the photo editor is showing the picture full screen instead of adjusting it to the screen, and as the code is written to only maximize to a specific part of the screen, its not reaching the ''full screen'' picture.

So i guess i need to replace with another photo editor APK?
 
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So i guess the photo editor is showing the picture full screen instead of adjusting it to the screen, and as the code is written to only maximize to a specific part of the screen, its not reaching the ''full screen'' picture.

So i guess i need to replace with another photo editor APK?
As soon as i press crop (on the bottom) the picture resizes so i can see all of it.
Hope that is what you meant.

Here a picture just before i pressed crop:
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As soon as i press crop (on the bottom) the picture resizes so i can see all of it.
Hope that is what you meant.

Here a picture just before i pressed crop:
I get the same Han, but the thing is when i press crop, instead of adjusting the picture, it does nothing (just a bit, like 5%)

Here is before crop mode:


This is after crop mode (compare to your first screenshot, the blue crop retangle and then this)

 
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I get the same Han, but the thing is when i press crop, instead of adjusting the picture, it does nothing (just a bit, like 5%)
Looks like its not completely working like it should.
I'm using Andoird 4.4.2 international version.
But only thing i can thing of is a factory reset. Else lets hope there's someone with a good idea how to fix this.

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Looks like its not completely working like it should.
I'm using Andoird 4.4.2 international version.
But only thing i can thing of is a factory reset. Else lets hope there's someone with a good idea how to fix this.

Goodluck!
Can't i just replace the Photo editor Apk?
 
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anybody solved this already? i'm also having this problem.
 
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I have the same problem as you
Please try to tap the left button then select the crop option ..dont use crop option from the edit list..
It works with me..

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